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THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

of 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

Published by Authority of the Acts 

of Congress of March 3, 1891, 

of June 30, 1906, and of 

March 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 

Including 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1942 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 15 

No. 1 




The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, issued monthly, contains 
titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles 
of the entries made in Class "d", Dramatic compositions and Dramatico-musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class "l", Motion-picture photoplays, and Class "m". Motion pictures other than 
photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations used 
in this part are as follows: ''d", Class D, Dramatic compositions; "l", Class L, Motion-picture photo- 
plays; and "M", Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "©" implies copyright registration of a 
published work followed by date of publication; "© 1 c." stands for copyright of an unpublished work, fol- 
lowed by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed under section 23 of 
the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue immediately following the drama list, and a list of mo- 
tion pictures of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed, will be found immediately following the 
motion picture list. 

The annual index contains the titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion pictures. 

The act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any couxt as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copy- 
right registration". 

The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received only for the calendar year) 
for Part 1, Group 3, is $2.00 for 1942, payable in advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, 
D. C, by postal money order, express order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper.. , ,. $3.00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or 

Periodicals, Lectures, and Maps...., 3.00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2.00 

Part 2, Periodicals ,... ,. 2.00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions , 3.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise.... ; 2.00 

Single numbers , 50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10.00 



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NOTICE 

The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articlesdepositedfor copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental li- 
braries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, in- 
sofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be traSsferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright, if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1942 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
returned. No maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record should make formal request for the 
return of the articles, which must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be supplied 
on request. Address Register of Copyrights, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



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CLASS D 
DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 
Note.— If the claimant of copyright is the same as the author, no statement of authorship is given. 



Accoimt closed. See Green Hornet 

Adventure on the Yellow Dog, See Lone Ranger, 

Adventures of Blinky, the star-dust boy. © 1 c. 
Jan. 19, 1942; D 78974; Mary T. McDonald, 
Lincoln, Neb. 1 

Against the storm; episode no. 562, by Sandra 
Michael. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1942; D 78772; Procter 
& Gamble co., Cincinnati. 2 

Ail-American; or. The ringer. © 1 c. Jan. 9j 1942; 
D 78880; Justin Sturm, Westport, Conn. 3 

All his geese are swans, © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1942; D 
78878; Frank Hilliard, Hollywood, Calif . 4 

All on a summer's day; by Howard Agg. © Nov. 

17, 1941; D 78836; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

5 
Ambitious recruit. © 1 c, Jan. 2, 1942; D 78791; 

Clyde A. Hager, New York. 6 

Ambush on the desert. See Lone Ranger. 

Amendment of neutrality law. See Report to the 
nation. 



American school of the air. 
Adamson, New York. 



Hans Christian 
7. 8 



Stronghold of the buccaneers. © Dec. 8, 1941; 
D 78722. 

Where East meets West. © Dec. 8, 1941; D 
78723. 

American school of the air. New horizons. © Hans 
Christian Adamson, New York. 9, 10 



Land of golden empires. 
78721. 



Nov. 18, 1941; D 



Queen of the Caribbean. © Oct, 27, 1941; D 
78720. 

And the dragon fought. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1942; D 
79022; Wallace Acton & Norman Schur, New 
York. 11 

Angelica. See Freedom, 

Ann Barbinel's— lucky penny club^ by Ann Barbinel. 
© Anna K. Handelman, New York. 12, 13 



Program no. 2, Lucky penny, Jane Addams. 
c. Jan. 14, 1942; D 78941. 



© 1 



Program no. 3, Lucky penny, Francis Scott Key, 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1942; D 78942, 



Annabel takes a tour; based upon the motion pic- 
ture, dramatized by Edward R. Sammis. © 
Dec. 17, 1941; D 78742; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc.. New York. 14 

Ant and the grasshopper; by G, Pickett, adapted 
from Aesop's fable of The ant and the grass- 
hopper. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1942; D 76084; Gem 
Pickett, Carrabelle, Fla, 15 

Antisphene. ©Ic.Jan. 12, 1942; D 78921; Michael 
Paul Sherlingh, Los Angeles. 16 

Arms and the girl. See December seventh. 

Asset to music. © 1 c. Dec. 8, 1941; D 78762; 
Luis G, Arnold, Los Angeles. 17 

Aurora borealis. See Magic lantern, 

Az Rozkvete naSe lipa. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 1941; D 
78821; Frank Jelfnek, Chicago, 18 

Baggy bloomers. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 1941; D 78685; 
Ray Harvey, Flushing, N. Y. 19 

Bartons; episode no. 21, by Harlan Ware. © 1 c, 
Jan. 2, 1942; D 78775; Procter & Gamble co,, 
Cincinnati. 20 

Bastien and Bastienna; music by W. A, Mozart, 
English version by Olga Paul, edited by Felix 
Guenther, choral arrangements & stage direc- 
tions by Don Wilson. [German & English text] 
© Dec. 3, 1941; D 76076; Edward B. Marks 
music Corp., New York. 21 

Bat (Die fledermaus) © 1 c. Dec. 30, 1941; D 
78755; Erich Weiler, San Francisco, 22 

Bayou legend; text by Verna Arvey, music by W. 
G. Still. ©IcDec. 13, 1941; D 76069; William 
Grant Still, Los Angeles. 23 

Beautiful bums; book & lyrics by Al Fogel, Joe 
Darion &Mike Stratton, music by George Klein- 
singer. © 1 c. Dec. 22, 1941; D 76073; Al 
Fogel, Brooklyn. 24 

Believe it or not; episode no, 1, Jan. 17, 1942. © 
1 c. Jan. 24, 1942; D 79027; Robert L. Ripley, 
New York. 25 



Better to have loved. © 1 c. Dec. 30; 
78753; Edward Longstretii, New York, 



1941; D 
26 



Black on a blonde; or. Fox gloves, by John Maclin 
[pseud, of W. J. McEvoy] © 1 c. Jan, 20, 1942; 
D 79009; William Joseph McEvoy, New York, 27 

Blind man's bluff. See Stars over Hollywood. 



28 



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pt. I, n. s., V. 15 



Blithe spirit. €> Dec. 12, 1941; D 78884; Noel 
Coward, London. 28 

Buddy's exciting night; by J. C. McMullen. © Mar. 
24, 1941; D 78935; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

29 
Case of champagne. See Dr. Christian. 

Case of the priceless pompano. See Shadow. 

Catholic school plays. © Dec. 1, 1941; D 78915; 

Frances M. Pomeroy, North Hollywood, Calif. 

30 
Challenge of the Yulcon; by Thomas Dougall. © 

Challenge of the Ytikon, inc., Detroit. 31-35 

No. 208, Materia medica. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1942; 
D 78849. 

No. 209, Reunion. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1942; D 78850. 

No. 210, Diamonds. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1942; D 
78851. 

No. 211, Christmas eve. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1942; 
D 78852. 

No. 212, Turnabout. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1942; D 
78853. 

Chemical engineers. See School of the air of the 
Americas. Americans at work. 

Christmas carol; by Charles Dickens, radio ver- 
sion by C. W. Lesch. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1942; D 
78842; Carl William Lesch, Staten Island, N.Y. 

36 

Christmas eve. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Christmas eve in Coyote Canyon. © Dec. 5, 1941; 
D 78917; Carrie W. Egan, Ventura, Calif. 37 

Christmas spirits, 1941. See Her day in court. 

Cinderella of the sage range. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1942; 
D 79*020; Walter Joseph Land, Hollywood, Calif. 

38 
City called heaven. See Musical tours. 

City of shadows. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1942; D 78984; 
Joan Coons, Jamaica, L. I., N. Y. 39 

Civilinn defense week. See Report to the nation. 

Cluett is here. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1942; D 78824; 
Edwin Augustus Peeples, jr., Atlanta. 40 

Companion to a lady; by Mabel Constanduros & 
Harold Agg. © Aug. 14, 1940; D78914; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 41 

Connie's castle See Stars over Hollywood. 

Contemporary French theater; ed. with a survey 
by S. A. Rhodes. © Jan. 2, 1942; A 160365; 
F. S. Crofts & CO., inc.. New York. 42 



Cornish miners' Christmas carols. 
Valley days. 



See Death 



Crime doctor © Max Marcin, New York. 43- 
No, 72. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 1941; D 78681. 



No. 73. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 1941; D 78751. 

No. 74. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1942; D 78823. 

No. 75. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1942; D 78844. 

No. 76. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1942; D 78957. 

No. 77. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1942; D 79001. 

Dangerous shadow; by Marianne Rieser. © 1 c. Jan. 
13, 1942; D 78932; Ferdinand Rieser, New York. 

49 
Daring Donovans. See Stars over Hollywood. 

Day before yesterday. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1942; D 
79002; Joseph Medill Patterson & Harriet Ford, 
New York. 50 

Deadfall brings trouble. See Lone Ranger. 



Dear Lucy. © 1 c. Dec. 17, 1941; D 78686; Cath- 
erine Blankenship, Warren, O. ^51 

Death imported. See Shadow. 

Death pulls the strings. See Shadow. 

Death Valley days; by McCann-Erickson, inc. © 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 52-55 

Dec. 4, 1941. The desert lighthouse. © 1 c. Jan. 
3, 1942; D 78806. 

Dec. 11, 1941, God and the Klickitats. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1942; D 78807. 

Dec. 18, 1941, The great diamond hoax. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1942; D 78808. 

Dec. 25, 1941, Cornish miners' Christmas carols. 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1942; D 78809. 

December seventh; or, Arms and the girl. © 1 c. 
Dec. 26, 1941; D 78735; Charles Bruce Mill- 
hoUand, Indianapolis. 56 

Delicate story; by F. Molnar, English text by G. 
Miller. © Dec. 9, 1941; D 79016; Ferenc 
Molnar & Gilbert Miller, New York. 57 

Desert lighthouse. See Death Valley days. 

Diamonds. See Challenge of the Yukon. 



Dnieperstroy. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 
Kenneth White, New York. 



1942; D 78920; 
58 



Doctor Christian. ® McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
York. 59-63 

Episode no. 158, The super-duper. © 1 c. Dec. 
17, 1941; D 78828. 



Episode no. 159, Old Bill Bean. 
1941; D 78829. 



1 c. Dec. 17, 



Episode no. 160, Good morning. Judge. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1942; D 78803. 

Episode no. 161, From us to you. © 1 c. Jan. -3, 
1942; D 78804. 



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no. 1, 1942 



100 



Episode no. 162, A case of champagne. © 1 c 
Jan. 3, 1942; D 78805 

Double ring ceremony. See Stars over Hollywood. 

Dressing time at—. © 1 c. Jan 9, 1942; D 78847; 
Doris Carew, Los Angeles. 64 

Drams at dusk. See Lone Ranger. 

Drums of doom. See Shadow. 

Edgar Bergen— Charlie McCarthy: © Edgar John 
Bergen, Beverly Hills, Calif. 65-71 

Oct 5, 1941. © Jan, 10, 1942; D 78904, 

Nov. 30, Dec. 7, 1941. © 1 c. each Dec. 19, 1941, 
D 78687, 78688. 

Dec. 14, 21, 28, 1941. 
D 78905-78907. 



1 c. each Jan. 10,1942; 



Jan. 11, 1942. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1942; D 78985. 

Education, inc., human engineers. © Jan. 29,1942; 
D 79017; Walter L. Bissell, Cleveland. 72 

Egira's quest © 1 c. Jan. 2 , 1942; D 78785; Agatha 
Brown Illava, Cambridge, Mass. 73 

Elmer and the lovebug; by Beatrice Humiston 
McNeil. © Jan. 2, 1942; D 78972; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. * 74 

Emperor's new clothes; by Hans Christian Ander- 
son, adapted by J. Opperman. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1942; D 78784; Joseph Opperman, New York. 75 

Face the music; text by Alfred Burke, William 
Marlatt & Margaret Atwater, music by Ray 
Clements, Harold Sailers & Margaret Atwater. 
© Dec. 1, 1941; D 76070; John B. Rogers pro- 
ducing CO., Fostoria, O. 76 

Fanny Tilton. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1942; D 79006; Lucy 
Mason & Jessie Boynton Libby, New York, 77 

Fatima was a lady. See First nighter. 

Fight to the finish; by G. Holmes [pseud, of R. 
Weil] © 1 c. Dec. 2, 1941; D 78635; Robert 
Weil, New York. 78 

First nighter. © Campana sales co. , Batavia, 111, 

79-84 
Dec. 12, 1941, Mama Nature, by Kenneth Higgins. 
© 1 c. Dec. 17, 1941; D 78682. 

Dec. 19, 1941, Front page family, by Ralph W. 
Hunter. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1941; D 78746. 

Dec. 26, 1941, Maracaibo, by Virginia Safford 
Lynn. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1942; D 78782. 

Jan. 2, 1942, Fatima was a lady, by Joseph Can- 
dor. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1942; D 78948. 

JaM, 9, 1942, When you come back, by Shirley 
Stanwood. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1942; D 78997, 

Jan. 16, 1942, Never yell at a lady, by Leon Ware. 
© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1942; D 78995. 



Flowers of virtue. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1942; D 

Marc Connelly, New York. 85 

Font of liberty. © 1 c, Jan. 3, 1942; D 78792; Ray- 
mond A. Houk, Washington. 86 

Food for democracy. See School of the air of the 
Americas. This living world. 

Food scientists. See School of the air of the Amer- 
icas. Americans at work. 

For those who fail. See Lone Ranger, 

Fox gloves. See Black on a blonde. 

Freedom. © 1 c. Nov. 7,1941; D 78953; Thorbjorg 
Arnason, Seattle. 87 

.based on the play Angelica, by Leo Ferrero, 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1942; D 79007; Arnon Ben-Ami, 
New York. 88 

From slavery to service. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1941; D 
78777; Harlan E. Glazier, Washington. 89 

From us to you. See Dr. Christian. 

Front page family. See First nighter. 

Gay corsair; book & lyrics by D. W. Burbidge, 
music by Leon Furgsen[pseudo of L. J, Ferguson] 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1942; D 76078; Leonard James 
Ferguson &DightonWilliam Burbidge, Melbourne, 
Victoria, Australia. 90 

Gefaehrliche (Der) schatten; von Marianne Rieser. 
© 1 c. Dec. 26, 1941; D 78729; Ferdinand 
Rieser, New York. 91 

Gentle rain. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1942; D 78826; Ruth 
Welty & Gene Hill, Washington. 92 

Ghost canyon. See Lone Ranger. 

Girl's best friend. See Stars over Hollywood. 

God and the Klickitats. ^ee Death Valley days. 

Gogl-mogl (Egg nog) 

© 1 c. Jan. 9, 1942; D 78848; Ben Finkle, New 
York. 93 

Golden rind; by Barry Preston Douglas [pseud, of 
F, W. King] © 1 c. Nov. 24, 1941; D 78978; 
Frances W. King, Englewood, Col. 94 

Good girl. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1942; D 78947; Daniel 
Kusell, Larchmont, N. Y. 95 

Good morning, Judge. See Dr. Christian. 

Graft below the surface. See Green Hornet 

Grandma shakes the family tree; by Lou Richard- 
son. © Nov. 29, 1941; D 78934; Meredith pub. 
CO, , Des Moines. 96 

Great diamond hoax. See Death Valley days. 

Green Hornet; by Fran Striker. © Green Hornet, 
inc., Detroit 97-100 

No. 533, Wrong side of the ledger. © 1 c, Jan. 
10, 1942; D 78854. 



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No, 534, Account closed. 
D 78855. 



1 c. Jan. 10, 1942; 



No. 535, Graft below the surface. © 1 c. Jan. 
10, 1942; D 78856. 

No, 536, The rackets lose their leader. © 1 c. 
Jan. 10, 1942; D 78857. 

Guiding light; episode no. 1268, by Irna Phillips. 
© 1 c. Jan. 2,1942; D 78776; Procter & Gamble 
CO., Cincinnati. 101 

Gypsies. © 1 c= Dec. 22, 1941; D 78980; Arthur 
Otto Julin, Santa Monica, Calif. 102 

Hans Br inker; or. The silver skates, from the 
story by Mary Mapes Dodge. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 
1942; D 78964; Maxwell M. Geffen, New York. 

103 

Happy Thanksgiving; or, Saved by a dish of cran- 
berry sauce. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1942; D 78954; 
Billy M. Greene, Jackson Hghts. , L. I. , N. Y. 104 

Have a smock. © 1 c. Dec. 6, 1941; D 78786; 
Carol Roy Davis, Chicago. 105 

Health. See School of the air of the Americas. This 
living world. 

Hell-n-back. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 1941; D 78752; Frank 
Monteverde & Loren Palmer, Los Angeles. 106 

Helpmate; by Leonardo Bercovici. © Cudahy 
pacldng CO. , Chicago. 107-109 

Continuity no. 46. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1942; D 78945. 

Continuity nos. 61,76. © 1 c. each Jan. 24, 1942; 
D 79013, 79014. 

Her day in court; Christmas spirits, 1941, by 
Thomas Robert Mulroy, lyrics by John D. Black. 
©Dec, 12, 1941; D 78994; Chicago bar assn, , 
Chicago. 110 

Here is Grant. © Dec. 30, 1941; D 79032; Louis 
Devon, Philadelphia. Ill 

Here we go again. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1942; D 79023;. 
John Auzerais Lennon, San Francisco. 112 

Heroes of freedom live again. See Victory for 
freedom. 

Hero's award. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1942; D 78825; Mabel 
Clarke & Irving Kaye Davis, New York. 113 

Hey, dad; scripts nos. 2, 3. © 1 c. each Dec. 31, 
1941; D 78818, 78819; Bertram Thomas Uren, 
New York. 114, 115 

High road. © Dec. 22, 1941; D 78794; Anna V. 
Eves, Richmond. 116 

Highland call. © Sept. 27, 1941; D 78780; Paul 
Green, Chapel Hill, N. C. 117 

Home from home; by Muriel Box & Sydney Box. 
© Nov. 17, 1941; D 78840; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 118 

Home on your dial. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1942; D 78943; 
Vincent J. Dempsey, New York. 119 



Hometown. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1941; D 78817; 
Schwartzman, Ft. Jackson, S. C. 



Ludwig 
120 



Honeymoon in Miami. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 1941; D 
78743; Herbert Hart Hutner, Miami Beach, Fla. 

121 

Hooray America; text by Alfred Burke, William 
Marlatt, David Greggory [and others], music by 
Ray Clements, David Greggory & John Willig. 
© Dec. 4, 1941; D 76071; John B. Rogers pro- 
ducing CO., Fostoria, O. 122 

Hope for his heritage. © 1 c. Dec. 8, 1941; D 78731; 
Frederic Meyer, New York. 123 

Horse that hated horns. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 1941; D 
78820; Louise Eppenstein & Lucile Rosenheim, 
Chicago. 124 

House of madness; by Emerson [i.e. E. E.] Elliott. 
© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1942; D 78800; Edward Emerson 
Elliott, Los Angeles.- 125 

House of stone. See Lone Ranger, 

House that Charlie built. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1942; D 
78834; Rodney Cromwell Stewart, Iowa City, la. 

126 

How does your garden grow. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1942; 
D 78797; Mary Warner Howard, Franklinville, 
N. Y. 127 

Hullabaloo; by Philip Johnson. © Nov. 17, 1941; 
D 78837; Samuel French, ltd., London. 128 

Huns in Paris; by M. Marcel Rousso [pseud, of M. 
M, Relman] © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1942; D 78979; 
Maurice Marcel Relman, New York. 129 

I love a mystery; chap. 2, Secret passage to death, 
by Carlton E. Morse. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1942; D 
79011; Natl, broadcasting co., inc. , New York. 

130 

I swear by Apollo. © 1 c, Jan. 26, 1942; D 79021; 
Mary Violet Heberden, New York. 131 

K this be freedom. © 1 c. Dec. 17, 1941; D 78923; 
Amanda M. Ellis, Colorado Springs. 132 

Illegal trial of Jesus. © Jan. 15, 1942; D 78989; 
R. C. Ramey, Clayton, Ga. 133 

In the green wood. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1942; D 78996; 
William Patrick Geary, Pittsfield, Mass. 134 

In time and space. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1942; D 78835; 
Henry Drimer, Brooklyn. 135 

Intrusion to the past; by Lee [i. e. S. L.jKanner. 
© 1 c. Dec. 30, 1941; D 78754; S. Lee Kanner, 
Brooklyn. 136 

Invincible Amelia. See Stars over Hollywood. 

Iron box. See Lone Ranger. 

Irons in the fire. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1941; D 78952; 
Frances Fenton, New York. 137 

It isn't the heat; by North Baker [i.e. H. N. Baker, 
jr.] © 1 c. Jan, 23, 1942; D 79004; HoweU 
North Baker, jr., Los Armeies. 138 

Jason. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1941; D 78749, Samson 
Raphaelson, Los Angeles. 139 



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177 



Jingles and tingles by melody mites; book & lyrics 
by V P Vinson, music by Francesco B De 
Leone, illustrated by Helen Ross. ® 1 c Dec. 
22, 1941; D 76085; Virginia Pearl Vinson, 
Girard, O 140 

Joneses; no. 1 © 1 c Jan 6, 1942; D 78888; 
Edward Longstreth, New York. 141 

Journey to Manhattan; byNorman[i.e O. N ] Steel- 
man. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1942; D 78811; Orion Nor- 
man Steelman, Great Neck, N Y 142 

Julio and Romiet, © 1 c Dec 30, 1941; D 78756; 
Reginald Gaimster, St. George, S. I , N, Y, 143 

Junior opportunity parade; script no, 1. © 1 c. 
Jan, 20, 1942; D 78987; Alfred J= Simon, New 
York 144 

Just folks. See Maw Collins, 

Justice for all; or. New light © 1 c, Jan. 16, 1942; 
D 78977; Arnold Arthur Sonderegger, Long 
Beach, Calif. 145 

King of Cocos Isle See Rio Rico, 

Lady from abroad; by Mabel Constanduros & 
Howard Agg, © Dec. 3, 1940; D 78911; Samuel 
French, ltd, , London. 146 

Land of golden empires. See American school of 
the air. New horizons. 

Land is bright. © Dec. 17, 1941; D 78885; Edna 
Ferber, Stepney, Easton, Conn, & George & 
Kaufman, New York. 147 

Lands of the Spanish Main. See School of the air of 
the Americas, New horizons. 

Last glory. © 1 c. Nov, 19, 1941; D 76080; Isobel 
Stone, New York. 148 

Leave her to heaven. © Dec. 17, 1941; D 78757; 
John Van Druten, New York, 149 

Legend of the first miracle, © Dec, 23, 1941; D 
78760; Eunice M. Reidy, Worcester, Mass, 

150 

Libussa; by Franz Grillparzer, translated by H. H. 
Stevens, © Dec, 19, 1941; D 78779; Henry Ho 
Stevens, Yarmouth Port, Mass, 151 

Life can be beautiful; episode no, 863, by Carl 
Bixby & Don Becker. © 1 c, Jan. 2, 1942; D 
78770; Procter & Gamble co, , Cincinnati, 152 

Literal translation of Egmont; by Goethe, tr, Albert 
White, © Sept 16, 1941; D 78937; Modern 
translation co., Boston. 153 

Little Davy Lee; by C. F, LaTour, music by John 
B, Gartner, [Text only] © 1 c. Dec. 30, 1941; 
D 78991; Conrad F. LaTour, Geneva, N, Y. 154 

Littlest disciple. © 1 c. Jan, 14, 1942; D 78946; 
Archer McMackin, Des Moines, 155 

Lone journey; by Sandra Michael & Peter Michael. 
© Procter & Gamble co,, Cincinnati, 156, 157 



448799 0-42-2 



Continuity no. 388 E T 
D 78705. 



1 c Dec. 3, 1941: 



Continuity no. 413 E, T, © 1 c. Jan 2, 1942; 
D 78773 

Lone Ranger; by Fran Striker. © Lone Ranger, 
inc., Detroit 158-173 

No. 1386-602, The parson of Fairfield, © 1 c. 
Jan. 10, 1942; D 78861. 

No. 1387-603, The iron box © 1 c, Jan. 10, 1942; 
D 78862 

No. 1388-604, For those who fail, © 1 c. Jan. 
10, 1942; D 78863. 

No, 1389-605, The masked man's fists. © 1 c. 
Jan. 10, 1942; D 78864, 

No, 1390-606, Ambush on the desert © 1 c. Jan. 
10, 1942; D 78865, 

No, 1391-607, Remember the Alamo. © 1 c. Jaiu 
10, 1942; D 78866, 

No, 1392-608, The three wise hombres. © 1 c. 
Jan. 10, 1942; D 78867, 

No, 1393-609, The masked man's deduction. © 
1 c. Jan. 10, 1942; D 78868, 

No, 1394-610, A page from Mr, Lincoln. © 1 c, 
Jan. 10, 1942; D 78869, 

No. 1395-611, Drums at dusk. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1942; D 78870. 

No. 1396-612, The masked man and the law. © 
1 c. Jan. 10, 1942; D 78871. 

No. 1397-613, The masked man's friend. © 1 c. 
^n. 10, 1942; D 78872, 

No, 1398-614, House of stone, © 1 c. Jan, 10, 
1942; D 78873. 

No. 1399-615, Adventure on the Yellow Dog, © 
1 c= Jan. 10, 1942; D 78874. 

No, 1400-616, Ghostcanyon. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1942; 
D 78875. 

No. 1401-617, A deadfall brings trouble, © 1 c. 
Jan. 10, 1942; D 78876, 

Lord is risen; text by Dorothy Lehman Sumerau, 
music by Ruth Dale [pseud, of Ira B, Wilson] © 
Jan. 5, 1942; D 76083; Lorenz pub. co. , Dayton, 
O. 174 

Lord's golden youth's stewards'; by Advanzhus 
[pseud, of B. M, Berg] © 1 c, Dec. 17, 1941; D 
78922; Bert M. Berg, Port Angeles, Wash, 175 

Loretta. © 1 c= Dec, 5, 1941; D 78733; Maurice 
Lincoln KuseU, Los Angeles. 176 

Love says no. © 1 c= |an, 7, 1942; D 78830; Hrolf 
Wisby, Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. 177 

Lucky penny, Francis Scott Key, See Ann Barbinel's 
—lucky peimy club. 



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178 



pt. I, n. s., V. 15 



Lucky penny, Jane Addams. See Ann Barbinel's— 
lucky penny club. 

Magic lantern; no. 12, Aurora borealis, by Ann 
BarbineL © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1942; D 78788; Anna 
KL Handelman, New York. 178 

Majoring in love. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1942; D 79018; 
Adelyn Bushnell, New York. 179 

Mama nature. See First nighter, 

Man who ignored the war. © Oct. 5, 1940; D 78910; 
Harold Brighouse, London. 180 

Many moons ago; by R. E. Hinman. © 1 c, Jan. 14, 
1942; D 76082; Ralph Ellsworth Hinman, Lower 
Marlboro, Md. 181 

Maracaibo. See First nighter. 

Marriage of the lanterns; translated from the ori- 
ginal French of Michel Carre & Leon Battu. © 
1 c. Dec. 27, 1941; D 78734; Josephine Fetter 
Royle, New York. 182 

Mary Todd. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1941; D 78822; Grace 
Miller Morris & Lillian Morris, South Milwau- 
kee. 183 

Maryse. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1942; D 78787; Demetrios 
Vilan, New York. 184 

Masked man and the law. See Lone Ranger. 

Masked man's deduction. See Lone Ranger. 

Masked man's fists. See Lone Ranger. 

Masked man's friend. See Lone Ranger. 

Materia medica. See Challenge of tlie Yukon. 

Maw Collins; or. Just folks. © 1 c. Dec. 19, 1941; 

D 78732; Elizabeth McAllister, San Francisco. 

185 
Maxwell House coffee time; by Benton & Bowles, 

inc. © General foods Corp., New York. 186-191 

Dec. 4, 11, 18, 1941. © 1 c. each Dec. 31,1941; 
D 78814-78816. 

Dec. 25, 1941, Jan. 1, 8, 1942, © 1 c each Jan. 
15, 1942; D 78959-78961. 

Men. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1942; D 78881; Lelia Scott 
Buchanan, Richmond. 192 

Men who keep 'em flying. See Report to the nation. 

Merry adventures of Robin Hood; adapted from 
Howard Pyle's stories. © 1 c. Dec. 12, 1941; D 
78706; Virginia Harden Stewart, Norfolk, Va. 

193 

Mettez une bQche. See Put a log on the fire. 

Midnight king. © 1 c. Nov. 19, 1941; D 76079; 
Isobel Stone, New York. 194 

Mikado desperado. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1942; D 79008; 
Sholome Michael Gelber, New York. 195 

Mine eyes have seen Him; by Eleanor Heim. © Jan. 
2, 1942; D78936;Lorenz pub. CO., Dayton, O. 196 



Miss Pitkinson doesn t like it; by H. W. Stames 
[pseud, of Z. H, Wachsman] & Gustave Holmes 
[pseud, of Robert Weil] © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1942; D 
78877; Zwi H. Wachsman, New York. 197 

Mr. Silver; by Howard Agg. © Nov. 17, 1941; D 
78838; Samuel French, ltd., London. 198 

Modern mellers. © 1 c. Dec. 1, 1941; D 79025; 
Kenneth Britton & Victor Rankin, Laguna Beach, 
Calif. 199 

Moon is down. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1942; D 78950; John 
Steinbeck, New York. 200 

More than meets the eye. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 1941; D 
78684; Nan Bagby Stephens & Guy WooUord, 
Atlanta. 201 

Mouse family's Christmas eve. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1941; 
D 78745; Marion Belden Cook, Brooklyn. 202 

MuUers; episode 1. © 1 c. Dec. 17, 1941; D 78967; 
Gerard Pick, Forest Hills, L. L, N. Y. 203 

Musical portrait. See Musical tours. 

Musical tours. © Grace Outlaw, New York. 204-207 

No. 1, A city called heaven. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 
1941; D 78736, 

No. 2, The wake. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1941; D 78737. 

No. 3, A southern rhapsody. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 
1941; D 78738. 

No, 4, A musical portrait. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1941; 
D 78739. 

My brother's keeper. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1941; D 
78747; Doris Thomas Vancel, Chicago, 208 

My country. © 1 c. Jan, 14, 1942; D 78949; Harold 
F. Schory, Macomb, Ul, 209 

National anthem. © 1 c, Jan. 6, 1942; D 78832; 
Maurice Blashe, New York. 210 

Ned Jordan — secret agent; by Fran Striker. © Ned 
Jordan — secret agent, inc., Detroit 211-213 

No. 160, Trouble for troubleshooters. © 1 c. 
Jan. 10, 1942; D 78858. 

No. 161, The spy in the net. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1942; 
D 78859, 



No. 162, Spies at a siding. 
D 78860. 



1 c. Jan. 10, 1942; 



Neither shall they learn war anymore. © 1 c. Dec. 
17, 1941; D 78887; Mabel B. Platz, San Diego, 

214 

Never yell at a lady. See First nighter. 

New light. See Justice for all. 

No matter what. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1942; D 78982; 
Lillian Heermans, Rochester, N, Y. 215 

Noel. © 1 c, Jan. 2, 1942; D 78802; Eva Skerry 
Olsen, Eau Claire, Wis. 216 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 1, 1942 



None but the brave. © 1 c. Dec. 24, 1941; D 
78710; Myrtle Summers Rayfield, Ensley, Ala. 

217 

None so blind. © 1 c. Jan, 26, 1942; D 79024; 
Beverley Munford Bowie, Alexandria, Va. 218 

North light nights; by Sheridan McRae © 1 c. 
Dec 27, 1941; D 79010; James H. Bell, Tre- 
vilians, Va. 219 

Off with the motley; by Philip Johnson. © Aug. 14, 
1940; D 78913; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

220 
Old Bill Bean See Dr. Christian. 

On parole. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1942; D 78975; John 
Oliver Stamp, Watertown, N. Y. 221 

One more chance; by J. Lee Shanaphy. © 1 c. Dec. 
22, 1941; D 78703; John Leo Anthony Shanaphy, 
Jersey City. 222 

One single house. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1942; D 78998; 
Sara H. GreenhiU, New York. 223 

One who came to Gettysburg; by Robert Knipe. © 
Jan. 2, 1942; D 78813; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 224 

O'Neills; episode no. 1602, by Jane West © 1 c. 
^n. 2, 1942; D 78768; Procter & Gamble co. , 
Cincinnati. 225 

Opportunity knocks. © 1 c. Jan. 13,1942; D 78928; 
Sherling Oliver, New York. 226 

Orpheus. © 1 c. Dec. 22, 1941; D 78707; Paul W, 
Clark, Holyoke, Mass. 227 

Oxydol'sown Ma Perkins; continuity no. 2200 E. T., 
by Orin Tovrov. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1942; D 78767; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 228 

Page from Mr. Lincoln. See Lone Ranger. 

Parson of Fairfield. See Lone Ranger. 

Pawn (The); by J. Noel & Hazel M. Aldrich. © 1 c. 
Jan 10, 1942; D 78892; Joseph Noel, New York. 

229 

Pearl Harbor; by Shir land Quin [pseud of E 
Rogers] © 1 c. Jan. 12,1942; D 78893; Enid 
Rogers, Rye, N. Y= 230 

Pepsodent company broadcast. © Lord & Thomas, 
inc. , Los Angeles. 231-234 

Dec. 16, 1941. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1942; D 78793. 

Dec. 30, 1941. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1942; D 78903. 

Jan. 6, 13, 1942. © 1 c. each Jan. 26, 1942; D 
79028, 79029. 

Personal shopper. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1942; D 78924; 
Robert Rosten, New York. 235 

Physician, cure thyself; by Carter [i. e. A. C] 
Goodloe. © 1 c. Dec. 20,1941; D 78702; Abbie 
Carter Goodloe, New York 236 

Pigeons and people. © Dec. 17, 1941; D 78758; 
George M. Cohan, New York. 237 



Plantation memories. © 1 c, Jan. 23, 1942; D 
79000; William A. Grew, Jersey City. 238 

Plot (The) © Dec. 20, 1941; D 78909; Bernard 
Duffy, Monaghan, Eire. 239 

PoeL © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1942; D 78931; Elizabeth 
Sharp, Tujunga, Calif. 240 

'Postrophe 'n' company; Nov. 4, 1941, © 1 c. Jan. 
2, 1942; D 78798; Jane Anne Slaughter, Okla- 
homa City. 241 

Priorities unemployment. See Report to the nation. 

Problem child. © 1 c. Jan, 7, 1942; D 78833; Frank 
Garde, New York 242 

Professor and the bomb. © 1 c. Dec. 11, 1941; D 
78247; Seymour Morton Korman, Chicago. 243 

Proud is the heart; by Lyda Nagel. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 
1942; D 78944; Lyda-Blithe Richman Nagel, 
Glendale, Calif. 244 



Put a log on the fire; translated from the French, 
Mettez une bQche. © Dec. 6, 1941; D 78741; 
Carlos De Florez, New York. 245 

Queen of the Caribbean. See American school of 
the air. New horizons. 

Rackets lose their leader. See Green Hornet 

Real performance. © 1 c= Jan. 19, 1942; D 78976; 
Roberta Disbrow Hadley, New York. 246 

Red gold. © 1 c. Nov. 19, 1941; D 76081; Isobel 
Stone, Kingston, N Y. 247 

Remember the Alamo. See Lone Ranger. 

Remote control. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1942; D 78969; 
Ida Kr angel. New York, 248 

Report to the nation. © Columbia broadcasting 
system, inc. , New York. 249-252 

Amendment of neutrality law. © Nov. 26, 1941; 
D 78726. 



Civilian defense week. 
78725. 



Nov. 21, 1941; D 



The men who keep 'em flying. ® Dec. 1, 1941; 
D 78727. 

Priorities unemployment © Nov. 19, 1941; D 
78724. 

Requested murder; byEmry[i.e. J. E.] Beaton. © 
1 c. Jan. 20, 1942, D 78986; Joseph Emry Heaton, 
Astoria, L. L, N. Y. 253 

Reunion. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Right to happiness; episode no. 493, by Irna PhUlips. 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1942; D 78771; Procter &Gamble 
CO., Cincinnati. 254 



Ringer (The) See All- American. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



255 



pt. I, n. s., V. 15 



Rio Rico; or, The King of Cocos Isle, book by 
Edward Bradley, lyrics by Edward Bradley & 
Don Wilson, music by Don v\^lson. © Dec. 18, 
1941; D 76072; C. C. Birchard & co., Boston. 

255 

Road bvdlders. See School of the air of the Amer- 
icas. Americans at work. 

Road of life; episode no. 1115^ by Irna Phillips. © 
1 c. Jan, 2, 1942; D 78769; Procter & Gamble 
CO., Cincinnati. 256 

Road to Brooklyn. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1942; D 78879; 
Milton Subotsky, New York. 257 

Road to freedom; by Frances H. Kohan & Truda 
T. Weil, illustrated by Judith Kohan. © Dec. 15, 
1941; D 78886; Harper &bros., New York. 258 

Rock- a-bye -baby. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1942; D 78927; 
Michael Davidson & Norman Lessing, New York. 

259 

Roll out the barrel; by William Tracey. © 1 c. 
Jan. 16, 1942; D 78973; Shapiro, Bernstein & 
CO., inc., New York. 260 

Rosier (Le); livret de Maurice Devilliers, musique 
de Henri Casadesus. Partition complete pour 
chant et piano. © Apr. 4, 1914; D 76077; 
Associated music publishers, inc., New York. 

261 

Rubies in pawn; by Rea Bekka [pseud, of R. Stein- 
hardt] © 1 c. Dec. 16, 1941; D 78764; Rebecca 
Steinhardt, New York. 262 

Sailors. See School of the air of the Americas. 
Americans at work. 

Sails at dawn. © Jan. 15, 1942; D 78993; Mary 
Sullivan Kelley, Reidsville, N. C. 263 

Saved by a dish of cranberry sauce. See Happy 
Thanksgiving. 

School of the air of the Americas. Americans at 
work. © Columbia broadcasting system, inc., 
New York. 264-267 

Chemical engineers, by A. Murray Dyer. © 
Nov. 25, 1941; D 78718. 

Food scientists, by A. Murray Dyer. © Dec. 8, 
1941; D 78719. 

Road builders, by A. Murray Dyer. © Nov. 16, 
1941; D 78717. 

Sailors. © Oct. 21, 1941; D 78712. 

School of the air of the Americas. New horizons; 

Lands of the Spanish Main. © Nov. 18, 1941; 

D 78714; Hans Christian Adamson, New York. 

268 
School of the air of the Americas. This living 

world. © Columbia broadcasting system, inc., 

New York. 269-271 

Food for democracy, by Stuart Ayers. © Dec. 
8, 1941; D 78715. 

Health, by Armando List Arzubide & Stuart 
Ayers. © Dec. 8, 1941; D 78716. 



Training for jobs, by Armando List Arzubide &. 
Stuart Ayers. © Nov. 16, 1941; D 78713. 

Seasoned Umber. © 1 c. Dec. 24, 1941; D 78728; 
Mary C. Holton, Evergreen, Col. 272 

Secret passage to death. See I love a mystery. 

Seven at sixes. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1942; D 78882; 
William Walden, Brooklyn. 273 

Seven sweets and seven sours; by C. Breuer &E. 
O. Koelble, lyrics by Everett Hackes, [Text 
only] © 1 c. Dec. 19, 1941; D 78763; Edna 
O'Connor Doelble &Curt Breuer, New York, 274 

Shadow; by Sidney Slon & Peter Barry. © Street 
& Smith publications, inc.. New York. 275-279 

Dec. 21, 1941, Death imported. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 
1941; D 78730. 

Dec. 28, 1941, The case of the priceless pompano. 
© 1 c. Dec. 30, 1941; D 78790. 

Jan. 4, 1942, Death pulls the strings. © 1 c. Jan. 
6, 1942; D 78827. 

Jan. 11, 1942, The drums of doom. © 1 c, Jan. 
13, 1942; D 78958. 

Jan. 18, 1942, The thing in the swamp. © 1 c. 
Jan. 20, 1942; D 



Shareholder Molly. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1942; D 78981; 
Marcel Friedman, New York. 280 

She's my wife. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1942; D 78965; John 
Klaity, Hamilton, Ont., Canada. 281 

Shushan publicity. © Jan. 2, 1942; D 78812; Celia 
Plotkin, Brooklyn. 282 

Shylock's daughter. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1942; D 79030, 
Helen Carpenter & Edward Childs Carpenter, 
New Hartford, Conn. 283 

Sickmakings (The); episodes nos. 1-3. © 1 c. each 
Dec. 31, 1941; D 78938-78940; E. S. Campbell 
&Don Stevens, Westport, Conn. 284 

Silver skates. See Hans Brinker. 

Sincere hypocrites. © Jan. 1, 1942; D 78796; 
Margaret Harton, Sapulpa, Okl. 287 

Slanderous Mrs. Ames. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1942; D 
78929; David Millman, New York. 288 

Smart business. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1941; D 78765; 
Reo Elmer Bockes, Lansing, Mich. 289 

Smoky Mountain road. © Ic.Jan. 8, 1942; D 78846; 
Frederick Henry Koch, jr., Coral Gables, Fla. 

290 

So shadow softly; by Richard Weber. © 1 c. Jan. 
2, 1942; D 78789; Richard L. Weber, jr., Mil- 
waukee. 291 

Southern rhapsody. See Musical tours. 

Spies at a siding. See Ned Jordan — secret agent. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 1, 1942 



329 



Spy in the net. See Ned Jordan— secret agent. 

Stage door. © Dec. 3, 1941; D 74219; Edna Ferber, 
Stepney Depot, Easton, Conn. & George S. Kauf- 
man, New York. 292 

Stars on your doorstep. See We'll make a go of it. 

Stars over Hollywood. © Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 

293-298 
Dec. 13, 1941, The invincible Amelia, by John 
Marshall & John Watson Moore. © 1 c. Dec. 
17, 1941; D 78704. 

Dec. 20, 1941, Double ring ceremony, by Warren 
Lewis. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1941; D 78744. 

Dec. 27, 1941, The daring Donovans, by Calvin 
Grinnell. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1942; D 78810. 

Jan. 3, 1942, Connie's castle, by Maurice Zimm. 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1942; D 78843. 

Jan. 10, 1942, Blind man's bluff, by Warren 
Lewis. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1942; D 78992. 

Jan. 17, 1942, A girl's best friend, by Virginia 
Rooks. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1942; D 78999. 

Storm signals. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 1941; D 78740; 
Mannix Walker & Frederick Doveton Nichols, 
Washington. 299 

Stream below the ice. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1942; D 
79015; Norman Rosten, Brooklyn. 300 

Stronghold of the buccaneers. See American school 
of the air, 

Super-duper. See Dr. Christian. 

Swift kick; by James F. Stone & Nathaniel Edward 
Reeid. © Dec. 30, 1941; AA 388953; Long- 
mans, Green & co., inc., New York, 301 

Symphony for the Reich; by Robin Tucker [pseud, 
of G. R. A. Tucker] © 1 c. July 28, 1941; D 
78966; G. Robert A. Tucker, Toronto, Ont., 
Canada. 302 

Talent wanted; by Marian Corde [pseud, of M. 
Alexander] © 1 c. Dec. 30, 1941; D 78778; 
Marian Alexander, Los Angeles. 303 

Tall, dark and hungry. © Ic. Jan. 16, 1942; D 78963; 
David Reuben Schwartz, Jersey City. 304 

Tea for nine. © Jan. 1, 1942; D 78795; Robert L. 
Scribner, University, Ala. 305 

Tempest rages. © 1 c. Jan. 11., 1942; D 79005; 
Albert A. Dickason, Montpelier, Ind. 306 

Texaco star theatre; by Fred Allen, © Batchelor 
enterprises, inc.. New York. 307-313 

Dec. 10, 1941. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 1941; D 78683. 

Dec. 17, 1941. © 1 c. Dec. 24, 1941; D 78711. 

Dec. 24, 1941. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1942; D 78783. 

Dec. 31, 1941. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1942; D 78841. 



Jan. 7, 1942. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1942; D 78926. 

Jan. 14, 1942. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1942; D 78983. 

Jan. 21, 1942. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1942; D 79012, 

Thing in the swamp. See Shadow. 

Thirteenth candle ceremonial. © Dec, 23, 1941; D 
78759; Alice Ella Sherman, Plattsburgh, N. Y. 

314 



This is paradise. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1942; D 

Bushrod Henry Hancock, Los Angeles. 315 

This Thine house; by Marion Wefer. © Dec. 15, 
1941; D 78761; Friendship press, inc., New 
York. 316 

Three little Mttens; based on the famous poem. © 
1 c. Dec. 9, 1941; D 78962; Evelyn Janelle 
Simril, San Antonio. 317 

Three palms. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1942; D 78902; Wil- 
liam Howard Harris & Samuel John Park, New 
York. 318 

Three wise hombres. See Lone Ranger, 

Thumbs up; book by Dorothy Kohnhorst, lyrics & 
music by E. C. Redding. © 1 c. Dec. 22, 1941; 
D 76075; Edward C. Redding, Louisville. 319 

Tick tock story time; Oct. 18, 1941, by Anne Page 
[pseud, of J. A. Slaughter] © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1942; 
D 78799; Jane Anne Slaughter, Oklahoma City. 

320 

Time will teU. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1942; D 78930; 
Abraham Blum, Brooklyn. 321 

Time's a wastin'; text & music by Tom [i.e. T. M.] 
Johnson. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 1941; D 76074; Thomas 
Minard Johnson, Georgetown, Tex. 32*? 

Timid soul; Dec. 7, 14, 21, 1941. © 1 c. each Dec. 
24, 1941; D 78889-78891; Douglas F. Storer, 
New York. 323-325 

To help your show; by Elizabeth King & Francis 
King. © Nov. 17, 1941; D 78839; Samuel French, 
ltd., London. 326 

Toupe or not toupe. See Who stole Homer's wig. 

Trailing arbutus, © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1942, D 78919; 
Louise Taylor Gerdine, Los Angeles. 327 

Training for jobs. See School of the air of the 
Americas. This living world. 

Triumphant failure; by Berta Metzger [pseud, of 
B. F. Metzger] © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1942; D 79019; 
Bertha Florence Metzger, Carmel, Calif. 328 

Trouble for troubleshooters. See Ned Jordan — 
secret agent. 

True account of a love encoimter behind the notion 
counter. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1942; D 78955; Billy 
M. Greene, Jackson Heights, L. I., N. Y. 329 

Turnabout, See Challenge of the Yukon. 



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Twelfth night revels. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1942; D 78801; 
Frances Clarridge Dexter, East Mattapoisett, 
Mass. 330 

Twice born. © 1 c. Dec. 19, 1941; D 78690; Isidore 
Zeiger, New York. 331 

TwOo © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1942; D 78918; Stanley Joseph 
Kezykeva, Dickson, Pa, 332 



Ugly Duckling. © Jan. 10, 1942; 
Milne, London. 

Ultimate incentive. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 
Philip Cohen, Washington. 



1942; 



12; A. A. 
333 

D 78831; 
334 



Vic & Sade; Dec. 18, 1941, by Paul Rhymer. © 1 
c. Jan. 2, 1942; D 78766; Procter & Gamble co., 
Cincinnati. ?35 

Victory for freedom; or. The heroes of freedom 
live again. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1942; D 79026; Justus 
J. Schifferes, Minneapolis. 336 

Victory without peace. © 1 c, Dec. 9, 1941; D 
78781; Heddy Elizabeth Rossi, Geneva, N. Y. 

337 
Wake (The) See Musical tours. 

Walking gentleman. © 1 c. Dec, 23, 1941; D 78708; 
Grace Oursler & Fulton Oursler, West Falmouth, 
Mass. 338 

Waxworks. [Bulgarian text] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1942; 
D 79031; Ferenc Molnar, New York, 339 



Way of the cross; 
1941, D 78916: 



by Barbara Stuart. ©Feb. 11, 
Judefind bros., Baltimore. 340 



Week from Wednesday. © 1 c, Dec. 24, 1941; D 
78748, Stanley Jules Kauffman, New York, 341 

We'll make a go of it; or. Stars on your doorstep, 
by Mary Ziegler [pseud, of G. Z. Brown] © 1 c. 
Jan. 23, 1942; D 79003; Grace Z. Brown, New 
York. 342 

We're all Americans; script no. 1. © 1 c. Dec. 19, 
1941, D 78689; Jack Darrell Starr, Kansas City, 
Mo. 343 

When presses roar; Oct. 31, Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28, 
Dec. 5, 12, 20, 1941. © 1 c. each Jan. 10, 1942; 
D 78894-78901; Hearst publications, inc., Los 
Angeles. 344-351 

When you come back. See First nighter. 



Where East meets West, 
the air. 



See American school of 



While Penelope spins. © 1 c. Dec, 29, 1941; D 
78750; William Louis Weber, Los Angeles. 352 

Whistler's mother; by P. M. Hopkins & Michael 
Dennis. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1942; D 78925; Pauline 
Mackie Hopkins, New York. 353 

White cliffs of Dover; by Nat Burton & Walter Kent. 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1942; D 78883; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& CO., inc., New York. 354 

Who murdered Mother English, © Dec. 1, 1941; D 
78933; Walter L. Bissell, Cleveland. 355 

Who stole Homer's wig; or, Toupe or not toupe. © 
1 c. Jan. 8, 1942; D 78956; Billy M, Greene, 
Jackson Heights, L. I., N. Y. 356 

Widow of Heardingas; by Edward Percy [pseud, of 
E, P. Smith] © Oct. 23, 1941, D 78970; Edward 
Percy Smith, Rysings, Stone-=in-Oxney, near 
Tenterden, Kent, England. 357 

Wintry bough; by Edward Percy [pseud, of E. P. 
Smith], musical settings by Geoffrey Wright. © 
Oct. 20, 1941; D 78971; Edward Percy Smith, 
Rysings, Stone- in- Oxney, near Tenterden, Kent, 
England. 358 

Woman in white; continuity no. 1019, by Irna Phillips. 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1942; D 78774; Procter & Gamble 
CO,, Cincinnati. 359 



Woman's business. © 1 c. Jan. 9, 
Vee Perlman, New York. 



1942; 



D 78845; 
360 



Works of J. M. Barrie^ vols, 17, 18, by J. M.Barrie. 
Peter Pan ed. © Dec. 8, 1941; A 160605, 160606; 
Charles Scribner's sons. New York. 361, 362 

Wrong side of the ledger. See Green Hornet. 

Yankee doodler. See Stars over Holl3rwood. 

You must help yourself. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1942; D 
78951; Betty Richardson, Newark, N. J, 363 

Your friend the devil. © 1 c. Jan, 19, 1942; D 78968; 
Edward Eisner, Hollywood, Calif. 364 



Your little mind. © 1 c, Dec. 22, 1941; D 78709; 
Marshall William Berger, Milwaukee, 

365 



Number of entries of dramas included m Part I, group 3, of the catalog smce Jan. 1, 1942: 

Dramatic compositions (includii^ 278 unpublished) 344 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 4 unpublished) 4 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 12 unpublished) - - - - 17 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including unpublished) 

Total - - 365 



10 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 



Amore (L') del tre re; by Sem Benelli, English 
version by R. H, Elkin, music by Italo Monte- 
mezzi. [English text] © Rosette Helen Elkin, 
London. R 102091, Nov. 27, 1941. 1 

Art of being bored; by Edouard Pailleron, trans- 
lated by B. H. Clark. © Barrett Harper Clark, 
Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. R 103327, Jan. 9, 1942. 

2 

Babes in the wood. © Catherine Chisolm Cushing, 
New York. R 102373, Dec. 8, 1941. 3 

Between sunset and dawn. ® Hermon Ould, London. 
R 102020, Nov. 24, 1941. 4 

Broken butterfly; by Mabel S. Keightley [i. e. M.S. 
K. Bennett] © Mabel S. Keightley Bennett, 
Brooklyn. R 102108, Nov. 28, 1941. 5 

Chitra; by Rabindranath Tagore. © Rabindranath 
Tagore, Bengal, India. R 102 734, Dec. 17, 1941. 

6 

Coffin plates. © Mark White Reed, Boothbay Har- 
bor, Me. R 103117, Jan. 2, 1942. 7 

Debutante; by Harry B. Smith. © Robert B. Smith, 
New York. R 103052, Dec. 30, 1941. 8 

Driven; by Temple Thurston. © Emil F. Temple 
Thurston, London. R 102022, Nov. 24, 1941. 9 

Ephraim and the winged bear; by Kenneth Sawyer 
Goodman. © Marjorie R. Hopkins, Marjorie S. 
G, Dewey &Kay S. G. King, doing business as 
the Stage guild, Chicago. R 103493, Jan, 9, 1942. 

10 

Experience; by George V. Hobart. © Donald Bayne 
Hobart & Vere Hobart, New York. R 102066, 
102067, Nov. 27, 1941. 11, 12 

Five plays; by Lord Dunsany [i. e. E. J. M. D. P. 
Dunsany] © Edward John MoretonDraxPlunkett 
Dunsany, Dunsany Castle, County Meath, Ireland. 
R 102366, Dec. 9, 1941. 13 

Forked lightni-'g; by Keble Howard [pseud, of John 
Keble Bell] © Pearl Keble Bell, London, R 
102364, Dec. 9, 1941. 14 

Four plays of the free theatre, translated with an 
introduction. © B. H, Clark, Briarcliff e Manor, 
N. Y. R 103637, Jan. 14, 1942. 15 

Garden of paradise, based on a story by Hans 
Anderson. © Edward Sheldon, New York. R 
102110, Nov, 28, 1941. 16 

Gate of dreams; by Dion Clayton Calthrop. © Mary 
Violet Calthrop, London. R 102021, Nov. 24, 
1941. 17 

Girl to order, © Bessie Wreford Springer, Detroit. 
R 101372, Oct, 29, 1941. 18 



Grumpy, by T. Wigney Percyval & H. Hodges. © 
Horace Hodges, London. R 102018, Nov. 24, 
1941, 19 

Highway of life. © Louis N. Parker, Seaton, Devon, 
England. R 103162, Dec. 29, 1941. 20 

Kindling, © Charles Kenyon, Hollywood, Calif. R 
102225, Dec. 2, 1941. 21 

Lie (The); by Henry Arthur Jones, © Dorinda 
Thome, Knightsbridge, Chelsea, England. R 
103163, Dec. 29, 1941. 22 

Lilac domino, book and lyrics by Harry B. Smith 
and R. B, Smith, from the German of Emerich 
von Gatti and Bela Jenbach, music by Charles 
Cuvillier, © Robert B, Smith, New York, R 
103035, Dec, 30, 1941. 23 

Match- maker, © Everett Henry Rupert, Lmcoln, 
Neb, R 103324, Jan, 9, 1942, 24 

Miracle man; dramatization of Frank L. Packard's 
story, by G, M, Cohan, © George M, Cohan, 
New York, R 102267, Dec, 4, 1941, 25 

Misleading lady; by Paul Dickey & C, W. Goddard. 
© Charles W, Goddard, Rockville Center, L, I., 
N, Y, R 103161, Dec, 29, 1941, 26 

Miss Molly, © Elizabeth Gale, Hackensack, N. J. 
R 101373, Oct, 29, 1941. 27 

Modern match. © Charles William Tackenberg, 
Cincinnati. R 102674, Dec. 15, 1941, 28 

Monologues and duologues; by May Isabel Fisk [i. e. 
M. I. C. Johnstone] © May Isabel Campbell 
Johnstone, London. R 102017, Nov. 24, 1941, 29 

My lady's dress, © Edward Knoblauch, New York. 
R 103326, Jan. 9, 1942. 30 

My shadow and I, by Adolf Philipp. © Augusta 
Philippi New York, R 102314, Dec, 5, 1941. 31 

Pair of sixes; by Edward H, Peple. © G. A, Peple, 
Richmond. R 102371, Dec. 10, 1941, 32 

Papa's darling; by Harry B, Smith. © Sidney Smith, 
Canaan, N. Y. R 101869, Nov. 22, 1941. 33 

Peach bloom, by Northrop Morse [pseud, of W. N. 
Morse & Margaret Hincks Morse] © William 
Northrop Morse, Newton Highlands, Mass, R 
102232, Dec, 1, 1941. 34 

Phantom rival; by Leo Ditrichstem, © Benjamin 
F, Roeder, trustee of the estate of David Belasco, 
New York, R 103012, Dec. 22, 1941. 35 

© Reina Belasco Gest, New York. R 103013 , 

Dec. 22, 1941. 36 



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pt. I, n. s.. V. 15 



Place in the sun; by Cyril Harcourt. © Jocelyn 
Perkins, London. R 102019, Nov. 24, 1941. 37 

Poor old Jim. © William C. de Mille, Venice, Calif. 
R 102023, Nov, 24, 1941, 38 

Poor Richard; by Louis Evan Shipman. © Lucile 
Watson Shipman, New York. R 102375, Dec, 8, 
1941. 39 

Possession, © George Middleton, New York, R 
102024, Nov. 24, 1941, 40 

Prince Chap; by Edward H. Peple, © G. A. Peple, 
Richmond. R 102372, Dec. 10, 1941. 41 

Pursuit of Pamela; by Chester Bailey Fernald. © 
Mrs. Chester Bailey Fernald, London. R 101371, 
Oct. 29, 1941. 42 

Quod wrangle; by Oliphant Down, © Alice Down, 
Boscombe, England. R 102367, Dec. 9, 1941. 43 

Red lamp. © Billiard Booth, Brevard, N. C. R 
103325, Jan, 9, 1942. 44 

Robina in search of a husband; by Jerome K. Jerome. 
© Ettie Jerome, London. R 101369, Oct. 29, 1941. 

45 



Satan, © Elmer Harris, Encino, Calif, R 102376, 
Dec. 8, 1941. 46 



Two virtues; by Alfred Sutro, Prompt bk. © Leo- 
pold Sutro, London. R 101370, Oct, 29, 1941. 47 

Unconscious burglary; by John N, Francis. © Flo= 
rence S, Francis, Troy, N. Y. R 101374, Oct. 
29, 1941. 48 

Under cover; by Roi Cooper Megrue, © Rodney 
Hitt, New York. R 102374, Dec, 8, 1941, 49 

Under dog. © Mark White Reed, Boothbay Harbor, 
Me, R 103118, Jan. 2, 1942. 50 

Upstroke, © F. J, Newboult, Bradford, England, R 
102365, Dec, 9, 1941. 51 

Warning; by Mabel S, Keightley [i, e. M. S. K. Ben- 
nett] © Mabel S. Keightley Bennett, Brooklyn. 
R 102107, Nov. 28, 1941. 52 

Watch your step; by Harry B, Smith. © Sydney 
Reed Smith, Canaan, N, Y. R 101857, Nov, 22, 
1941. 53 

What every woman. wants; by Edward E. Rose. © 
Maud M. Rose, Fremont, Wis. R 102378, Dec. 8, 
1941. 54 

What might have been. © Owen Davis, New York. 
R 101368, Oct. 29, 1941. 55 

While the city sleeps; by Edward E. Rose. © Maud 
M, Rose, Fremont, Wis. R 102377, Dec. 8, 1941. 56 



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CLASSES L AND M 
MOTION PICTURES 



Ain't misbehavin'. © Dec. 15, 1941; M 11937; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 366 

Alabamy bound. © Dec. 22, 1941; M 11954; Soun- 
dies distributing corp, of America, inc., Chicago. 

367 

All through the night; from a story by Leonard Q. 

Ross & Leonard Spigelgass. © Jan. 10, 1942, 

L 10951, Warner bros. pictures, inc., New York. 

368 
Almost a confession. See Spider returns. 

Aloma of the South Seas. © Aug. 29, 1941; L 10960; 
Paramount pictures inc.. New York. 369 

Aluminum. © Sept. 11, 1941; M 11989; Eastman 
kodak CO,, Rochester, N. Y. 370 

Always on the bench. ©Oct, 26, 1941; M 11969, 
Techniprocess, Hollywood, Calif. 371 

Among the living. © Aug. 28, 1941; L 10913; 
Paramount pictures inc.. New York. 372 

Another to conquer. © Oct. 5, 1941; L 10950, 
National tuberculosis assn., New York. 373 

At a little country tavern. © Dec. 1, 1941; M 12003; 
Featurettes, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 374 

At a little hotdog stand. © Dec. 22, 1941, M 11955, 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 375 

Ballerina. See Men in her life. 

Bedtime story. © Dec. 25, 1941, L 10998; Colum- 
bia pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 376 

Bird came C.O.D. © Jan. 17, 1942; M 12038, Vita- 
phone Corp., New York. 377 

Birth of the blues. © Nov. 7, 1941; L 10985; 
Paramount pictures inc., New York. 378 

Bli-blip. © Jan. 5, 1942, M 11985; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago, 379 

Blonde from Singapore. © Oct. 16, 1941; L 10995, 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 380 

Blondie goes to college. © Jan. 15, 1942; L 11010; 
Columbia pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 381 

Blue, white and perfect, based on the story by 
Borden Chase &the character, Michael Shayne, 
created by Brett Halliday. © Dec. 24, 1941; L 
11021; Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., New 
York, 382 



Cadets on parade. © Jan. 19, 1942; L 11016; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 384 



Buying a d(^. © Dec. 26, 1941; M 11973, 
mount pictures inc.. New York. 



Para- 
383 



California or bust. © Nov. 7, 1941; L 10907; 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 



RKO- 
385 



Call out the marines. © Dec. 15, 1941; 
RKO- radio pictures, inc.. New York, 



L 11023; 
386 



Caught in the caverns. See DonWinslow of the navy. 

Cavalcade of aviation. © Dec. 24, 1941; L 10927; 
Universal pictures co., inc.. New York. 387 

Chaotic Creek. See Holt of the secret service. 

Community sing, series 6, nos, 1, 2, 4, © Aug. 15, 
Sept, 5, Nov. 15, 1941; M 12045, 11939, 12046; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif.388.390 

Confessions of Boston Blackie; based upon the 
character created by Jack Boyle. © Jan. 6, 1942; 
L 11006; Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, 
Calif. 391 



Cuckoo I. Q. © Nov. 21, 1941; L 10990; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 392 

Cul-de-sac. See Iron claw. 

Cup of doom. See Spider returns. 

Dancing in a harem, © Dec. 1, 1941; M 12004; 
Featurettes, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 393 

Dear Arabella. © Dec. 29, 1941; M 11998; Soundies 
distributing corp, of America, inc., Chicago. 394 

Delilah. © Oct. 26, 1941; M 11963; Techniprocess, 
Hollywood, Calif. 395 

Dick Tracy vs. Crime, inc.; based on cartoon strip 
by Chester Gould. © Dec. 27, 1941; L 10988; 
Republic pictures corp., New York. 396 

Doctor's bargam. See Iron claw. 

Don Winslow of the navy, © Universal pictures co., 
inc.. New York. 397-399 

Chap. no. 10, Fighting fathoms deep. © Dec. 24, 
1941; L 10937. 



Chap. no. 11, Caught in the caverns. 
1941; L 10938. 



Dec. 24, 



Chap, no, 12, The scorpion strangled. © Dec. 
24, 1941; L 10939. 
Don't get personal. © Jan. 2, 1942; L 10936; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc.. New York. 400 

Doping technique. © title & descr. reed, Jan, 21, 
1942, 88 prints reed. Jan. 15, 1942; M 12056; 
Jam Handy picture service, inc., Detroit. 401 



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402 



pt. I, n. s., Vo 15 



Double trouble. © Nov. 21, 1941; L 10915; Mono- 
gram pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 402 

Drop to destiny. See Iron claw. 

Dude cowboy. © Sept. 12, 1941; L 10986; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc.. New York. 403 

Easy street. © Dec. 29, 1941; M 11999; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc. , Chicago. 404 

Elementary operations on the engine lathe. © Sept. 
11,1941; M 11990; Eastman kodak co. , Roches- 
ter, N, Y. 405 

Ellery Queen, master detective. © Nov. 30, 1940; 
L 10979; Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, 
Calif. 406 

Escort girl. © Nov. 4, 1941; L 10917; Continental 
pictures, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 407 

Exactly like you. © Dec, 22, 1941; M 11953; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 408 

Exploring space. © Aug. 8, 1941; M 11940; Colum- 
bia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 409 

Facing, turning, boring, grooving and chamfering 
on a vertical turret lathe using two heads © 
title, descr. & 4 prints reed. Jan. 6, 1942; M 
11984; Audio productions, inc., Loi^ Island City, 
N. Y. 410 

Fatal fuse. See Iron claw. 

Fatal time-bomb. See Spider returns. 

Fiery fall. See Iron claw. 

Fighting fathoms deep. See Don Winslow of the navy. 

Fighting the fire bomb. © Dec. 29, 1941; M 11946; 
Transfilm, inc.. New York, 411 



Fishing fever. © Feb. 28, 1941; M 12019; 
mount pictures inc.. New York. 



Para:- 
412 



Flamingo, ©Jan. 5,1942; M 11987; Soimdies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 413 

Flying blind, © Aug. 29,1941; L 10952; Paramount 
pictures inc.. New York. 414 

Four Jacks and a Jill; suggested by W, Carey Won- 
derly's,The Viennese charmer. © Dec. 18, 1941; 
L 10909; RKO- radio pictures, inc., New York. 

415 

Fox and the grapes. © Nov, 7, 1941; L 10945; 
Screen gems, inc., Los Angeles, 416 

'Fraidy cat. © Dec. 31, 1941; M 11959; Soundies 
distributing corp. oIAmerica, inc., Chicago. 417 

Frisco Lil. © Jan. 15, 1942; L 10977; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 418 

Fundamentals of tennis, © Dec. 29, 1941; M 11962; 
Transfilm, inc., New York. 419 

Gargoyle's trail. See Spider returns. 



Gay knighties. © Aug. 29, 1941; L 10955; Para- 
mount pictures inc.. New York. 420 

Gay ranchero, © Dec, 31, 1941; M 12051; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 421 

George town, pride of Penang. © Oct. 23, 1941; M 
11977; Loew's, inc., New York, 422 

Git along little pony. © Dec, 22, 1941; M 19952; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 423 

Giving a shop demonstration. © title & descr, reed. 
Jan. 21, 1942; 143 prints reed. Jan. 19; M 12058; 
Jam Handy picture service, inc., Detroit, 424 

Glory of love, © Dec. 15, 1941; M 11935; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 425 

Go West, young lady. © Nov. 22, 1941; L 11009; 
Columbia pictures corp,, Hollywood, Calif. 426 



Golfer's lament. © Oct. 26, 1941; M 12007; 
niprocess, Holljrwood, Calif, 



Tech= 
427 



Guardians of the wilds. © Aug, 29, 1941; 
Paramoimt pictures inc.. New York. 



M 12033; 
428 



Gunman from Bodie. © Sept. 26, 1941; L 10921; 
Monc^ram pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 429 

Harvard, here I come. © Dec. 18, 1941; L 10980; 
Columbia pictures corp., Holl5rwood, Calif, 430 

Heaven can wait. See Here comes Mr. Jordan. 

Hellzapoppin'; based on an original story by Nat 
Perrin, suggested by the stage play, Olsen & 
Johnson's Hellzapoppin'. © Dec. 24, 1941; L 
10929; Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 

431 

Here comes Mr. Jordan; from the play, Heaven can 
wait, by Harry Segall. © July 22, 1941; L 11015; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif, 432 

Hi! Neighbor. © Oct. 26, 1941; M 11964; Techni- 
process, Hollywood, Calif. 433 

Hilo Hattie. © Dec. 15, 1941; M 11934; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 434 

Hoiriger schottische. © Dec. 15, 1941; M 11931; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 435 

Holt of the secret service; chap. no. 1, Chaotic 
Creek. © Dec. 28, 1941; L 11004; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 436 

Hong Kong blues. © Dec. 31, 1941; M 11956; Soun- 
dies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

437 



Honolulu Lu. © Dec, 11, 1941; L 10996; 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif, 



Columbia 
438 



Hop, skip and a chump. © Jan. 10, 1942; M 12014; 
Vitaphone corp,. New York. 439 

Hot chocolate. © Dec. 31, 1941; M 11960; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 440 



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MOTION PICTURES 



no. 1, 1942 



House of mystery, from the novel by A, E. W. 
Mason, © May 7, 1941, L 10922; Monogram 
pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 441 

I killed that man. © Nov. 28, 1941, L 10923; Mon- 
ogram pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 442 

If my mother could see me now. © Jan. 5, 1942, 
M 11986, Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 443 

I'm just wild about Harry. © Dec. 29, 1941; M 
12002, Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 444 

Invasion. © Nov. 28, 1941, M 11930; Adventure 
films, inc., New York. 445 

Iron claw. © Columbia pictures Corp., Hollywood, 
Calif. 446-456 

Chap. 1, The shaft of doom. © Aug. 11, 1941, 
L 10961. 

Chap. 2, The murderous mirror. © Aug. 11, 
1941; L 10983, 

Chap. 3, The drop to destiny. © Aug. 17, 1941; 
L 10984. 

Chap. 4, The fatal fuse. © Aug. 26, 1941; L 
10991. 

Chap. 5, The fiery fall, © Sept. 19, 1941; L 
10992. 

Chap. 6, The ship log talks. © Sept. 26, 1941; 
L 10993. 

Chap. 7, The mystic map, © Sept. 20, 1941; L 
10999. 

Chap. 8, The perilous pit. © Sept. 30, 1941; L 
11000. 

Chap. 9, The cul-de-Sac. © Oct. 7, 1941; L 
11001. 

Chap. 11, The doctor's bargain. © Oct. 21, 1941; 
L 11002. 

Chap. 12, Vapors of evil. © Oct. 27, 1941; L 

11003. 

It's a sin to tell a lie. © Dec. 29, 1941; M 11995; 

Soimdies distributing corp. of America, inc., 

Chicago. 457 

Jazzy Joe. © Dec. 29, 1941; M 12000; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 458 

Jim. © Oct. 26, 1941; M 11965; Techniprocess, 
Hollywood, Calif. 459 

Johnny Eager; based on an original story by James 
Edward Grant, © Dec. 9,1941; L 10935; Loew's, 
inc.. New York. 460 

Juke Box Jenny. © Jan. 15, 1942; L 10978; Univer- 
sal pictures co., inc., New York. 461 

Keep 'em flying. © title fcdescr. reed. Jan. 21 , 
1942; 242 prints reed. Jan. 19; M 12059; Ham= 
ilton standard propellers, division of United 
aircraft corp., East Hartford, Conn. 462 



Kickin' the conga 'round. © Jan. 16, 1942; L 11013, 
Paramount pictures inc.. New York. 463 

Kitchen quiz, no. 1. © Sept. 12, 1941; M 12020; 
Columbia pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 464 

Lackadaisical lady. © Dec. 29, 1941; M 12001; 
Soundies distributing corp, of America, inc., 
Chicago. 465 

Lazybones. © Dec. 15, 1941; M 11932, Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 466 

Let me off uptown. © Jan. 12, 1942; M 12047; 
Soundies distributing Corp., of America, inc., 
Chicago. 467 

Let's scuffle. © Jan. 12, 1942; M 12050; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 468 

Lips sealed by murder. See Spider returns. 

Loco boy makes good. © Dec. 31, 1941; L 10982; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 469 

Lone Star Ranger; based on the novel by ZaneGrey. 
© Dec. 8, 1941; L 11022; Twentieth century- 
Fox film Corp., New York. 470 

Lone Star vigilantes. © Dec. 31, 1941; L 10943; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif, 471 

Look who's lai^hing. © Sept. 8, 1941, L 10932, 
RKO- radio pictures, inc., New York. 472 

Louisiana purchase; based on the musical comedy 
by Morrie Ryskind, from a story by B. G. De- 
Sylva. © Nov, 24, 1941; L 10946; Paramount 
pictures inc.. New York. 473 

Love me as I am. © Dec. 31, 1941; M 11957; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 474 

Love never happens to me. © Oct. 26, 1941; M 
12008; Techniprocess, Hollywood, Calif. 475 

Magic in the air. © title & descr. reed. Jan. 21, 
1942; 110 prints reed. Jan. 15; M 12054; Jam 
Handy picture service, inc., Detroit. 476 

Man who returned to life. © Jan. 19, 1942; L 11011; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 477 

March of time; v. 6, no, 8, v, 8, nos. 3, 5. © May 
4, 1940, Oct. 24, Dec. 5, 1941; M 12035-12037; 
Time, inc., New York. 478=480 

Martins and the Coys, © Dec. 31, 1941; M 12052; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 481 

Men in her life; based on the novel Ballerina by 
Lady Eleanor Smith. © Nov. 20, 1941; L 11014; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif* 482 

Merry-go- roundup.. © Dec. 15, 1941; M 11938; 
Soundies distributing coirp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 483 



Mickey's birthday party. © Oct. 10, 1941; L 10958; 
Walt Disney productions, Burbank, Calif, 484 



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485 



pt. I, n, s., V. 15 



Mindin' my business. ©Dec. 31, 1941, M 12049; 
Soiindies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 485 

Mr. and Mrs. North, from the play by Owen Davis, 
based on the stories by Richard & Frances 
Lockndge. © Dec. 16, 1941, L 11017, Loew's, 
inc., New York. 486 



Mr. Celebrity. © Oct. 8, 1941; L 10911, 
ers' releasing corp., New York. 



Produc- 

487 



Mrs. Yankee Doodle. © Oct. 26, 1941; M 12009, 
Techniprocess, Holljrwood, Calif. 488 

Money bomb. See Spider returns. 

Mountain dew, © Dec. 15,1941; M 11936; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 489 

Movietone news; v. 24, nos. 26-32. © Dec. 4, 9, 
11, 16, 18, 23, 25, 1941; M 12023-12029; Movie- 
tonews, inc.. New York. 490-496 

Murder by invitation. © June 30, 1941, L 10924; 
Monc^ram pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 497 

Murderous mirror. See Iron claw. 

My little grass shack. ©Dec. 29, 1941; M 11996; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 498 

Mysterious message. See Spider returns. 

Mystic map. See Iron claw. 

News of the day; v. 13, nos. 221-230. © Nov. 25, 
27, Dec. 2, 4, 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, 25, 1941; M 
11942, 11943, 11975, 11976, 12016,12017,12021, 
12022, 12039, 12040, Hearst Metrotone news, 
inc.. New York. 499-508 

Night ride. © Dec. 15, 1941; M 11933; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago.509 

N^ht we met in Honomu. © Dec. 22, 1941, M 
11949; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 510 



Nix on hypnotricks. © Dec, 19, 1941; 
Paramount pictures inc. , New York. 



L 10920; 
511 



Nothing but nerves, © Dec. 31, 1941; L 10956; 
Paramount pictures, inc.. New York, 512 



Oh, Johnny. © Oct. 26, 1941; 
process, Hollywood, Calif. 

OhI Susanna. © Oct. 26, 1941; 
process, Hollywood, Calif. 



M 11970; Techni- 
513 



M 11971; Techni- 
514 



On top of the world. © title & descr. reed. Jan. 21, 
1942; 110 prints reed. Jan. 15; M 12053; Jam 
Handy picture service, inc., Detroit. 515 

Only yesterday. © Dec. 31, 1941, M 11958; Soun- 
dies distributing corp, of America, inc. , Chicago. 

516 

Opportunity unlimited. © title & descr. reed. Jan. 
21., 1942; 231 prints reed. Jan. 12, L 11012; 
Remington arms eo., inc., Bridgeport, Conn.517 



Our wife, from the play by Lillian Day & Lyon 
Mearson. © Aug. 8, 1941; L 10997, Columbia 
pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 518 

Pacific blackout; based on a story by Franz Spen- 
cer &Curt Siodmak. © Dec. 31, 1941, L 10957; 
Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. 519 

Papa Niccolini. © Jan. 12, 1942, M 12048, Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 520 



Payoff. See Spider returns. 

Peg Leg Pete, the pirate. © Dec. 1, 1941; 
Featurettes, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 



M 12005; 
521 



Perfect snob. © Dee. 19, 1941, L 11020; Twentieth 
century-Fox film Corp., New York. 522 

Perilous pit. See Iron claw. 

Phantom submarine. © Dec. 20, 1940; L 10981; 
Columbia pictures Corp., Hollsrwood, Calif. 523 



Points on arrows. © Dec. 27, 1941, M 11941, 
ner bros, pictures, inc.. New York. 



War- 
524 



Popular science; Jl-2. © Nov. 7, 1941, 
Paramount pictures inc.. New York. 



M 12031; 
525 



Porky's pooch. © Dec. 29, 1941, 
phone corp,, New York. 



M 11947; Vita- 
526 



Rack 'em up. © Dec. 3, 1941; M 12042, Columbia 
pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 527 

Radio boomerang. See Spider returns. 

Red Ridii^ Hood rides again. © Jan. 15, 1942, L 
11008; Screen gems, inc., Los Angeles. 528 

Red, White and Blue Hawaii. © Feb. 28, 1941; M 
12032; Paramount pictures inc.. New York. 529 

Remember the day; based on the p|ay by Philo 
Higley & Philip Dunning. © Dee. 25, 1941; L 
11019; Twentieth century-Fox film corp., New 
York. 530 

Report to the people. © Nov. 27, 1941; M 12013; 
National foundation for infantile paralysis, inc.. 
New York. 531 

Rhumba rhythms. © Dec. 24, 1941; L 10928; Uni- 
versal pictures CO., inc.. New York. 532 

Rhythm m the ranks. © Dee. 26, 1941, L 10931; 
Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. 533 

Rib stitching. © title & descr. reed, Jan. 21, 1942; 
132 prints reed. Jan. 15; M 12057; Jam Handy 
picture service, inc., Detroit. 534 

Riders of the Badlands. © Dec. 18, 1941; L 10942; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 535 

Riding the Sunset trail, © Sept. 26, 1941; L 10916; 
Monogram pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 536 

Right kind of girl. © Oct. 26, 1941; M 11966; Tech- 
niprocess, Hollywood, Calif. 537 

Riot squad. © Dec, 12, 1941; L 10925; Monogram 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 538 



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no. 1, 1942 



581 



Road in India. © Oct. 24, 1938, M 12030; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 539 

Roaring frontiers. © Oct. 16, 1941; L 10940, 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 540 

Rodeo rhythm. © Dec. 8, 1941, L 10914, Del Cal 
theatres, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 541 

Rose O'Day. © Jan. 12, 1942, M 12060, Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago.542 

Rough facing, boring and turning a shoulder on a 
vertical turret lathe. © title, descr. & 4 prints 
reed. Jan. 6, 1942, M 11983; Audio productions , 
inc.. Long Island City, N. Y. 543 

Rough facing, turning and drilling on a vertical 
turret lathe. © title, descr. & 4 prints reed. 
Jan, 6, 1942; M 11982; Audio productions, inc., 
Long Island City, N. Y, 544 

Royal mounted patrol. © Nov. 13, 1941; L 10941; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 545 

Safety at play. © July 18, 1941; M 11991; East- 
man kodak CO., Rochester, N. Y. 546 

Scorpion strangled. See Don Winslow of the navy. 

Screen snapshots; series 21, nos. 3-6. © Oct. 17, 
Nov. 21, Dec, 26, 31, 1941, M 11928, 11974, 
12041, 12034, Columbia pictures corp., Holly- 
wood, Calif, 547-550 

Secret meeting. See Spider returns. 

Seven beers with the wrong woman, © Dec. 31, 
1941, M 11961, Soundies distributing corp, of 
America, inc., Chicago. 551 

Shaft of doom. See Iron claw. 

Ship log talks. See Iron claw. 

Show dogs. © Sept. 12, 1941; M 11929; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 552 

Sleigh-bell serenade, © Jan. 12, 1941; M 12061; 
Soundies distributing corp, of America, inc., 
Chicago, 553 

Smoke dream. See Spider returns. 

Some more of Samoa. © Dec, 4, 1941; L 10912, 
Columbia pictures corp,, Hollywood, Calif. 554 

Spider returns; based upoaThe Spider magazine 
stories. © Columbia pictures Corp., Hollywood, 
Calif. 555-569 

Chap. 1, The stolen plans, © May 5, 1941, L 
10962. 

Chap. 2, The fatal time-bomb, © May 13, 1941; 
L 10963, 

Chap, 3, The secret meeting, © May 20, 1941, 
L 10964, 

Chap. 4, The smoke dream. © May 26, 1941, 
L 10965. 



Chap. 5, The gargoyle's trail. © June 2, 1941, 
L 10966. 

Chap. 6, The X-ray eye. © June 9, 1941; L 
10967. 

Chap. 7, The radio boomerang. © June 16, 1941, 
L 10968, 

Chap, 8, The mysterious message. © June 21, 
1941, L 10969, 

Chap. 9, The cup of doom. © June 27, 1941, L 
10970. 

Chap. 10, The X-ray belt. © July 7, 1941; L 
10971. 



Chap. 11, Lips sealed by murder, © July 9, 1941, 
L 10972, 

Chap, 12, A money bomb. © July 21, 1941; L 
10973. 

Chap, 13, Almost a confession. © July 24, 1941; 
L 10974. 



Chap. 14, Suspicious telegrams. 
1941; L 10975, 



July 28, 



Chap. 15, The payoff. © Aug, 3, 1941, L 10976. 

Springboard for champions, © title & descr, reed, 
Jan. 12, 1942, 4 prints reed. Dec. 8, 1941, L 
10953; Henry Spruck, Cincinnati. 570 

Stick to your guns, based on characters created by 
Clarence E, MuMord, © Sept. 19, 1941, L 10930, 
Paramount pictures inc.. New York. 571 

Stolen plans. See Spider returns. 

Stork pays off, © Nov. 6, 1941; L 10994, Columbia 
pictures corp., Holl3rwood, Calif, 572 

Story of the forest. © Oct, 30, 1941, M 11980; M. 
Minter Culver, New York, 573 

Story of the jungle, © Oct, 30, 1941; M 11981; M. 
Minter Culver, New York. 574 

Sultan's charm. © Oct. 26, 1941, M 11967; Tech- 
niprocess, Hollywood, Calif. 575 

Superman in the mechanical monsters. © Nov. 28, 
1941, L 10906, Paramount pictures, inc.. New 
York, 576 

Suspicious telegrams. See Spider returns. 

Swamp woman, © Nov, 12, 1941, L 10947; Pro- 
ducers releasing Corp., New York. 577 

Sweaters and sundaes. © Oct, 26, 1941, M 11972, 
Techniprocess, Hollywood, Calif. 578 

Sweet Hawaiian dreams, © Dec. 1, 1941, M 12006; 
Featurettes, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 579 

Tell-tale heart. © Nov. 5, 1941; L 10934; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 580 

That's for me, © Dec. 29, 1941, M 11997, Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, mc., Chicago. 581 



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There I go. © Oct. 26, 1941; M 11968, Techni- 
process, Hollywood, Calif. 582 

They died with their boots on. © Jan. 3, 1942; L 
10933; Warner bros. pictures, inc.. New York. 

583 

Three girls about town. © Oct. 23, 1941; L 11007; 
Columbia pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 584 

Tips for teachers. © title & descr. reed. Jan. 21, 
1942; 132 prints reed. Jan. 15; M 12055, Jam 
Handy picture service, inc., Detroit. 585 

Today I hang. © Jan. 7, 1942; L 10948; Producers 
releasing Corp., New York. 586 

Tonto Basin outlaws. © Oct. 10, 1941, L 10918, 
Range busters, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 587 



Toot that trumpet. © Dec. 22, 1941; M 11950; 
Soundies distributing eorp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 588 

Treat 'em rough. © Jan. 5, 1942; L 10949; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 589 

Triumph without drums. © Oct. 23, 1941, L 11018; 
Loew's, inc.. New York. 590 

Tuxedo Junction. © Dec. 4, 1941, L 10989; Repub- 
lic pictures eorp.. New York. 591 

Twinkletoes in hat stuff. © Avig. 29, 1941; L 10959; 
Paramount pictures inc.. New York. 592 

Two-faced woman; suggested by a play by Ludwig 
Fulda. © Jan. 3, 1942; L 10987, Loew's, inc., 
New York. 593 

Under the spreading blacksmith shop. © Jan. 6, 
1942; M 12018; Universal pictures co., me., 
New York & Walter Lantz productions. Universal 
City, Calif. 594 

Underground rustlers. © Nov. 21, 1941; L 10926, 
Range busters, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 595 



Universal newsreel, v. 14, nos, 33-40. © Nov. 18, 
20, 25, 27, Dec. 2, 4, 9, 11, 1941, M 11944, 
11945, 11978, 11979, 12011, 12012,12043,12044, 
Universal pictures co., inc.. New York. 596-603 



Vapors of evil. See Iron claw. 

Vegetative plant propagation, € 
Rophester, N. Y. 



Eastman kodak eo«, 
604, 605 



Reel 1. © Dec. 16, 1941; M 11992. 

Reel 2. © Dee. 16, 1941; M 11993. 

Vienese charmer. See Four Jacks and a Jill. 

Village smithy. © Sept. 25, 1941, L 10944; Walt 
Disney productions, Burbank, Calif. 606 

Vitamin D. © Sept. 11, 1941; M 11994; Eastman 
kodak CO., Rochester, N. Y. 607 

Wabbit twouble. © Dec. 23, 1941; la 12015; Vita- 
phone Corp., New York. 608 



We must have music. © Dee. 
Loew's, inc., New York. 



2, 1941; L 10954; 



Wee bit of Scotch. © Oct. 26, 1941; M 12010; Tech- 
niproeess, Hollywood, Calif. 610 

We'll slap the Japs, right into the laps of the Nazis. 
© Jan. 5, 1942; M 11988; Soundies distributing 
Corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 611 

What d'ya hear from your heart. © Dec. 22, 1941; 
M 11951; Soundies distributing eorp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 612 

Who's a dummy. © Nov. 28, 1941; L 10908; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc.. New York. 613 

Wolf man. © Dee. 15, 1941; L 10910; Universal 
pictures co., inc.. New York. 614 

X-ray belt. See Spider returns. 

X-ray eye. See Spider returns. 

You belong to me, based upon the story by Dalton 
Trumbo. © Oct. 30, 1941; L 11005; Columbia 
pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 615 

You're dangerous. © Dec. 22, 1941; M 11948; 
Soimdies distributing eorp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 616 

You're in the army now. © Dec. 27, 1941; L 10919; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc.. New York. 617 



Number of erttries in classes L and M included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 1942: 

Motion picture photoplays ~ 118 

Motion pictures other than photoplays = 134 

Total - -"- 252 



TITLES OF MOTION PICTURES OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[617 



Unwelcome throne; by Harold MacGrath. © William 
N. Sehg, Hollywood, Calif. R 103169, Dec. 13, 
1941. 1 



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THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

of 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

Published by Authority of the Acts 

of Congress of March 3, 1891, 

of June 30, 1906, and of 

March 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 

Including 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1942 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 15 

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The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Grovqs 3, issued monthly, contains 
titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles 
of the entries made in Class "D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico-musical compositions, arrai^ed 
alphabetically by title; Class "L," Motion-picture photoplays, and Class "M," Motion pictures other than 
photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used in this part are as follows: "D," Class D, Dramatic compositions; "L," Class L, Motion-picture 
photoplays, and "M," Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "©" implies copyright registration 
of a published work followed by date of publication; "© 1 c." stands for copyright of an unpublished work, 
followed by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copjrright has been renewed under section 23 of 
the act of March 4, 1909, will be foimd in this issue immediately following the drama list, and a list of 
motion pictures of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed, will be found immediately following the 
motion picture list. 

The anniial index contains the titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion pictures. 
The act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." 

The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received only for the calendar year) 
for Part 1, Group 3, is $2.00 for 1942, payable in advance to the Sl^)erintendent of Documents, Washington, 
D. C, by postal money order, express order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Groi?) 1, Books proper $3.00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or 

Periodicals, Lectures, and Maps 3.00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures , 2.00 

Part 2, Periodicals 2.00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions 3.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

includii^ Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers... 50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10.00 



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NOTICE 

The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copsrright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental li- 
braries in the District of Colvmabia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyri^t Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawfxil claimant, that, in- 
sofar as any cc^jrright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, imless reserved, may 
be ret\irned to the claimant of copyright, if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1942. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
returned. No maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record shoxild make formal request for the 
retiirn of the articles, which must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be supplied 
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CLASS D 
DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 
Note.— If the claimant of copyright is the same as the author, no statement of authorship is given. 



Abduction from the seraglio (Belmont and Con- 
stanza); by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, trans- 
lated from the German by R. Martin & T. Martin. 
[Text only] © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1942; D 79334; Ruth 
Martin & Thomas Martin, Jersey City. 618 



Afterward, the tide. <S 
Perry M. Duncan 
Wilton, Conn. 



1 c. Jan. 29, 1942; D 79056; 

& Emma Gelders Sterne, 

619 



Against the storm; episode no. 594, by Sandra 
Michael. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1942; D 79110; Procter 
& Gamble CO., Cincinnati. 620 

Air raid; bv John McMahill. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1942; 
D 79331; Ann K. Willner, Beverly Hills, Calif. 

621 

Air stewardess; by Benjamin Dunn [pseud, of B. 
Densen] © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1942; D 79140; Beatrice 
Densen, New York. 622 

Alice in Monsterland. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1942; D 79069; 
Renee Brand, New York. 623 

All the swans. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1942; D 79178; Sey- 
mour Meyerson & Lawrence Kaminsky, New 
York. 624 

America in action; by Merrill Denison, Paul Green, 
E. P. Conkle [and others] © Nov. 26, 1941; D 
79174; Dramatists play service, inc.. New York. 

625 

America is Americans. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1942; D 
79033; Hal Borland & Philip Dunning, New York. 

626 

American (An) is born; by Richard Paulding. © 
Dec. 22, 1941; D 79063; Samuel French, New 
York. 627 

American plan; by Ralph Cattell. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1942; D 79233; Wilding picture sales Corp., 
Detroit. 628 

Anna Mouron. See Death Valley days. 

Announcing Antonia; by Olive Price, © Dec. 31, 
1941; D 79062; Samuel French, New York. 629 

Antidote for poison. See Green Hornet. 

Assembly plays for special days; by Henry B. Fay. 
© Jan. 5, 1942; D 79224; Row, Peterson &co., 
Evanston, 111. 630 

Aunt Tillie goes to sea; by Wilbur Braun. © Nov. 
28, 1941; D 79139; Samuel French, New York. 

631 



Bachelor born. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1942; D 79124; John 
Hay Beith, New York & Milton I. Shubert, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 632 

Back to Broadway; by Vera Mathews. © 1 c. Feb. 
13, 1942; D 79260; Vera Marie Schoenbaum, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. 633 

Bartons; episode no. 51, by Harlan Ware. © 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1942; D 79113; Procter & Gamble co., 
Cincinnati. 634 

Beautiful lieutenant. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1942; D 79068; 
Erna Wedeman, New York. 635 

Beauty at the door. See No bowl of cherries. 

Beauty for rent. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1942; D 79205; 
Geza Herczeg & Pat C. Flick, New York. 636 

Before the ten commandments. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1942; 
D 79039; Merritt William Green, Hillsdale, Mich. 

637 

Believe it or not. © Robert L. Ripley, New York. 

638-640 

Episode no. 2. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1942; D 79090. 
Episodes nos. 3, 4. © 1 c. each Feb. 11, 1942; 
D 79324, 79323. 

Beyond the line; by Frank Sart. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1942; 
D 79072; Alfred L. Rose, New York. 641 

Bily jsme a bubem; neb, Ucital Zadruba. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1942; D 79214; Otakar DdVin, Long Island 
City, N. Y. 642 

Bit of 'arping. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1942; D 79042; Ethel 
Raye, New York. 643 

Blue chips. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1942; D 79245; Syjay 
Treitel, New York. 644 

Blue orchid; book by Kathleen Phillips, music by 
Bernard Hamblen. [Text only] © 1 c. Feb. 3, 
1942; D 79) 23; Kathleen Hamblen, Los Angeles .64 5 

Boomtownon the Potomac. See Report to the nation. 

Bread alone. © 1 c, Feb. 3, 1942; D 79101; Allan 
O. Knutsen & Myrtle C. Knutsen, Anaheim, Calif . 



Breath of life; by J. J. Robbins & Stanley Lewis. © 
1 c. Jan. 21, 1942; D 79213; John Jacob Robbins, 
Chatham, N. J. 647 

Caissons go rolling along; by William Tracey. © 
1 c. Feb. 4, 1942; D 79198; Shapiro, Bernstein & 
CO., inc., New York. 648 



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pt. 1, n. s.. V. 15 



Captain Ca^-iar. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1942; D 79340; 
Syjay Treitel, New York. 649 



Challenge of the Yukon; by Thomas DougalL © 
Challenge of the Yiikon, inc., Detroit. 

650-653 

No. 213, A deathbed promise. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 

1942; D 79155. 
No. 214, Gratitude. © Ic. Feb. 4, 1942; D 79156. 
No. 215, Turn to the right. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1942; 

D 79157. 
No. 216, Murder by the law. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1942; 

D 79158. 

Children's jubilee; by C. M. Dixon. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 
1942; D 79219; Charles Dixon, Philadelphia. 

654 

China emergency; by Court Chamberlain [pseud, of 
E. C. Kuhns] © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1942; D 79251; 
Elinor Chamberlain Kuhns, Haworth, N. J. 

655 

Connecticut week-end. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1942; D 
79222; William Jonas Laubenstein, jr., Hingham, 
Mass. 656 

Crime doctor. © Max Marcin, New York. 657-660 

No. 78. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1942; D 79034. 

No. 79. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1942; D 79120. 

No. 80. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1942; D 79250. 

No. 81. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1942; D 79304. 

Crocodile cure; by Tom [i.e. Charles C. S.] Cush- 
ing. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1942; D 79310; William 
Strong Cushing, Groton, Mass. 661 



Crystal canyon. See Lone Ranger. 

Cyrano de Bergerac; by Edmond Rostand, newly 
translated by Humbert Wolfe. © Dec. 1, 1941; 
A 161151; Peter Pauper press, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

662 

Dead man's revenge. See Shadow, 

Death speaks twice. See Shadow. 

Death Valley days; by McCann-Erickson, inc. © 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 663-666 



Jan. 1, 1942, The movir^ out of Minnie. © 1 c. 

Feb. 3, 1942; D 79190. 
Jan. 15, 1942, Anna Mouron. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1942; 

D 79191. 
Jan. 22, 1942, Two-bits. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1942; D 

79192. 
Jan. 29, 1942, Quejo, the outlaw. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 

1942; D 79193. 

Deathbed promise. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Design for death. See Shadow. 

Devil preferred; by Tom [i. e. Charles C. S.] Cush- 
ing. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1942; D 79311; William 
Strong Cushing, Groton, Mass. 667 



Distant point; by Af inogenev, tr. & adapted by Hubert 
Griffith, songs freely adapted by Geoffrey Par- 
sons. [Text only] © Nov. 14, 1941; D 79044; 
Pushkin press, London. 668 



Doctor Christian. 
York. 



McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
669-572 

1942; D 



Episode no. 163, Karen. © 1 c. Feb. 

79194. 
Episode no. 164, Hurdy gurdy man. © 1 c. Feb. 

3, 1942; D 79195. 
Episode no. 165, Sleepy Pan. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1942; 

D 79196. 
Episode no. 166, Seven day book. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 

1942; D 79197. 

Don't be bashful; by Paul S. McCoy. © Jan. 12, 1942; 
D 79084; Willis N. Bugbee co., Syracuse. 

673 

Double e:qjosure. See Lone Ranger. 

Early start. See No bowl of cherries. 

Edgar Bergen - Charlie McCarthy. © Edgar John 
Bergen, Beverly Hills, Calif. 674-678 

Jan. 4, 1942. © 1 c, Jan. 20, 1942; D 79226. 
Jan. 18, Feb. 1, 1942. © 1 c. each Feb. 10, 1942; 

D 79229 79230 
Jan. 25, Feb. 15, 1942. © 1 c. each Feb. 24, 1942; 

D 79342, 79343. 

Elegant cow; by Theodore S. Haye. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1942; D 79257; Ralph Weinstein, Monticello, N. Y. 

679 

Elmer. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1942; D 79200; Ada Lucille 
Cosner, Elmhurst, III. 680 

Ems; by Tom [i. e. Charles C. S.] Cushing. © 1 c. 
Feb. 20, 1942; D 79315; William Strong Cushing, 
Groton, Mass. 681 



Exploits of Vitaman. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1942; D 79321; 
Doria S. Higgins, Woodstock, Vt. 682 



Far off light. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1942; D 79254; Ray 
Irvine Hamby, Fhillman, Wash. 683 

First call. See No bowl of cherries. 

First nighter. © Campana sales co., Batavia, 111. 

684-686 

Jan. 23, 1942, Murder by night, by Anthony Wayne. 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1942; D 79067. 
Jan. 30, 1942, Romance is in the air, by Virginia 

Safford Lynn. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1942; D 79204. 
Feb. 13, 1942, A horse on us, by Ernie Garza. 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1942; D 79316. 



Foolishness of God. © 1 c. Feb. 
Alba Thrane, Chicago. 



1942; D 79176; 
687 



Footprints north and south. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1942; D 
79168; Barney Post, Brooklyn. 688 



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no. 2, 1942 



726 



Formula for pancakes; by Muriel Roy Bolton. © 
Dec. 19, 1941; D 79138; Samuel French, New 
York. 689 

Foul is fair. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1942; D 79040; Mar- 
garet Frances Ewing, Pasadena. 690 

Four Is too many © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1942; D 79259; 
David Reuben Schwartz, Jersey City. 691 

Frankincense and Myrtle; by Mae Howley Barry. 
© Dec. 1, 1941; D 79133; Samuel French, New 
York. 692 

Frieda Drake, proprietor; by Mel [i. e. M. M.] 
Riddle & Yvonne Chappelle [pseud, of A. Y. 
Riddle] © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1942; D 79035; Mdvin 
M. Riddle & Alice Yvonne Riddle, La Crescenta, 
Calif. 693 

Friend o' Abe's. See One day in Lincoln's life. 

Friend of the family. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1942; D 79036; 
Judith Kandel, New York. 694 

Frozen. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1942; D 79248; Robert 
Brysselbout, Bay City, Mich. 695 

Gavel and gabble; by Monte Kleban, © Jan. 26, 1942; 
D 79048; T. S= Denison & co., Chicago. 696 

Gentle youth; by Robert Finch. © Dec. 29, 1941; D 
79137; Samuel French, New York. 697 

Gentleman of the road. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1942; D 
79220; Sol Nathan, Brooklyn. 698 

Ghosts or men. © Feb, 19, 1942; D 79209; Margaret 
Barton, Sapulpa, Okl. 699 

Girl and her shadow; by Dorothy M. Johnson. © 
Jan. 15, 1942;D 79127; Gregg pub. co., New York. 

700 

Girls from Birmingham. © Feb. 10, 1942; D 79211; 
John William Orr, Montevallo, Ala. 701 

Glasblaser (Der);buch und musik von Hans Joachim 
Sobanskl. © Apr. 5, 1941; D 76099; Universal - 
edition, a.g., Vienna. 702 

Gloucester harbor; text by Rhoda Newton, music by 
F. W. Davles. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1942; D 76101; 
Frances Williams Davles, New York. 703 

Going too far. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1942; D 79302; John 
Favlcchlo, New York. 704 

Gold brlckers of 1941. © 1 c. Dec. 17, 1941; D 
79255; Gene Raymond, Bel Air, Calif. 705 

Good evening. See No bowl of cherries. 

Grass roots. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1942; D 79244; Charles 
J. Conrad, Hollywood, Calif. 706 

Gratitude. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Green Hornet; by Fran Striker. © Green Hornet, 
inc., Detroit. 707-712 

No. 537, Lost and found. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1942; D 
79159. 



No. 538, The Hornet finds the fence. © 1 c. Feb. 

4, 1942; D 79160. 
No. 539, The racket goes thru the wringer. © 1 

c. Feb. 4, 1942; D 79161. 
No. 540, Antidote for poison. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1942; 

D 79162. 
No. 541, The number is up. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1942; 

D 79163. 
No. 542, Reservoir for murder. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 

1942; D 79164. 

Grin and bear it. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1942; D 79070; 
Walter Bernstein, New York. 713 

Groom's bouquet; by Muriel Roy Bolton. © Dec. 12, 
1941; D 79061; Samuel French, New York. 

714 

Guns against the snow; by Harold Mers. © Jan. 27, 
1942; D 79099; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 

715 

Handle with care; book by L. Gallln & D. Hurwltz, 
lyrics by D. Hurwltz. [Text only] © 1 c. Jan. 
29, 1942; D 79054; Leo Gallln & Don Hurwltz, 
Hartford, Conn. 716 

Hapless heister. © 1 c.Dec. 22, 1941; D 79102; 
Harry Bell, North Hollywood, Calif. 717 

Haughty princess. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1942; D 79339; 
Christine F. Biunno, Corona, N. Y. 718 

Health, wealth and romance; by William D. Fisher. 
© Jan. 20, 1942; D 79093; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar 
Rapids, la. 719 

Heart trouble. See Stars over Hollywood. 

Her sable coat; by Alice CD. Riley. © Dec. 11, 
1941; D 79060; Samuel French, New York. 

720 

Hickory stick; by Sophie Rosenstein & Mel Dinelll. 
© Jan. 12, 1942; D 79136; Samuel French, New 
York. 721 

High command; by Vivian Crockett [1. e. C. V.] 
Crockett. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1942; D 79231; Clar- 
ence Vivian Crockett, Sydney, Australia. 

722 

His decisive choice. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1942; D 79170; 
Philip Cohen, Washington. 723 

His honor wouldn't like it; by A. G. Harrow & Arthur 
Harrow. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1942; D 79171; Alan 
George Harrow, Oberlln, O. 724 

Home (The) See What to do about It. 

Hornet finds the fence. See Green Hornet. 

Horse (A) on us. See First nlghter. 

Hunchback (The) © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1942; D 73181; 
Michael John Paris, Brooklyn. 725 

Hurdy gurdy man. See Dr. Christian. 

I don't want a doll; by Bee [I. e. Beatrice R.] Parvin 
& Al [i. e. A. A.] Parvin. © 1 c. Jan, 28, 1942; 
D 79037; A. Alvln Parvin, New York. 726 



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I have a relation. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1942; D 79308; 
Doris Carew, Los Angeles. 727 

Immerati. © 1 c. Nov. 19, 1941; D 76103; Isobel 
Stone, New York. 728 

Improvisation; by Ina George. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1942; 
D 79309; Whitney Blake music publishers. New 
York. 729 

In honored glory. © Feb. 10, 1942; D 79261; Mary 
Sullivan Kelley, Reidsville, N. C. 730 

Information please; by Bee [i. e. Beatrice R.] Par- 
vin & Al [i. e. A. A.] Parvin. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1942; D 79100; A. Alvin Parvin, New York. 

731 

Island god; libretto & music by Gian-CarloMenotti, 
English version by Fleming McLiesh. [Text 
only] © Feb. 5, 1942; D 79249; G. Ricordi & co., 
inc.. New York. 732 

It's the woman who pays; by Rudolph August. © 1 
c. Feb. 11, 1942; D 79232; Wilding picture sales 
Corp., Detroit. 733 

Jap-A-Nazis; by C. D. Bowers. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1942; 
D 79216; Whitney Blake music publishers, New 
York. 734 

Jephthah's daughter. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1942; D 79057; 
Dorothea Chalmers, Newark, Del. 735 

Jessie valve; by Tom [i. e. Charles C. S.] Gushing. 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1942; D 79312; William Strong 
Gushing, Groton, Mass. 736 

Johanna Balk; text von Casper Neher, musik von 
Rudolf Wagner-Regeny. © Feb. 13, 1941; D 
76098; Universal -edition, a. g., Vienna. 737 



Johnny Quinn, U. S. N. See Plays for Americans. 

Just in fun. © 1 c. Oct. 4, 1941; D 79212; Ruby 
Phillips Bramwell, Belleville, Kan. 738 

Karen. See Dr. Christian. 

Keep up with Joneses. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1942; D 79145; 
George Ross & Dorothy Ross, New York. 

739 

Keeper of the flame. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1942; D 76106; 
Isobel Stone, New York. 740 

Lady and the arsenic. See Louise of Louisiana. 

Lady makes a bet. See Stars over Hollywood. 

Lamia, Isabella, [and] St. Agnes' eve; based on three 
poems by John Keats. [Libretto] © 1 c. Feb. 6, 
1942; D 79172; James Whaler, Wilmington, Del. 

741 

Last command. See Lone Ranger. 

Laughter. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1942; D 79206; Jeannette 
Marks, Westport, N. Y. 742 

Legend of the birth of the V for victory. © 1 c. Feb. 
3, 1942; D 79121; Grete Rafael, New York. 

743 



Let not your heart be troubled; by Janda [i. e. E. R.] 
Cook. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1942; D 79303; Ella Robb 
Cook, Jamaica Estates, N. Y. 744 

Life can be beautiful; episode no. 881, by Carl Bijdjy 
& Don Becker. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1942; D 79108; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 745 

Life is pretty exciting; by Dena Reed. © 1 c. Jan. 
30, 1942; D 79066; Dena Reed Hovanec, Brooklyn. 

746 

Lil and Lou of Camptown; by Bob [i. e. R. B.] Drake. 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1942; D 79143; Robert B. Drake, 
Los Angeles. 747 

Lincoln and Booth and the river; or, With malice 
toward none, by Olivier Carolyn. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 
1942; D 79103; Carolyn O. Planck, Arlington, Va. 

748 

Lincoln wins again. See One day in Lincoln's life. 

Little gold rush. © 1 c, Feb. 11, 1942; D 79246; 
Paul S. Nathan, New York. 749 

Little Miss Whisk; based on the story by Hannibal 
Towle, book by Arthur Jay Jacobs & Arthur [i. e. 
Aaron] Jasspe, music & lyrics by Arthur [i. e. 
Aaron] Jasspe. [Text only] © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1942; 
D 79253; Aaron Jasspe, New York. 750 

Little shadow. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1942; D 79119; Zene 
B. Cutler, Chicago. 751 

Lone journey; continuity no. 422 E. T., by Sandra 
Michael & Peter Michael. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1942; 
D 79111; Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

752 

Lone Ranger; by Fran Striker. ® Lone Ranger, inc., 
Detroit. 753-759 

No. 1402-618, Via pony eiqiress. © 1 c. Feb, 4, 

1942; D 79148. 
No. 1403-619, Old woman's call. © 1 c. Feb* 4, 

1942; D 79149. 
No. 1404-620, Murder wears skirts. © 1 c. Feb. 

4, 1942; D 79150. 
No. 1405-621, Crystal canyon, © 1 c. Feb. 4, 

1942; D 79151. 
No. 1406-622, Last command. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 

1942; D 79152. 
No. 1407-623, Double exposure. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 

1942; D 79153. 
No. 1408-624, School for ranchers. © 1 c. Feb. 

4, 1942; D 79154. 

Lost and found. See Green Hornet. 

Louise of Louisiana; or, The lady and the arsenic, 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1942; D 79144; Paul M. Weill, 
New York. 760 



Love on a week-end; by Leo [i. e. J. A. L.] Carta. 
© 1 c. Feb. 6, 1942; D 79335; Jim Anthony Leo 
Carta, Brooklyn. 761 

Magic flute; libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder &Carl 
Ludwig Giesecke, music by Wolfgang Amadeus 
Mozart, English version by Ruth Martin & Thomas 
Martin. [Text only] © Dec. 8, 1941; D 79283; 
G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 762 



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no. 2, 1942 



806 



Makers of books. See School of the air of the Amer- 
icas, Americans at work. 



Man possessed. © 1 c. Nov. 
Isobel Stone, New York. 



D 79227; 
763 



Man who jumped overboard; by Tom [i. e. Charles 
C. S.] Gushing. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1942; D 79313; 
William Strong Gushing, Groton, Mass. 764 



Man's boss; by Poe [i. e, L. P.] Leggette. © 1 c. 
Feb. 4, 1942; D 79146; Lubin Poe Leggette, 
Huntington, W. Va. 765 

Maudie's diary. © Graeme Lorimer & Sarah Lor- 
imer, Gonshohocken, Pa, 766-775 

Episodes nos. 12-16. © 1 c. each Jan. 27, 1942; 

D 79051, 79189, 79052, 79182, 79183. 
Episodes nos. 17-21. © 1 c. each Dec. 31, 1941; 

D 79184-79188. 

Maxwell house coffee time; Jan, 15, 22, 1942, by 
Benton & Bowles, inc. © 1 c. each Jan. 29, 1942; 
D 79049, 79050; General foods Corp., New York. 

776, 777 

Melody in Maytime; book, lyrics & music by K. G. 
Macdonald, arrangements & orchestration by 
Donald J. Wright. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1941; D 76090; 
Keith Graham Macdonald, London, Ontario, 
Canada. 778 

Mike's bed of roses; by Ralph Cattell. © 1 c. Feb. 
11, 1942; D 79235; Wilding picture sales Corp., 
Detroit. 779 

Miracle of spring. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1942; D 79252; 
Charles Hauck Faber, Cresco, Pa. 780 

Miss Randy's boy. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1942; D 79338; 
Jane Douglass Crawford, New Haven. 781 

Moving out of Minnie. See Death Valley days. 

Murder by night. See First nighter. 

Murder by the law. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Murder wears skirts. See Lone Ranger. 

Murder while it rains. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1942; D 
79347; Jessie L. Marvin, New York. 782 

My true love; by Helen S. White. © Dec. 13, 1941; 
D 79059; Samuel French, New York. 783 

Ned Jordan - secret agent; by Fran Striker. © Ned 
Jordan - secret agent, inc., Detroit. 784-786 

No. 163, A word leads to sabotage. © 1 c. Feb. 

4, 1942; D 79165. 
No. 164, Snowslide for sabotage. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 

1942; D 79166. 
No. 165, Spies meet the Seeing Eye. © 1 c. Feb. 

4, 1942; D 79167. 

Neighborhood warriors, © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1942; D 
79341; Thurlow Weed Hoffmann & H. B. Hoffman, 
Clifton, N. J. 787 



Nethercote Hall; by Kenneth M. Ellis. © 1 c. Feb. 
6, 1942; D 79180; American historical foundation, 
inc., Washington. 788 

Night club debutante. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1942; D 79328; 
Leo Galitzine, Hollywood, Calif. 789 



Nine o clock women. 
Lillian G. Genn, 



© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1942; D 79239; 
Long Island City, N. Y. 

790 



No bowl of cherries. © Carola Bell Williams, 
Baltimore. 791-796 

Beauty at the door. © 1 c. Dec. 24, 1941; D 

79077. 
An early start. © 1 c, Dec. 24, 1941; D 79076. 
The first call. © 1 c. Dec. 24, 1941; D 79078. 
A good evening. © 1 c. Dec. 24, 1941; D 79079. 
Old news. © 1 c. Dec. 24, 1941; D 79075. 
Previous engagement. © 1 c. Dec. 24, 1941; D 

79074. 

No greater love; by William D. Fisher. © Jan. 23, 
1942; D 79132; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, 
la. 797 

Number is up. See Green Hornet. 

Of greater things. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1942; D 79088; 
John Edward Chopko, Trenton, N. J, 798 



Old acquaintance. © Dec. 
Van Druten, New York. 



15, 1941; D 79095; 



John 
799 



Old Adam; by Tom [i. e. Charles C. S.] Gushing. © 
1 c. Feb. 20, 1942; D 79314; William Strong Gush- 
ing, Groton, Mass. 800 

Old man gloom; by Ralph Cattell. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1942; D 79234; Wilding picture sales corp,, 
Detroit. 801 

Old man Wiggins takes over; by Salvatore J. Melone 
& Leo [i. e. J. A. L.] Carta. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1942; 
D 79336; Jim Anthony Leo Carta, Brooklyn. 

802 

Old news. See No bowl of cherries. 

Old Skin Flint. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1942; D 79325; 
Claire Handsaker Keeney, Whittier, Calif. 

803 

Old woman's call. See Lone Ranger. 

One day in Lincoln's life; a combination of Lincoln 
wins again, and A friend o' Abe's, by Thomas 
Broadhurst & I. Broadhurst. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1942; D 79305; Iva Broadhurst, New York. 

804 

One night before Christmas, © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1942; 
D 79244; Margaret L. D. Hatch, Fishkill, N. Y. 

805 

O'Neills; episode no. 1624, by Jane West. © 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1942; D 79106; Procter & Gamble co., 
Cincinnati. 806 



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Onward - for St. Mary's. >£) 1 c, Feb. 3, 1942; D 
79116; Walter Folmer, Rochester, N. Y. 807 

Open window. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1942; D 79092; Max- 
well Maltz, New York. 808 

Opera cloak; music by W. Damrosch, libretto by 
Gretchen Damrosch Finletter, pf. sc. by Marco 
Frank. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1942; D 76091; Walter 
Damrosch, New York. 809 

Optimist (The); by John McMahill. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 
1942; D 79332; Ann K. Willner, Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 810 

Orphan Nell; or, The tale of the moth and the flame, 
by Flo Knight Boyd. © Dec. 8, 1941; D 79135; 
Samuel French, New York. 811 

Out of my house. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1942; D 79071; 
Horton Foote, New York. 812 

Outpost. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1942; D 79041; Fred Ervin 
Howard, jr., Cochran, Ga. 813 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins; continuity no. 2230 E. T., 
by Orin Tovrov. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1942; D 79105; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 814 

Pad with interest. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1942; D 79228; 
Dominic Francis Mendola, New York. 815 

Pamela. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1942; D 79055; Helen Bar- 
bara Famalette, Locust Valley, N. Y. 816 

Paper says rain; book, music & lyrics by R. Bel- 
more & J. Winters. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1942; D 
76087; Ruth-Belmore & John Winters, New York. 

817 

Paradise mad. ® 1 c. Feb. 11, 1942; D 79247; Harry 
T. Marshall, Cleveland. 818 

Patriotic ceremony.© Feb. 4, 1942; D 79175; 
Alice Ella Sherman, Plattsburgh, N. Y. 819 



Pay day; by Dena Reed. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1942; D 
79118; Dena Reed Eovanec, Brooklyn. 820 

Penelope over the sun; by Pola Clair. © Dec. 20, 
1941; D 79262; Fleming H. Revell co.. New York. 

821 

Pepsodent company broadcast. © Lord & Thomas 
inc. Los Angeles. 822-824 

Jan. 20, 1942. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1942; D 79086. 
Jan. 27, 1942. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1942; D 79203. 
Feb. 10, 1942. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1942; D 79320. 

Personal island; by Pauline Williams [pseud, of A. 
P. W. Snapp] © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1942; D 79221; Alice 
Pauline Williams Snapp, Albuquerque, N. M. 

825 

Pillars of heaven; by Carl R. Westhoff . © 1 c. Jan. 
17, 1942; D 79225; Richard Westhoff, Palo Alto, 
Calif. 826 

Plays for Americans; no. 1, Johnny Quinn, U. S. N. 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1942; D 79087; Arch Oboler, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. 827 



Portrait of a woman; Feb. 5, 1942. © 1 c. Feb, 7, 
1942; D 79202; Transamerican broadcasting & 
television Corp., New York. 828 

Previous engagement. See No bowl of cherries. 

Procrastination. See What to do about it. 

Professor Broadway; by Richard Harvey, S. Schles- 
inger & Aaron Fine. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1942; D 
79065; Samuel Schlesinger, New York. 829 

Psychopathic ward. See Ward 13. 

Queen Snow-drop and Jack Frost. ® 1 c. Feb. 4, 
1942; D 79147; Mabel Nichols, New York. 830 

Quejo, the outlaw. See Death Valley days. 

Racket goes thru the wringer. See Green Hornet. 

Radio doctor's advice. © 1 c. Feb, 3, 1942; D 79122; 
Isidor Schlessel, Brooklyn. 831 

Ravell'd sleeve of care. © Dec. 29, 1941; D 79134; 
Clyde North, New York. 832 

Reasonable men. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1942; D 79179; 
Hoffman R. Hays, New York. 833 

Report to the nation. © Columbia broadcasting 
system, inc., New York. 834, 835 

Sept. 16, 1941, Boomtown on the Potomac. © 

Oct. 31, 1941; D 79129. 
Dec. 16, 1941, Rumors. © Dec. 12, 1941; D 79128. 

Reservoir for murder. See Green Hornet. 

Return of Anatole Chevanic. See Shadow. 

Reunion in America; first episode. The story of 
Alice Ames, a nurses' aide. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1942; D 79241; Fred Ervin Howard, jr., Cochran, 
Ga. 836 

Rhyme without reason. © Dec. 22, 1941; D 79045; 
S. A. DeWitt, Yonkers, N. Y. 837 

Right to happiness; episode no. 512, by Irna Phillips. 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1942; D 79109; Procter & Gamble 
CO., Cincinnati. 838 

Road of life; episode no. 1129, by Irna Phillips. © 
1 c. Feb. 3, 1942; D 79107; Procter & Gamble 
CO., Cincinnati. 839 

Rolling along. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1942; D 79173; Pincus 
W. Tell, New York. 840 

Romance is in the air. See First nighter. 

Rosey; by Theodore S. Haye. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1942; 
D 79064; Ralph Weinstein, Monticello, N. Y. 

841 

Rumors. See Report to the nation. 

Runaway temper. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1942; D 79337; 
Mrs E. D. Arthur, Los Angeles. 842 

Satan! Pull up a chair. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1942; D 
79215; Jewel Steven, New York. 843 



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School for ranchers. See Lone Ranger. 

School of the air of the Americas. Americans at 
work; Makers of books. © Dec. 18, 1941; D 
79131; Columbia broadcasting system, inc.. 
New York. 844 



This living world; The worker after the de- 
fense program. © Dec. 22, 1941; D 79130; Col- 
umbia broadcasting system, inc.. New York. 

845 



Search. © 1 c. Feb. 2 
Friedman, New York. 



1942; D 79318; Marcel 
846 



Seven day book. See Dr. Christian. 

Seventy times seven. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1942; D 79306; 
Jane Crusinberry, Chicago. 847 

Shadow; by Sidney Slon & Peter Barry. © Street & 
Smith publications, inc.. New York. 

848-851 

Jan. 25, 1942^ Dead man's revenge. © 1 c. Jan. 

28, 1942; D 79053. 
Feb. 1, 1942, The return of Anatole Chevanic. 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1942; D 79199. 
Feb. 8, 1942, Design for death. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 

1942; D 79256. 
Feb. 15, 1942, Death speaks twice. © 1 c. Feb. 

18, 1942; D 79322. 

Shadow over dawn; by Mark Allen. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1942; D 79301; Jacob Tullen, Philadelphia. 

852 

Ship south; text by A. Ronell, music by N. Berezow- 
sky. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1942; D 76089; Ann Ronell & 
Nicolai Berezcwsky, New York. 853 

Six weeks in the month of August; by Adele Klaer 
[pseud, of A. K. Robinson] © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1942; 
D 79201; Adele Klaer Robinson, Norwalk, Conn. 

854 

Sleepy Pan. See Dr. Christian. 

Snowslide for sabotage. See Ned Jordan - secret 
agent. 

So soon forgot; by Michael Moore [pseud, of S. 
Morse] © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1942; D 79299; Samuel 
Morse, New York. 855 

Sons and sabotage. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1942; D 79115; 
Marian Eddv Standish, Grosse Pointe, Mich. 

856 

Spies meet the Seeing Eye. See Ned Jordan - secret 
agent. 



Stars over Holljrwood. 



Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 
857, 858 



Jan. 24, 1942, The lady makes a bet, by Jloger 

Denny. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1942; D 79117. 
Jan. 31, 1942, Heart trouble, by Maurice Zimm. 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 194^ D 79218. 
/ 
Stone wall 'gator. © Feb. 19, 1942; D 79210; Law- 
rence Kahn, Tuscaloosa, Ala. 859 



Story of Alice Ames, a nurses' aide. See Reunion 
in America. 

Story of Mary Marlin. © Jane Crusinberry, Chicago. 

860-862 

Episodes nos. 1752, 1753, © 1 c. each Jan. 7, 

1942; D 79125, 79126. 
Episode 1758. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1942; D 79307. 

Tale of the moth and the flame. See Orphan Nell. 

Terry's two darlings. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1942; D 79207; 
John Joseph Dowdakin, Weaverville, Calif. 



Texaco star theatre; by Fred Allen, 
enterprises, inc., New York. 



Batchelor 
864-866 



Jan. 28, 1942. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1942; D 79085. 
Feb. 11, 18, 1942. © 1 c. each Feb. 21, 1942; 
D 79326, 79327. 

These are my people. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1942; D 79329; 
Pincus W. Tell, New York. 867 

These shall not perish; by Kenneth R. Oldman & 
Mabel V. Bell. © Feb. 10, 1942; D 79240; Walter 
L. Bissell, Cleveland. 868 

Thirteen by Corwin; by N. Corwin, preface by Carl 
VanDoren. © Jan. 27, 1942; D 79330; Norman 
Corwin, New York. 869 

Thirty minutes from the Chimes of Normandy ; 
based on the opera by Robert Planquette, text by 
Arthur Johnson & May Van Dyke, music by R. 
Planquette. © Feb. 2, 1942; D 76095; Belwin, 
inc.. New York. 870 

Thirty minutes with Carmen; based on the opera by 

Georges Bizet, text by Arthur Johnson & May Van 

• Dyke, music by G. Bizet. © Feb. 2, 1942; D 

76094; Belwin, inc.. New York. 871 

Thirty minutes with lolanthe; based on the Gilbert 
& Sullivan opera, by Arthur Johnson & May Van 
Dyke. © Jan. 20, 1942; D 76086; Belwin, inc., 
New York. 872 

Thirty minutes with Maritana; based on the opera 
by William Vincent Wallace, text by Arthur John- 
son &May Van Dyke, music by W. V. Wallace, 
© Feb. 2, 1942; D 76093; Belwin, inc., New York. 

873 

Thirty minutes with Martha; based on the opera by 
Friedrich von Flotow, text by Arthur Johnson & 
May Van Dyke, music by Friedrich von Flotow . 
© Jan. 29, 1942; D 76097; Belwin, inc., New York. 

874 

Thirty minutes with the Bohemian girl; based on the 
opera by Michael William Balfe, text by Arthur 
Johnson & May Van Dyke, music by M. W. Balfe. 
© Feb. 2, 1942; D 76092; Belwin, inc.. New York. 

875 

Thirty minutes with the Gondoliers; based on the 
Gilbert & Sullivan opera, text by Arthur Johnson 
& May Van Dyke, music by Gilbert & Sullivan. 
© Jan. 29, 1942; D 76096; Belwin, inc.. New York. 

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877 



pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 



Three cheers for Western; by William p. Fisher. 
© Jan. 19, 1942; D 79094; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar 
Rapids, la. 877 



Through the Alpine woods. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 
D 79346; Jessie L. Marvin, New York, 



1942; 
878 



Tide between. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1942; D 79177; Frank- 
lin Arthur Warren, Waterbury, Conn. 879 

Time of your life; by William Saroyan. © Dec. 17, 
1941; D 79096; Samuel French, New York. 880 

Timid soul. © Douglas F.Storer, New York. 881-887 

Dec. 28, 1941, Jan. 4, 1942. © 1 c. each Jan. 8, 

1942; D 79080, 79081. 
Jan. 11, 18, 1942. © 1 c. each Jan. 20, 1942; D 

79082, 79083. 
Jan. 25, 1942. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1942; D 79089. 
Feb. 1, 8, 1942. © 1 c. each Feb. 11, 1942; D 

79243, 79242. 

To Tommy with love; by Dolores Birk Kitchens. 
© Dec. 8, 1941; D 79058; Samuel French, New 
York. 888 

Tomorrow may never come. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1942; 
D 79236; Janice Pollack, Brooklyn. 889 

Tragedy of King Richard the second; by William 
Shakespeare, edited by George Lyman Kittr edge. 
©Dec. 2, 1941; A 161659; Ginn &co., Boston. 890 

Trouble solvers; by Robert St. Clair. © Jan. 22, 
1942; D 79097; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, 
la. 891 

Troupers; by John McMahill. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1942; 
D 79333; Ann K. Willner, Beverly Hills, Calif. 892 

Turn to the right. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Two -bits. See Death Valley days. 

Ucitel Zadruba. See Bily jsme a bubem. 

Uber alles siegt die liebe; operette nach Gutzkows 
"Zopf und schwert", von Brimo Hardt-Warden, 
musik von Edmund Nick. © Feb. 13, 1941; D 
76100; Wiener operetten-verlag, g. m. b. h., 
Vienna. 893 

Unconsciously yours. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1942; D 79114; 
Wayne Lawrence & Sam Taylor, Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 894 

V as in victory. © Jan. 27, 1942; D 79098; Chris- 
topher Sergei, Chicago. 895 

Veilchenredoute; von Hans Adler, musik von Carl 
Cerne, nach motiven von Richard Genee. © May 
17, 1941; D 76105; Wiener operetten-verlag, g. 
m. b. h., Vienna. 896 

Very light brigade; by Kathryn Prather. © Jan. 5, 
1942; D 79223; Row, Peter, jn & co., Evanston, 
111. 897 

Via pony express. See Lone Ranger. 

Vic and Sade; Jan. 20, 1942, by Paul Rhymer. © 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1942; D 79104; Procter & Gamble co., 
Cincinnati. 898 



Voice in the wilderness. © 1 c. Nov. 19, 1941; D 
76104; Isobel Stone, New York. 899 

Walls have ears; script no. 2, by Wallii^ Groome. 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1942; D 79038; Walling Groome 
Leach, New York. 900 

Ward 13; or. The psychopathic ward. © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1942; D 79345; Ray Earl Koons, Los Angeles. 

901 

Washington women; by Gene Hill [pseud, of E. A. 
Renouf] © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1942; D 79091; Eugenie 
Antonia Renoxif , Washington. 902 

Watch yourself go by. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1942; D 79300; 
Theodore Browne, Roxbury, Mass. 903 

We call it freedom; by Dorothy Clarke Wilson. © 
Jan. 23, 1942; D 79319; Friendship press, inc.. 
New York. 904 



What to do about it. 



Milby W. Lloyd, Detroit. 

905, 906 



Episode 1, The home. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1941; D 

79141. 
Episode 2, Procrastination. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1941; 

D 79142. 

What would you, ladies. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1942; D 
79238; Harry Timothy Madden, New York. 

907 

What's cookin'; book, lyrics & music by Howard 
Phillips & Bob [i. e. R.] Warren. [Text only] © 
1 c. Jan. 9. 1942; D 79043; Robert Warren, New 
York. 908 



WTiat's in a kiss. © 1 c. Feb. 
Sophie Wilds, New York. 



5, 1942; D 79169; 



When presses roar; Dec. 26, 1941, by Richard Well. 
© 1 C.Jan. 10, 1942; D 79073; Hearst publications, 
inc., Los Angeles. 910 

Where there's a will; by Ryland [i. e. E. R.] Carter. 
© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1942; D 79237; Eugene Ryland 
Carter, New York. 911 

Where to; lyrics by Rudy Vallee & Jack Osterman, 
music by Elliot Daniels & Elliot Jacoby. ® Nov. 
6, 1939; D 76088; Robbins music Corp., New York. 

912 

White slave, and other plays; by Bartley Campbell, 
ed. by Napier Wilt. © Dec. 22, 1941; D 79047; 
Princeton univ. press, Princeton, N. J. 913 



Wicked sister. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1942; D 79208; Marco 
Carson, Palisades, N. Y. 914 

Will you be in business a year from now. © 1 c. 
Feb. 20, 1942; D 79317; AudiVision, inc.. New 
York. 915 



With children leading; by Edith W. Cope. © Dec. 10, 
1941;D 79046; Friends' peace committee of Phila- 
delphia yearly meetings & Religious education 
committee of Arch street yearly meeting, Phila- 
delphia. 916 



26 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 2, 1942 



920 



With malice toward none 
and the river. 



See Lincoln and Booth 



Woman in white: continuity no. 1048, by Irana Phil- 
lips. ® 1 c. Feb. 3, 1942; D 79112; Procter & 
Gamble CO., Cincinnati. 917 

Woman of Capernaum. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1942; D 
79258 ;Marjorie Winifred Brachlow, Minneapolis. 

918 

Word leads to sabotage. See Ned Jordan - secret 
agent. 



Worker after the defense program. See School of 
the air of the Americas. This living world. 

Yankee king. © 1 c. Nov. 19, 1941; D 76102; Isobel 
Stone, New York, 919 

Yankee trash. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1942; D 79217; Sylvia 
Greenwood Reeves, Smoot, Wy. 920 



Zopf und schwert. See Uber alles siegt die liebe. 



Number of entries of dramas included in Part 1, group 3, of the catalog since Jan. 1, 1942: 

Dramatic compositions (including 511 unpublished) 625 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 5 impublished) 5 

Dramatico- musical compositions (including 21 unpublished) 34 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including unpublished) 4 

Total - - 668 



27 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909. 

[920 



As the curtain falls; by Percival L. Weil [i.e. Per- 
cival Wilde] © Percival Wilde, Sharon, Conn. R 
103014, Dec. 29, 1941. 1 

Aunt Celie; by Lorna Douglas [pseud, of C. C. West] 
© Charlotte C. West, New York. R 103795, Jan. 15, 
1942. 2 

Back of the yards; by Kenneth Sawyer Goodman. © 
The Stage guild, Chicago. R 104392, Jan. 28, 1942. 

3 

Brewster's millions; by Melville Stone and Winchell 
Smith. © Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. R 
104230, Jan. 24, 1942. 4 

Burning daylight; from story by Jad< London. © 
Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. R 104233, 
Jan. 24, 1942. 5 

Clod (The) © Emmet Lewis Beach, jr., Saginaw, 
Mich. R 104076, Jan. 23, 1942. 6 

Crinoline girl; by Otto A. Hauerbach. © Otto Abeles 
Harbach, Mamaroneck, N. Y. R 104382, Jan. 28, 
1942. 7 

Dawn; by Percival L. Weil [i.e. Percival Wilde] © 
Percival Wilde, Sharon, Conn. R 103015, Dec. 29, 

1941. 8 

Dead (The) hand; by Edith [i.e. M. E.] Orr. © Mary 
Edith Orr, Cambridge, Mass. R 104423, Jan. 28, 

1942. 9 

Fool's gold. See Sinners. 

Four-flushers. © Cleves Kinkead, Louisville. R 
104219, Jan. 26, 1942. 10 

Francesca da Rimini; di GabrieleD'Annunzio, ridotta 
da T. Ricordi. Libretto, Italian text. © Tito 
Ricordi, Milan. R 104519, Jan. 24, 1942. 11 

Girl from Childs. © ArchieColby, New York. R 
104478, Feb. 2, 1942. 12 

Girl of the GoldenWest; by David Belasco. © Relna 
Belasco Best, New York. R 105381, Feb. 25, 1942. 

13 



Green coat; by Alfred de Musset & Emile Augier, 
tr. from the French by B. H. Clark. © Barrett 
Harper Clark, Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. R 104420, 
Jan. 26, 1942. 14 

Hearts a'glow. © Charlotte C. West, New York. R 
103796, Jan. 15, 1942. 15 

Her husbands wife. © Albert E. Thomas, New York. 
R 103725, Jan. 12, 1942. 16 

Kisasszony (A) ferje. © Gabriel Dregely, Budapest, 
Hungary. R 104390, Jan. 22, 1942. 17 

Marriage proposal; by Anton Tckekoff, English ver- 
sion by Hilmar Baukhage & B. H. Clark. © 
Barrett Harper Clark, Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. 

18 

Noble lord; by Percival L.Weil [i.e. Percival Wilde] 
© Percival Wilde, Sharon, Conn. R 103016, Dec. 
29, 1941. 19 

Poor rich man. © Joseph A. Mitchell, HoUjrwood, 
Calif. R 104128, Jan. 26, 1942. 20 

Return of Peter Grimm; by David Belasco. © Reina 
Belasco Best, New York. R 106044, Mar. 7, 1942. 

21 

Seven keys to Baldpate; farce, by G. M. Cohan, 
based on novel by Earl Derr Biggers. © George 
M. Cohan, New York. R 103002, Dec. 27, 1941. 22 



Sinners; or. Fool's gold. 
R 103046, Jan. 3, 1942. 



Owen Davis, New York. 
23 



Tragedy of Pompey the Great; rev. ed. © John 
Masefield, Abingdon, Berkshire, England. R 
104227, Jan. 26, 1942. 24 

Wager (The); by Giuseppe Goacosa, tr. by B. H. 
Clark. © Barrett Harper Clark, Briarcliff Man- 
or, N. Y. R 104418, Jan. 26, 1942. 25 

What does the public want? © Barney Gerard, 
White Plains, N. Y. R 104229, Jan. 23, 1942. 26 

Ziegfeld follies of 1914; book by George V. Hobart, 
music by Raymond Hubbell. Book & lyrics. © 
Donald Bayne Hobart & Vere Hobart, New York. 
R 104618, Feb. 3, 1942. 27 



CLASSES L AND M 
MOTION PICTURES 



Adventures of Martin Eden; based on the novel 
Martin Eden by Jack London. © Feb. 18, 1942; 
L 11066; Columbia pictures corp., HoUsrwood, 
Calif. 921 

Afire afloat. See Holt of the secret service. 

Aircraft welding. © title & descr. recd= Feb. 12, 
1942; 165 prints reed. Feb. 9; M 12159; Jam 
Handy picture service, inc., Detroit. 922 

Any bonds today. © Jan. 19, 1942; M 12084; Sound- 
ies distributing Corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

923 

Bahama passage; based on a story by Nelson Hayes. 
© Dec. 5, 1941; L 11043; Paramoimt pictures, 
inc.. New York. 924 

Ball of fire; from an original story by Billy Wilder 
& Thomas Monroe. © Dec. 1, 1941; L 11063; 
Samuel Goldwyn, Los Angeles. 925 

Beautiful Ontario. © July 15, 1941; M 12065; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 



Before the doctor comes. © title, descr. & 696 
prints reed. Feb. 6, 1942; M 12153; American 
red cross, Washington. 927 

Bellum Punicum secundum. © Feb. 25, 1942; M 
12161; Bald eagle film productions, inc., New 
Haven. 928 

Best defense. © title & descr. reed. Feb. 21, 1942; 
165 prints reed. Feb. 24; M 12194; Chevrolet 
motor div.. General motors sales corp., Detroit. 



Better bowling. ® Jan. 
mount pictures, inc., 



23, 1942; M 12092; Para- 
New York. 930 



Billy the Kid trapped. © Jan. 30, 1942; L 11053; 
Producers releasing corp,. New York. 931 

Black-throated green warbler, magnolia warbler, 
the redstart and the yellow warbler. © Jan. 3, 
1942; M 12136; Joseph Heidenkamp, jr., Pitts- 
burgh. 932 

Blues in the night. © Jan. 26, 1942; M 12143; Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

933 

Broadway big shot. © Jan. 28, 1942; L 11054; Pro- 
ducers releasing corp.. New York. 934 

Buenos Aires today. © Oct. 10, 1941; M 12094; 
Columbia pictures corp., Holljrwood, Calif. 

935 

Bugle call rag. © Feb. 9, 1942; M 12181; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

936 



Bugle sounds; based upon a story by Lawrence 
Kimble & Cyril Hume. © Dec. 16, 1941; L 11038 ; 
Loew's, inc.. New York. 937 

Cactus makes perfect. ©Feb. 18, 1942; L 11064; 
Columbia pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 938 

Captain Midnight; based upon the radio serial Cap- 
tain Midnight. ©Columbia pictures Corp., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 939, 940 

Chap. no. 1, Mysterious pilot. © Feb. 15, 1942; 

L 11071. 
Chap. no. 2, The stolen range finder. © Feb. 22, 

1942; L 11072. 

Caught in the draft, © May 23, 1941; L 11050; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 941 

Cedar waxwing. © Jan. 3, 1942; M 12134; Joseph 
Heidenkamp, jr., Pittsburgh. 942 

City within a city. © Aug, 8, 1941; M 12080; Col- 
umbia pictures Corp., Holl3rwood, Calif. 943 

Cocktails for two. © Feb. 2, 1942; M 12167; Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago, 

944 

Combustao cyclone. © title, descr. & 4 prints reed, 
Feb. 6, 1942;M 12156;Wright aeronautical corp,, 
Paterson. 945 

Combustion cyclone, Spanish version, © title, 
descr. St. 4 prints reed. Feb. 6, 1942; M 12157; 
Wright aeronautical corp., Paterson. 946 



Come on danger. © Jan. 26, 1942; L 11032; 
radio pictures, inc.. New York. 



RKO- 

947 



Comin' thru the Rye. © Jan. 26, 1942; M 12146; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 948 

Community sing. © Columbia pictures corp., Holly- 



wood, Calif 



949-951 



Series 5, no. 8. © July 1, 1941; M 12069. 
Series 6, nos. 5, 6. © Dec. 1, 31, 1941; M 12071, 
12072. 
Con estas armas. © Dec. 18, 1941; M 12152; Amer. 
social hygiene assn.. New York. 952 

Cuban Pete. © Feb. 9, 1942; M 12175; Soundies 
distributingcorp. of America, inc., Chicago. 953 

Curse of the cave. See Iron claw. 

Cyclone combustion, ® title, descr. & 4 prints reed. 
Feb. 6, 1942; M 12155; Wright aeronautical Corp., 
Paterson. 954 



Doin' the ratamaeue. © Feb. 9, 1942; M 12174; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 955 



29 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



956 



pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 



Don't let Julia fool ya. © Jan. 26, 1942; M 12145; 
Soundies distributing corp, of America, inc., 
Chicago. 956 

Downy woodpecker and the northern flicker. © 
Jan. 3, 1942; M 12129; Joseph Heidenkamp, jr., 
Pittsburgh. 957 

Eastern chipping sparrow, and the Eastern goldfinch. 
© Jan. 3, 1942; M 12140; Joseph Heidenkamp, jr., 
Pittsburgh. 958 

Eastern cowbird, and Baltimore oriole. © Jan. 3, 
1942; M 12137; Joseph Heidenkamp, jr., Pitts- 
burgh. 959 

Eastern field sparrow, white -throated sparrow and 
the rose-breasted grosbeak. © Jan. 3, 1942; M 
12139; Joseph Heidenkamp, jr., Pittsburgh. 960 

Eastern house wren, catbird and the brown thrash- 
er. © Jan. 3, 1942; M 12132; Joseph Heidenkamp, 
jr., Pittsburgh. 961 

English sparrow, song sparrow and the cardinal. 
© Jan. 3, 1942; M 12138; Joseph Heidenkamp, jr., 
Pittsburgh. 962 

Fiesta. © Dec. 31, 1941; L 11052; Hal Roach 
studios, inc.. New York. 963 

Foxtrot (The) © Feb. 10, 1942; M 12166; Folke 
Robert Espling, Los Angeles. 964 

From nuts to soup. © Sept. 5, 1941; M 12095; Col- 
umbia pictures corp., HoUjrwood, Calif. 965 

Gallup poll. © Nov. 7, 1941; M 12073; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 966 

Gay nineties. © Jan. 26, 1942; L 11042; Universal 
pictures co., inc.. New York. 967 

General nuisance. © Sept. 18, 1941; L 11028; Col- 
umbia pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 968 

Glove birds. © Feb. 2, 1942; L 11065; Columbia 
pictures corp., HoUsrwood, Calif. 969 

Half shot at sunrise. © Sept. 4, 1941; L 11027; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 970 

Hawaiian war chant. © Feb. 2, 1942; M 12168; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 971 

He plays gin rummy. © Jan. 19, 1942; M 12091; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 972 

He's 1-A in the army and he's A-1 in my heart. © 
Feb. 9, 1942; M 12177; Soundies distributing 
corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 973 

Hi, neighbor. © Jan. 26, 1942; M 12144; Soundies 
distributingcorp. of America, inc., Chicago. 974 

Historic Maryland. © Jan. 26, 1942; M 12075; 
Loew's, inc.. New York. 975 

History fulfilling prophecy. © title, descr. & 5 
prints reed. Jan. 30, 1942; M 12141; Edwin Ful- 
fford FoUick, Los Angeles. 976 



History in the making; v. 1, no. 1. © Jan. 5, 1942; 
M 12067; Time, inc., New York. 977 

Hollywood detour. © Jan. 23, 1942; L 11070; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 978 

Hollywood matador. © Jan. 28, 1942; M 12142; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc. & Walter Lantz produc- 
tions, New York. 979 

Holt of the secret service. © Columbia pictures 
Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 980-982 

Chap. no. 2, Ramparts of revenge. © Nov. 21, 

1941; L 11024. 
Chap, no, 14, Afire afloat. © Jan. 22, 1942; L 

11025. 
Chap. no. 15, Yielded hostage. © Jan. 29, 1942; 

L 11068. 

Homework. © Jan. 9, 1942; L 11059; RKO-radio 
pictures, inc.. New York. 983 

Homesteads of hate. See Land of the open range. 



Hop, skip and jump. © Feb. 
Soimdies distributing corp. 
Chicago. 



3, 1942; M 12176; 
of America, inc., 



I got it bad and that ain't good. © Jan. 19, 1942; M 
12088; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago, 985 

In the sweet pie and pie. © Oct. 16, 1941; L 11044; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 986 

Iron claw; chap, 10, The curse of the cave. © Oct. 
13, 1941; L 11047; Columbia pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 987 

Jealous. © Feb. 2, 1942; M 12172; Soundies distri- 
buting corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 988 

Joan of Paris; from a story by Jacques Thery & 
Georges Kessel. © Jan. 24, 1942; L 11058; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 989 

Joe Smith, American; based upon story by Paul Gal- 
ileo. © Jan. 13, 1942; L 11037; Loew's, inc., 
New York. 990 

Journey in Tunisia, © Aug. 15, 1941; M 12081; 
Columbia pictures corp., Holljrwood, Calif. 

991 

Jungle fishing. © Oct. 10, 1941; M 12093; Columbia 
pictures corp., HoUjrwood, Calif. 992 

Keep them coming in. © title & descr. reed. Feb. 
21, 1942; 154 prints reed. Feb. 24; M 12195; 
Chevrolet motor div.. General motors sales 
Corp., Detroit. 993 

Kink of the campus. © Dec. 15, 1941; L 11034; 
Columbia pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

994 

Kitchen quiz; no. 3. © Feb. 12, 1942; M 12197; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 995 

Lady is willing; from a story by James Edward 
Grant. © Jan. 26, 1942; L 11035; Columbia pic- 
tures Corp., HoUjrwood, Calif. 996 



30 



MOTION PICTURES 



no. 2. 1942 



1072 



Land of the open range; from the story Homesteads 
of hate, by Lee Bond. © Jan. 26, 1942; L 11033; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc.. New York. 997 

Livin', lovin', laughin'. ® Jan. 26, 1942; M 12147; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago, 998 

Lone Rider and the bandit. ©Jan. 14, 1942; L 11046; 
Producers releasing corp., New York. 



Lone Star law men. © Dec. 5, 1941; L 11040; Mono- 
gram pictures corp., Holljrwood, Calif. 

1000 

Love in gloom. © Aug. 15, 1941; L 11045; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1001 

Magic of magnolias. © Jan. 19, 1942; M 12090; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 1002 

Main streeton the march. © Jan. 13, 1942; L 11039; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 1003 

Man who came to dinner; from the play by George 
S. Kaufman & Moss Hart. © Jan. 24, 1942; L 
11031; Warner bros. pictures, inc.. New York. 

1004 



March of time; v. 8, no. 6. © Jan, 
12128; Time, inc., New York. 



1942; M 
1005 



Martin Eden. See Adventures of Martin Eden. 

Matter of management. © title & descr. reed. Feb. 
21, 1942; 132 prints reed. Feb. 24; M 12196; 
Chevrolet motor div., General Motors sales corp., 
Detroit, 1006 

Mexican spitfire at sea. © Jan. 1, 1942; L 11057; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc.. New York. 1007 

Minnie the mermaid. © Feb. 2, 1942; M 12171; 
Soundies distributing coip. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 1008 

Minnie the moocher. © Feb. 9, 1942; M 12178; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 1009 

Modern design. © Jan. 19, 1942; M 12087; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

1010 

Moonlight masquerade. © Feb. 2, 1942; M 12169; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 1011 

Movietone news; v. 24, nos. 33-38. © Dec. 30, 1941, 
Jan. 1, 6, 8, 13, 15, r42; M 12188-12193; Movie- 
tonews, inc.. New York. 



Mysterious pilot. See Captain Midnight. 



1012-1017 



Nadocky (The) © Jan. 26, 1942; M 12149; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

1018 

Native land. © title & descr. reed. Feb. 13, 1942; 
2 prints reed. Feb. 16; M 12162; Frontier films 
inc., New York. 1019 



New York's finest. © Nov. 7, 1941; M 12070; Col- 
umbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

1020 

News of the day; v. 13, nos. 231-238. © Dec. 30, 
1941, Jan. 1, 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 1942; M 12076, 
12077, 12182-12187; Hearst Metrotonenews, inc.. 
New York. 1021-1028 

No hands on the clock; from the novel by Geoffrey 
Homes. © Dec. 5, 1941; L 11061; Paramoimt 
pictures, inc.. New York. 1029 

Paramount news; nos. 13-40. © Oct. 10, 14, 17, 
21, 24, 28, 31, Nov. 4, 7, 11, 14, 18, 21, 25, 28, 
Dec. 2, 5, 9, 12, 16, 19, 23, 26, 30, 1941, Jan. 2, 
6, 9, 13, 1942; M 12096-12123; Paramount pic- 
tures inc., New York. 1030-1057 



Polo champions. © Nov. 7, 1941; M 12064; 
bia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 



Colum- 
1058 



Porky's pastry pirates. © Jan. 24, 1942; M 12068; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 1059 

Power plus. © title & descr. reed. Feb. 12, 1942; 
66 prints reed. Feb. 9; M 12160; Chevrolet motor 
div.. General motors sales corp., Detroit. 

1060 

Prairie horned lark, the purple martin and the barn 
swallow. © Jan. 3, 1942; M 12130; Joseph Heid- 
enkamp, jr., Pittsburgh. 1061 

Ramparts of revenge. See Holt ofthe secret service. 

Reap the wild wind; based on a story by Thelma 
Strabel. © Jan. 30, 1942; L 11062; Paramount 
pictures, inc.. New York. 1062 

Red-eyed vireo, black and white warbler and the 
Louisiana water thrush. © Jan. 3, 1942; M 12135; 
Joseph Heidenkamp, jr., Pittsburgh. 1063 

Robin, woodthrush and the bluebird. © Jan. 3, 1942; 
M 12133; Joseph Heidenkamp, jr., Pittsburgh. 

1064 

Rumba (The) © Feb. 10, 1942; M 12165; Folke 
Robert Espling, Los Angeles. 1065 

Screen snapshots; series 21, nos. 1, 2. © Aug. 15, 
Sept. 12, 1941;M 12062, 12074; Columbiapictures 
Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1066, 1067 

Sex hygiene. © title & descr. &4 prints reed. Feb. 
5, 1942; M 12151; Audio productions, inc.,. Long 
Island City, N. Y. 1068 

Shanghai gesture; from the play by John Colton. © 
Dec. 25, 1941; L 11051; Arnold productions, inc.. 
New York. 1069 

She lived next door to a firehouse. © Jan. 26, 1942; 
M 12150; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 1070 

Shut my big mouth. © Feb. 18, 1942; L 11067; Col- 
umbia pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1071 

Sing for your supper. © Dec. 4, 1941; L 11026; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

1072 



31 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



1073 



n. s., V, 15 



Sing your worries away. ® Jan. 30, 1942; L 11060; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc.. New York. 1073 

Sinner kissed an angel. © Jan. 19, 1942; M 12086; 
Sovindies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 1074 

Speaking of animals at the county fair. © Jan. 2, 
1942; M 12078; Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. 1075 

Speaky-spak-spoke. © Jan, 19, 1942; M 12089; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 1076 



Stolen range finder. See Captain Midnight. 



Strange facts. © 
pictures corp. 



Dec. 1, 1941; M 12083; 
Hollywood, Calif. 



Columbia 
1077 



Strangler (The) © Dec. 28, 1941; L 11055; 
ducers releasing corp.. New York. 



Pro- 
1078 



Struttin' to Sutton place. © Feb. 9, 1942; M 12179; 
Soimdies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 1079 

Sullivan's travels. © Dec. 4, 1941; L 11049; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 1080 

Superman in Billion dollar limited. © Jan. 9, 1942; 
L 11029; Paramoxmt pictures, inc.. New York. 

1081 

Take it or leave it; series 1, no. 4. © July 21, 1941; 
M 12079; Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, 
Calif. 1082 

Tangled angler. © Jan. 10, 1942; L 11048; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 1083 

Tango (The) © Feb. 10, 1942; M 12164; Folke Robert 
Espling, Los Angeles. 1084 

Tee up. © Aug. 1, 1941; M 12063; Columbia pictures 
Corp., Holl3rwood, Calif. 1085 

Thanks for the googie ride. © Feb. 9, 1942; M 
12180; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 1086 

This changing world. © Aug. 1, 1941; M 12083; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1087 

This love of mine. © Feb, 2, 1942; M 12173; Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

1088 



Three blonde mice. © Jan. 22, 1942; L 11069; Col- 
umbia pictures Corp., HoUsrwood, Calif, 1089 

Thundering hoofs, © Jan, 26, 1942; L 11030; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc.. New York. 1090 

Top sergeant Mulligan; based on an original idea by 
William West. © Oct. 17, 1941; L 11041; Mono- 
gram pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1091 

Tufted titmouse, black-capped chickadee and the 
nuthatch, © Jan. 3, 1942; M 12131; Joseph Heid- 
enkamp, jr., Pittsburgh, 1092 



Under the shedding chestnut tree. © Feb. 2, 
L 11073; Screen gems, inc., Los Angeles. 



1942; 
1093 



Universal newsreel; v. 14, nos. 41-44. © Dec. 16 , 
18, 23, 25, 1941; M 12124-12127; Universal pic- 
tures CO., inc.. New York, 1094-1097 

Useful knots. © titles & descr, reed, Feb. 6, 1942; 
121 prints reed. Feb. 2; M 12154; Jam Handy 
picture service, inc., Detroit. 1098 

Valley of the sun; based on the story by Clarence 
Budington Kelland. © Jan. 30, 1942; L 11056; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc.. New York, 1099 

Vitamin U for me, © Feb, 2, 1942; M 12158; Featur- 
ettes, inc, Hollywood, Calif, 1100 

Waltz (The) © Feb, 10, 1942; M 12163; Folke Robert 
Espling, Los Angeles, 1101 

We're the couple in the castle, © Feb, 2, 1942; M 
12170; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago, 1102 

Who's zoo in Hollywood, © Oct, 17, 1941; M 12066; 
Screen gems, inc, Los Angeles. 1103 



Woman of the year, 
inc., New York. 



Jan. 13, 1942; L 11036; Loew's, 
1104 



Would' st could I but kiss thy hand, oh babe, © Jan. 
26, 1942; M 12148; Soundies distributing corp, 
of America, inc., Chicago. 1105 



Yielded hostage. See Holt of the secret service. 



You made me love you, © Jan. 
Soundies distributing corp. 
Chicago. 



19, 1942; M 12085; 

of America, Inc., 

1106 



Number of entries In classes L and M Included In the catalog since Jan, 1, 1942: 

Motion picture photoplays — 168 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 270 

Total - 438 



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TITLES OF MOTION PICTURES OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYMGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED UNDER 
SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[1106 

John Barleycorn; story by Jack London. © Para- Martin Eden; by Jack London. © Paramount pic- 

mount pictures, inc., New York. R 104098, Jan. tures, inc., New York. R 104231, Jan. 24, 1942, 2 



1. 22. 1942. 1 



Valley of the Moon; by Jack London. © Paramount 

pictures, inc., New York, R 104232, Jan. 24, 1942. 

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1107-1671 



THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

of 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

Published by Authority of the Acts 

of Coi^ress of March 3, 1891, 

of June 30, 1906, and of 

March 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 

Including 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1942 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 15 

No. 3 



The Catalc^ of Ct^yright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, issued monthly, contains 
titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. Groiq) 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles 
of the entries made in Class "D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico-musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class "L," Motion-picture phot(q>lays, and Class ''M," Motion pictures other than 
photc^lays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

To save space in the Catalog, the c(^yright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used in this part are a& follows: "D," Class D, Dramatic compositions; "L," Class L, Motion-picture 
photoplays; and "M," Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "®" implies copyright registration 
of a published work followed by date of publication; "© 1 c." stands for copyright of an uiQ)ublished work, 
followed by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript cc^y. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed under section 23 of 
the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue immediately following the drama list, and a list of 
motion pictures of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed, will be found immediately following 
the motion picture list. 

The annual index contains the titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion pictures. 
The act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." 

The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received only for the calendar year) 
for Part 1, Grotq> 3, is $2.00 for 1942, payable in advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washii^on, 
D. C, by postal money order, espress order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, ^proved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Gro;^» 1, Books prefer r $3.00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or 

Periodicals, Lectures, and Maps.. 3.00 

Part 1, Grotq) 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2.00 

Part 2, Periodicals 2.00 

Part 3, Musical Con^)ositions 3.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers 50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10.00 



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NOTICE 

The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
Off the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental li- 
braries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and stiU remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright prc^rietor, or other lawful claimant, that, in- 
sofar as any c(^yright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Cc^yright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright, if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1942. 

This notice includes any printed and published c(9]rright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, llthc^aphs, photo -engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or t3npewritten dramas and photogr^hs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
retiirned. No maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of cops^'ight of record should make formal request for tiie 
return of the articles, which must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be supplied 
on request. Address Register of C(q)yrights, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



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CLASS D 
DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Adam Bede; founded upon the novel of George EUlot, 
dramatized by R. L. Weed. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1942; 
D 79488; Robert Lewis Weed, Spring Lake, N. J. 

1107 

Adellna Pattl. © Ian. 27, 1942; D 79281; EUzabeth 
Coffman Johnson, Arrada, Col. 1108 

Adolph and Mrs. Runyon. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1942; D 
79636; Arch Oboler, CorneU, Calif. 1109 

Against the storm; episode no. 606, by Sandra 
Michael. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1942; D 79464; Procter 
& Gamble co., CincinnatL 1110 

Alex Shenko; adapted from a short story by Ruth 
McKenney. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1942; D 79470; Barrie 
Stavls, New York. 1111 

All out for Uncle Sam; by Effa E. Preston. © Mar. 
11, 1942; D 79563; T. S. Denison &co., Chicago. 

1112 

Altar of death. See Shadow. 



> 1 c. Jan. 26, 1942; D 79265; Tolanda 
Sebeste, West Forest Hills, L. L, N. T. 1113 

America leads the way; invention 1, The invention 
of the first cog locomotive in the world. © 1 c. 
Feb. 20, 1942; D 79478; Zillah Katherine Mac- 
donald, New York. 1114 

America preferred; by Effa E. Preston. © Mar. 11, 
1942; D 79564; T. S. Denison 6 co., Chicago. 1115 

America, the country that faith built; a modern ver- 
si(m of The house that Jack built © 1 c. Mar. 7, 
1942; D 79496; Laura Tatterson Cross, Ripon, 
CalJf. 1116 

American eagle, by Jean Provence. © Sept 10, 
1941; D 79387; Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 1117 

American foundation; episode no. 1. © 1 c. Mar. 
20, 1942; D 79620; James JeweU, Chicago. 1118 

American star. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1942; D 79519; 
Robert Thomsen, Baltimore. 1119 

And they lived happily, ever; script no. 1. © 1 c. 
Mar. 5, 1942; D 79475; Alfred J. Simon, New York. 

1120 

Angels in the sky. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1942; D 79492; 
Herman Eakes Carmlchael, Orlando, Fla. 1121 

Antics of Ann; by William EUis Jones. © Feb. 16, 
1942; D 79507; Dramatic pub. CO., Chicago. 1122 

Anything can happen. © 1 c. Mar. IS, 1942; D 
79558; John Knuppel, New York. 1123 



Are you psychic. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1942; D 79479; 
Jack Johnstone, BronxvlUe, N. Y. 1124 

Argonauts. See Guest-friend. 

Around again, Willie; by Shepherd [i. e. £.] Mead, 
Jr. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1942; D 79365; Edward Mead, 
jr.. New York. 1125 

As you like it See Merchant of Venice. 

At home with Shorty. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1942; D 79662; 
Orlando Gabriel Betancourt, New York. 1126 

Athaliah; new stage verslcHi, based on Racine's 
Athaliah, text by Margaret Anglin [pseud, of M. A. 
Hull], music by Felix Mendelssohn. [Text only] 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1942; D 79483; Margaret Anglin 
HuU, New York. 1127 

Bachelor playwright © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1942; D 79589; 
Fred Shevin, New York. 1128 

Back to God. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1942; D 79449; Ethel 
May Homer, West Newton, Mass. 1129 

Bamboo blonde; from the novel by Dorothy B. Hughes. 
© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1942; D 79367; Oiarles Hudson 
Ansley, New York. 1130 

Barnum; book by L Strouse, music by J. Chemlavsky, 
lyrics by L Lewis. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1942; D 76116; 
Josef Cherniavsky, Irving Strouse & Irving Lewis, 
New York. 1181 

Bartons; episode no. 77, by Harlan Ware. © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1942; D 79467; Procter L Gamble co., 
Cincinnati. 1132 

Believe it or not; episode no. 5. © 1 c. Feb. .18, 
1942; D 79296; Robert L. Ripley, New York. 1133 

Bell maker of Nola; by Valeria R. Lehman. © Aug. 
16, 1941; D 79372; Eldridge entertainment house, 
inc., Franklin, O. 113^ 

Beloved Son; 1, The triumphant entry, adapted to 
radio from the gospel Scriptures, by Eva Petter- 
man. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1942; D 79647; Evelyn B. 
Peter man, Philadelphia. 11S5 

Best, incorporated. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1942; D 79522; 
Yolanda Sebeste, West ForestHills, L. L,N. Y. 

1136 

Best one-act plays of 1941; edited by Margaret 
Mayorga. © Feb. 24, 1942; A 161936; Dodd, Mead 
& cow, Inc., New York. 11S7 

Big bad wool; by Hal [1. e. H. S.] Whitman. © 1 c. 
Mar. 18, 1942; D 79595; Harold S. Whitman, 
Bro<*lyn. 1U8 

BlU of goods. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1942; D 79534; 
Emmet O'Byme 6 Jerome GUman, New York. 1139 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



BiU Ryerson. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1942; D 79525; 
Florence W. E. Richards, Watertown, Conn. 1140 



Birthday greetings. © Mar. 4, 1942; 
Herbert S. Nusbaum, New York. 



D 79477; 
1141 



Bitter satire called life. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1942; D 
79433; WllUam Sherr, Dover, N. J. 1142 

Bitteres brot © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1942; D 79689; 
Paul Gordon, Hollywood, Calif. 1143 

Blast and double blast See Lone Ranger. 

Blaue kassette. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1942; D 79669; 
Gostaye Beer, New York. 1144 

Born in exile. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1942; D 79392; San- 
ford Miller Reece, Savannah. 1145 

Bread 'n batter; text by M. Diamond, music by 
Murray Chase. © Mar. 1, 1942; D 76113) Muni 
Diamond, New Tork. 1146 

Bride of the bell. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1942; D 79291; 
Bland Gaynor, Glen Gardner, N. J. 1147 

Broken journey. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1942; D 79670; 
Andrew Rosenthal, Columbus, O. 1148 

Brothers of the West See Lone Ranger. 

Build ye His temples; book & lyrics by Phoebe 
Widttier [pseud, of Dorothy Lehman Somerau], 
incidental music by Ruth Dale [pseud, of Ira B. 
Wilson] © Feb. 27, 1942; D 76115; Lorenz pub. 
CO., Dayton, O. 1149 

Butterfly that stainped. See Solomon and Balkis. 

California's Paul Revere. See Death Valley days. 

Call for Yankee Doodle. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1942; D 
79295; Elizabeth Wright & Walter Hastings Wright, 
Los Ajigeles. 1150 

Camera angles; by Bee [i. e. B. A.] Humphries. ©1 
c. Feb. 24, 1942; D 79273; Bertha Amlin Hum. 
phries. East Los Angeles, Calif. 1151 

CamiUe; based on La traviata, by Giuseppe Verdi, 
English libretto by M. Bowe. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1942; 
D 79395; Morton Bowe, Dennis Port, Mass. 1152 

Caribbean legend; by Richard Ellingtcm [pseud, of 
H. F. Ellington] © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1942; D 79643; 
Harry Fletcher EUingtop, New York. 1153 

Century players; Valley Forge. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 
1942; D 79651; Lewis Robert Morton, Brooklyn. 

1154 

Certain young miss; by BiU Jclmscm. © Feb. 4, 1942; 
D 79349; Samuel French, New York. 1155 

Challenge of the Yukon; by Thomas DoogalL © 
ChaUengeof the Yukon, inc., Detroit 1156-1158 

Net 217, Two sisters. © 1 e. Feb. 28, 1942; D 

79408. 
Na 218, Reprieve for a night © 1 c. Feb. 28, 

1942; D 79409. 
No. 219, Delayed ccmviction. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 

1942: D 79410. 



pt 1, n. s., V. 15 



Charity takes it on the cMn. See Green Hornet 

Children of Buttercup Commons; text & music by 
Oliver Robinson. © Sept 9, 1941; D 76119; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

1159 

Chinese episode. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1942; D 79633; 
Arch Oboler, CorneU, Calif. 1160 

Christmasing of Jasper; by James W. ^'akley. © 
Aug. 20, 1941; D 79371; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 1161 

Clash by night © Feb. 18, 1942; D 79348; Clifford 
Odets, New York. 1162 

Concerto. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1942; D 79625; Deborah 
Stonaker, Irvington, N. J. ^7 83 

Cottage to let; by Geoffrey Kerr. © Nov. 25, 1941; 
D 79356; Samuel French, ltd., London. 1164 

Counter clockwise. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1942; D 79551; 
Albert Clarrlere, East Orai^e, N. J. 1165 

Coveralls; by Don Elser. © Aug. 2, 1941; D 79386; 
Eldridge entertainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

1166 

Crime doctor; nos. 82-86. © 1 c. Feb. 28, Mar. 3, 
10, 19, 26, 1942; D 79391, 79444, 79528, 79597, 
79665; Max Marcin, New York. 1167-1171 

Cross-roads; chap. 1. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1942; D 
79654; Lucille Lang & Thomas C. Moffett, Los 
Angeles. 1172 

Cup cakes. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1942; D 79661; Isabel 
Drummond, Philadelphia. 1173 

Dancin' down a rainbow. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1942; D 
79397; Howard McKent Barnes, Chicago. 1174 

Days beyond recall. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1942; D 79468; 
Carroll Benjamin Hanson, Iowa City, la. 1175 

Dead men tell. See Shadow. 

Death angel. See Dr. Christian. 

Death for a messenger. See Shadow. 

Death gives an encore. See Shadow. 

Death Valley days; by McCann-Erickson, inc. © 
Pacific coast borax co. , New York. 1 1 76- 1 1 82 

Feb. 5, 1942, Mr. GodiVa. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1942; 

D 79428. 
Feb. 12, 1942, What manner of man. © 1 c. Feb. 

26 1942* D 79420 
Feb! 19, 1942, Ten In Texas. ©1 c. Feb. 26, 1942; 

D 79430. 
Feb. 26, 1942, Fight in the dark. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 

1942' D 70401 
Mar. 5, 1942, The seventh day. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 

1942; D 79575. 
Mar. 12, 1942, School keeps. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1942; 

D 79576. 
Mar. 19, 1942, California's Paul Revere. © 1 c. 

Mar. 20, 1942; D 79626. 

Delayed convicti(at Sgs. Challenge of the Yukon. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



ng 8. 1942 



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Derll and Tom Walker; by J. L. SeTmoor, after the 
tale by Waahlagtoa Irrlog. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1942; 
D 79645; John Laurence Seymour, Sacramento, 
Calif. 1183 

DeTll's own. See Zarah Kreeshna. 

Diamonds for Hitler. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1942; D 
79480; Tom G. Jones ftHarreyB. Knox, New York. 

1184 

Dixie special. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1942; D 79484; Charles 
A. Learay, CleTeland. 1185 

Do me a faror. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1942; D 79604; 
Irring Caesar, New Yoi^ 1186 

Dr. ChristiajL © McCann-EricksiMi, inc. , New York. 

1187.1194 

Episode no. 167, Death angel. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 

1942; D 79424. 
Episode no. 168, Second sight © 1 c. Feb. 26, 

1942; D 79425. 
Episode no. 169, Mystery at the library. © 1 c. 

Feb. 26, 1942; D 79426. 
Episode no. 170, New woman. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 

1942; D 79427. 
Episode no. 171, Tycoon in the woodpile. © 1 c. 

Mar. 12, 1942; D 79572. 
Episode no. 172, Two tickets to Niagara. © 1 c. 

Mar. 12, 1942; D 79572. 
Episode na 173, The tinker's son. © 1 c. Mar. 

12, 1942; D 79574. 
Epiaode no. 174, A present for Miss Lydia. © 1 

c. Mar. 20, 1942; D 79627. 

Doodlebug; by Fred [i.e. J. F,] Ballard. © 1 c. Mar. 
23, 1942; D 79640; John Frederick Ballard, New 
York. 1195 

Doughboy sweethpart; Sweetheart of the army, by 
Sandra Stuart [pseud, of S. Shinkel] Audition 
script © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1942; E 79536; Sandra 
Shinkel, New York. 1196 

Down come the stars. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1942; D 
79441; Harry E. Peskln, Broddyn. 1197 

Easy money. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1942; D 79598; Irving 
Caesar, New York. 1198 

Edgar Bergen - Charlie McCarthy; Feb. 22, Mar. 
1, 1942; © 1 c. each Mar. 9, 1912; D 79509, 
79510; Edgar John Bergen, Beverly Hills, Calif. 

1199. 1200 

Especially for you; by Virginia Thornton King. © 
Sept 3, 1941; D 79381; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 1201 

Eve of St Agnes; libretto by James Whaler, music 
by J. F. Carabella. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1942; D 76114; 
John F. CarabeUa, Albany. 1202 

Eve steps out; by KJeld AbeU, translated by I. 
CampbelL © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1942; D 79587; Inge 
Campbell, Beverly Hilltf, Calif. 1203 

Eyes of March. © 1 c. Mar'. 5, 1942; D 79476; 
Samuel Edward Werris, Brooklyn. 1204 

Faith. See Way (The) 



Fall of a nation; an adaptation of Swift are the shad- 
ows, by the same author. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1942; 
D 79443} Giuseppe Di Gioia, BrodUyn. 1205 

Faust; by Charles Gounod, English libretto by M 
Bowe. [Text only] © 1 c. Feb. 27,1942; D 79394; 
Mortem Bowe, Dennis Port, Mass. 1206 

Fifth condemned man. See Lone Ranger. 

Fight in the dark. See Death Valley days. 

Firehouse skit © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1942; D 79602; 
Irving Caesar, New York. 1207 

First nighter. © Campana sales co., Batavia, ni. 

1208-1213 

Feb. 6, 1942, Promise to let me down, by Amlta 

Fairgrieve. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1942; D 79275. 
Feb. 20, 1942, To make a pioneer, by Elenor 

Tarshls. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1942; D 79471. 
Feb. 27, 1942, Luther cuts his eye teeth, by Anthony 

Wayne. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1942; D 79482. 
Mar. 6, 1942, It couldn't happen, by Kenneth 

Higgins. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1942; D 79549. 
Mar. 13, 1942, Steamboat for Natchez, by Robert 

Sturgis. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1942; D 79616. 
Mar. 20, 1942, Romance In reverse, by Sidney 

Marshall. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1942; D 79657. 

First of the five. See Lone Ranger. 

Flatbush fever. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1942; D 79550; 
John N. Cosgrove, New York. 1214 

Folktale. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1942; D 79292; Charles 
Theodore Land, Los Angeles. 1215 

For the sake of Uvlng. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1942; D 
79526; Francis G. Murphy, Tucson, Ariz. 1216 

Four Christmas comedies for adults; by Paul McCoy. 
© Sept 17, 1941; D 79542; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 1217 

Four freedoms spell victory. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1942; 
D 79531; Frank Edward Orefice, Hartford. 1218 

Four plays; with a new introduction by the author. 
© Feb. 25, 1942; A 161904; Lillian Hellman, New 
York. 1219 

Fourth brother; by Archibald Forbes [pseud, of J. S. 
Dudleyl © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1942; D 79581; John Stuart 
Dudley, New York. 1220 

Freshman Bill; by OUve Price. © Aug. 11, 1941; D 
79369; Eldridge entertainment house, inc., Frank- 
lin, O. 1221 

Friends of the Christ Child; by Charles A. McMahon 
&D. B. Costello. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1941; D 79435; 
Dona Belle Costello, Washington. 1222 

From cocktail hour to precipice. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 
1942; D 79606; Eleanor Means Hull, Boulder, CoL 

1223 

Fruits betray. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1942; D 79618; 
Sholome Michael Gelber, New York. 1224 

Fuehrer bows to Christ; by D. Sherbo [pseud, of D. 
Sherbowsky] © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1942; D 79446; David 
Sherbowsky, Brooklyn. 1225 



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pt 1, n. s., V. 16 



Gentlemen of Gotham^ by Jay Ingram. © 1 c. Mar. 
6, 1942; D 79486; Joseph IngerUeb, Beverly HlUs, 
Calif. 1226 

Ghost story. © 1 c. Max. 23, 1942; D 79635; Arch 
Oboler, Cornell, Calll. 1227 

Ginger's in town; by Leila Scott [pseud, of B. S. 
Robinson] © 1 c. July 23, 1941; D 79358; Bernar- 
dine Scott Robinson, Old Greenwich, Conn. 1228 

Glow-worms. ©1 c. Dec. 31, 1941; D 795K; Robert 
W. Taylor, New York. 1229 

Golden light © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1942; D 79362; Joseph 
John RigoU, Astoria, L. I., N. Y. 1230 

Good bye sweetheart See Lore at first sight 

Goose and the golden legs. © 1 c Mar. 21, 1942; 
D 79629; Harry S. Barton, Peoria, 111. 1231 

Great Gildersleeve; no. 20, by Len [i. e. Leonard L.] 
Levinson. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1942; D 79360; Kraft 
cheese co., Chicago^ 1232 

Green Hornet; by Fran Striker. © Green Hornet, 
inc., Detroit 1233*1235 

No. 543, The Hornet baits the trap. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 

1942; D 79405. 
No. 544, Skeleton out of the past © 1 o. Feb. 28, 

1942; D 79406. 
No. 545, Charity takes it (m the chin. © 1 c. Feb. 

2B, 1942; D 79407. 

Grosse (Die) und die kleine Uebe. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 
1942; D 79668; Gostave Beer, New York. 1236 

Guest-friend [and] Argonauts; by Franz Grillparzer, 
tr. by Arthur Burkhard. © Jan. 10, 1942; D 79282; 
Register press, Y^mouth Port, Mass. 1237 

Guns without bullets. © 1 e. Feb. 17. 1942; D 79293; 
Louis Vittes, BrocUyn. 1238 

Hands of victory. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1942; D 79361; 
Ted Hekt, New York. 1239 

Hank's naagic bottle; by Irvin Cowles. © Aug. 12, 
1941; D 79380; Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 1240 

Happy days; by C. A. Paget, adapted by Zoe Akins 
[pseud, of Z. A. Rumbold] © Feb. 6, 1942; D 
79353; Zoe Akins Rumbold, Pasadena L Claode- 
Andrl Puget, Nice, France. 1241 

Ha^iy hunting. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1942; D 79274. 
Edward T. Howe, Babylon, N. Y. 1242 

Happy is the bride; by Kurtz Gordon [pseud, of C. G. 
Kurtz] © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1942; D 79533; C. Gordon 
Kurtz, New York. 1243 

Harmony hour. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1942; D 79277; 
Edward Caulfield, New York. 1244 

Harper house; script 1. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1942; D 
79588; £!aul Wernick, Rod)ury, Mass. 1245 

Hay foot, straw foot © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1942; D 
79556; Rose Simon Kohn, Detroit 1246 



Heaven is a circus; by Jerry [i.e. S. J.] Houghton, 
3d. © 1 c. Max. 5, 1942; D 79472; Seberon Jerry 
Houghton, 3d, DaUas. 1247 

Hello, son. See What's your boy doing tonight 

Henrietta Abbott, spinster. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1942; D 
79520; Theodore Jerome Hitter, Iowa City, la. 

1248 

Herr Schicklegruber. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1942; D 79432; 
Mariano John Guardino, San Jose, Calif. 1249 

Herring head; by R. L. Benson [pseud, of M. C. Can- 
field &E. Borden] © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1942; D 79586; 
Mary Cass Canfield & Ethel Borden, New York. 

1250 

GUghlowbrow and other sketches; by S. Jay Kaufman. 
© Feb. 18, 1942; D 79354; Samuel French, ^en 
York. 1251 

His honor wouldn't like it © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1942; D 
79357; Alan G. Harrow 6 Arthur L. Harrow, New 
York. 1252 

His name was Aunt Nellie; by Andrew Jameson. © 
Feb. 4, 1942; D 79350; Samuel French, New York. 

1253 

Homer's home run; by Vivian Mayo. © Aug. 6, 
1941; D 79388; Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 1254 

Hornet baits the trap. See Green Hornet 

Hot water hero; by John Nash. © Mar. 14, 1942; D 
79611; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 1255 

House of Suzanne. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1942; D 79614; 
Margaret Gardner &nith, Greenville, Miss. 1256 

House that Jack built See America, the country that 
faith buUt 

Humanity against Adolf Hitler; by Garrett Porter. 
© Brinckerhoff studios productions, inc.. New 
York. 1257, 1258 

Pt 1, Preliminary hearing. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1942; 

D 79494. 
Pt 2, Sbmmary of 26 episodes. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 

1942; D 79493. 

Hunting party; from a story by Anton Ch^hov, adapt- 
ed by H. M. Weisman. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1942; D 79487; 
Herman Muni Weisman, New York. 1269 

Hypnotismi fact or fable. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1942; D 
79288; C. MatthewDessner,Sunnyside,L. L, N. Y. 
& L. A. Akopiantz, New York. 1260 

Ignorance is bliss; by Jean Provence. © July 29, 
1941; D 79383; Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 1261 

Imaginary rehearsal of Old Man River. © 1 c. Mar. 
24, 1942: D 79653; Phil Silvers, HoUywood, Calif. 

1262 

Importance of being earnest See Pink tights. 

Impresario; translated from the Gernoan by F. 
Popper, English book & lyrics by D.Wilson, music 
by W. A. Mozart, revised tt arranged by F. 



38 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. S, 1M2 



isoe 



Goenther. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1942; D 76112; Ovstave 
Kotanyl, Felix Goeottier tDon Wllflon,New York. 

126S 

In lor a penny; by Harrison [i.e. F. H.] Dowd L 

Frances Park [pscod. at F. P. Dowd] © 1 c. Mar. 

26, 1942; D 79666; F. Harrison Dowd L Frances 

Paint Dowd, Woodstock, N. Y. 1264 

Inner calL © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1942; D 79617; Marcel 
Friedman b Henry Miller, New York. 1265 

Inyenfion of the first cog locomotive in the world. 
See America leads the way. 

Iron peacock. © 1 c. Feb. 17,1942; D 79290; Leon- 
ard Gaynor, Glen Gardner, N. J. 1266 

It couldn't happen. See First nighter. 

It's aU in the mlnH. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1942; D 79474; 
Amdt Giastl, San Francisco. 1267 

It's in the stars; by Wright [i.e. C. W.] Houghland. 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1942; D 79298; Clair Wright 
Houghland, University of Richm<Mid, Va. 1268 

Johnny and the giraffes; by Margaret Kennedy [pseud, 
of M K. Davies] © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1942; D 79619; 
Margaret Kennedy Davies, St Ives, Cornwall, 
England. 1269 

Johnny Doodle; ballad dramatlzati(ms & continuity 
by Jane McCleod & Alfred Saxe. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1942; D 79539; Alfred Saxe, New York. 1270 

Joy for a penny. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1942; D 79506; 
Elma Huganir, PhoenlxviUe, Pa. 1271 

Junior flying cadets; episode no. 1. © Ic Mar. 16, 
1942; D 79579; Charles Alfred Wilson, Ft Worth. 

1272 

Junior rural program builder; by Maude Arthur k 
Elizabeth Arthur. © Sept 18, 1941; AA 392818; 
Eldrldge entertainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 

1273 

Junior wins a prize; by Marjorie M. WiUlams. © 
Aug. 13, 1941; D 79384; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc. , Franklin, O. 1274 

Kahwaygo Canyon. See Lone Ranger. 

Key to a secret code. See Ned Jordan - secret 
agent 

Kiddle culture; scripts nos. 3-6, by Dayt(m Allen 
[paeud- of D. A. Bolke] ©1 c. each Jan. 29, 1942; 
D 79436-79439; Dayton Allen Bolke, Mt Vernon, 
N. Y. 1275-1278 



y<ng of SicUy. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1942; D 79650; 
Richard Edmond Kidd, Kalamazoo, Mich. 1279 

Kith of the eU-folk; radio adaptatim of a short 
story by Lord Dunsany. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1942; D 
79263; Doris Carew, Lob Angeles. 1280 

Knave of hearts. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1942; D 79592; 
Carroll B. Hansm, Iowa City, la. 1281 

Knitting machine. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1942; D 79664; 
Donald Betts, New York. 1282 



Lady laughs last See Stars over Hollywood. 

Lands End; by G. E. Bassett © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1942; 

D 76121; Georges Eugene Bassett, Red Bank, N. J. 

1283 
Lash of tyranny. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1942; D 79569; 

Gerolt Gibson, St Louis. 1284 

Let's face it © 1 c. Jan. 27,1942; D 79267; Herbert 
Fields t Dorothy Fields, New York. 1285 

Letter at midnight © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1942; D 79631; 
Arch Oboler, ComeU, Calif. 1286 

Letter to the General; by Clark Willard [pseud, of 
Willard J. Sergei] © Feb. 2, 1942; D 79508; Dra- 
matic pd9. co., Chicago. 1287 

Liberty triumphs; by GiUsert Collins [pseud, of Wolf- 
gang Pollaczek & G. Beer] © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1942; 
D 79670; Gustave Beer, New York. 1288 

Life can be beautiful; episode no. 898, by Carl Bix- 
by &Don Becker. © 1 c. M.ar. 6, 1942; D 79462; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 1289 

Little precious. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1942; D 79538; 
Jane Douglass Crawford, New Haven. 1290 

Lone journey; continuity no. 459 E. T., by Sandra 
Michael 6 Peter MlchaeL © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1942; 
D 79465; Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 1291 



Lone Ranger; by Fran Striker. 
Detroit 



Lone Ranger, inc., 
1292-1303 

1 c. Feb. 



Na 1409- 622M, A silver summons. 

28, 1942; D 79411. 
No. 1410-623M, Moffet's move. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 

1942; D 79412. 
Na 1411-624M, The fifth ccmdemned man. © 1 c. 

Feb. 28, 1942; D 79413. 
No. 1412-625, TraU's end. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1942; 

D 79414. 
No. 1413-626, SUver races steam. © 1 c. Feb. 

28, 1942; D 79415. 
No. 1414-627, First of the five. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 

1942; D 79416. 
No. 1415-628, The outlaw guard. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 
1942; D 79417. 
No. 1416-629, Kahwaygo Canyon. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 

1942; D 79418. 
Na 1417-630, Brothers of the West © 1 c. Feb. 

28, 1942; D 79419. 
Na 1418-631, The vulture's nest © 1 c. Feb. 

28 1942' D 70420 
Na 1419-632, Three generations. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 

1942; D^ 79421. 
Na 1420-633, Blast and double blast © 1 c. Feb. 

28, 1942; D 79422. 

Long lost rummy; by Tommy [i.e. W. H.] Attdns. 
© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1942; D 79585; William H. Atkins, 
BeUevllle, N. J. 1304 

Lost page; by Lenny Neil [pseud, (tf L. N. Wayland] 
from an original story by Carey Mein. © 1 c. Feb. 
24, 1942; D 79359; Leonard Neil Wayland, Pasadena. 

1305 

Love at first si^t; or. Good bye sweetheart © 1 
c. Jan. 24, 1942; D 79278; Jane Kroose Gordon, 
Oakland, Or. 1306 



467752 0-42-2 



39 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



1307 



pt 1. m s.. T, 16 



Love is deaf. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1942; D 79530; Paul 
Killian Heerwagen, Fayettevllle, Ark. 1307 

Lore on wings. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1942; D 79642; 
Philip Louis Bocchini, Philadelphia. 1308 

Lovely villain; by Mark AUen. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1942; D 79535; Jacob Tullen, Philadelphia. 1SQ9 

Lucky star. See ^ars over Hollywood. 

Luther cuts his eye teeth. See First nighter. 

Lysistrata unlimited; text & music by S. Schlesinger, 
Aaron Fine & Richard Harvey. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1942; D 76107; Samuel Schlesinger, New York. 

1310 

Maestro (n) di musica. See Music master. 

Man who never lived. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1942; D 79473; 
Madison Leitch Goff, Pasadena. 1311 

Marriageable Todd girls. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1942; 

D 79609; Florence Maxim Cutter, Dedham, Mass. 

1312 
Mashenka; tr. from the Russian of Alexander 

Afin(^enov, by John Jacob Robbins. © 1 c. Mar. 

23, 1942; D 79641; John Jacob Robbins, Chatham, 

N. J. 1313 

Maxwell House coffee time. ©General foods Corp., 
New York. 1314-1319 

Jan. 29, Feb. 12, 19, 26, 1942. © 1 c. each Mar. 

9, 1942; D 79545-79548. 
Mar. 5, 12, 1942. © 1 c. each Mar. 19, 1942; D 

79613, 79612. 

Mein krampf (My cramp); sequel to Mein kampl. 
© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1942; D 79527; Carl Eduard 
Freybe, Hollywood, Calif. 1320 

Melody of life; episode no. 1. ©1 c. Feb. 26, 1942; 

D 79537; William Henry Barwald, New York. 

1321 
Memo to Berchlesgaden. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1942; D 

79634; Arch Oboler, Cornell, Calif. 1322 

Men and maids. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1942; D 79600; 
Irvii^ Caesar, New York. 1323 

Merchant of Venice [and] As you like it, by William 

Shakespeare, study suggestions by Marion T. 

Garretson. © Jan. 15, 1942; AA 392242; L. W. 

Singer CO. , Syracuse, 1324 

Merry Christmas. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1942; D 79286; 

Albert Carriere, East Orange, N. J. 1325 

Millionaire's lust for money; or, The wild beast of 
Park avenue. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1942; D 79648; 
Gennaro Guerrera, Brooidyn. 1326 

Mr. Godiva. See Death Valley days. 

Moffet's move. See Lone Ranger. 

Mother Goose enlists; by Effa E. Preston. © Mar. 
11, 1942; D 79562; T. S. Oenison 6 co., Chicago. 

1327 

Murder by request; by T. H. Pearce &R, S. Knights, 
© Nov. 25, 1941; D 79S55; Samuel French, ltd., 
LondCA. 1328 



Music master; new English version of Pergolesi's 
opera n maestro dl musica, book by R. Vambery, 
lyrics by Edward [i.e. E. M.] Eager. [Text only] 
© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1942; D 79481; Edward McMaken 
Eager .&R(^ert Vambery, New York. 1329 

Mystery at the library. See Dr. Christian. 



I. K. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1942; 
Clouser, Roswell, N. M. 



D 79608; Gordon 
1330 



Narrow bed; by Gene Hill [pseud, of E. A. Renouf ] 
© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1942; D 79521; Eugenie A. Renouf, 
Washington. 1331 

Nathan the wise; based on Lessing. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1942; D 79623; Ferdinand Bruckner, Woodside, L. 
L, N. Y. 1332 

Ned Jordan secret agent; by Fran Striker. © Ned 
Jordan - secret agent, inc., Detroit 1333-1337 

No. 166, Jan. 20, 1942, The seeing eye sinks a 

sub. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1942; D 79400. 
No. 167, Jan. 27, 1942, The spy aims at steel. © 

1 c. Feb. 28, 1942; D 79401. 
No. 168, Feb. 3,1942, The plane goes off the beam. 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1942; D 79402. 
No. 169, Feb. 10, 1942, Torpedo for a target © 

1 c. Feb. 28, 1942; D 79403. 
No. 170, Feb. 17, 1942, Key to a secret code. © 

1 c. Feb. 28, 1942; D 79404. 

New England town meeting. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1942; 
D 79628; Edgar R. Curry, Chicago. 1338 

New teacher; by Arthur Kaser. © Aug. 28, 1941; 
D 79376; Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 1339 

New woman. See Dr. Christian. 

New York intrigue. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1942; D 79276; 
S. R. Smollar & Herman V. Traub, New York. 

1340 

Nice going; text by WiUiam Marlatt & Alfred Burke, 
music by Loretta Mumane, Lou Rubin, Ray 
Clements [and others] © Dec. 15, 1941; D 76111; 
John B. Rogers producing co., Fostoria, O. 1341 

Night shift; text 6 music by M. Blltzstein. © 1 c. 
Mar. 19, 1942; D 76120; Marc BUtzstein, New 
York. 1342 

No greater love; by Clark Stevens. © Feb. 25, 1942; 
D 79398; Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 1343 

No Jade shaU burn. © Jan. 27, 1942; D 79280; 
Arthur L. Barrett, jr., GrinneU, la. 1844 

No place like home. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1942; D 79605; 
Irving Caesar, New York. 1345 

Not for children. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1942; D 79532; 
Aida Rodmu DeMilt, New York. 1346 

Not less than your best; by Ralph Emerson Welles. 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1942; D 79452; Palo Alto civic 
theatre, Palo Alto, Calif. 1847 

Now that April's there. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1942; D 
79518; Richard Arens, Ann Arbor. 1348 



40 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



gg 8. 1942 



1386 



Of famouB memory. @ 1 c. Feb. 16, 1942; D 78294; 

Elizabeth Beall duty, Nev York. 1349 ; 

Old maid's honeymoon. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1942; D i 

79366; ChristlAe F. Blunno, Corona, N. T. 1350 j 

I 

On borrowed time. © Feb. 28, 1942; D 79490; Paul j 

Osbom, BroQkfleld Center. Ccmn. 1351 I 



Once for the braye. © 1 c. Mar. 
Sylrla Regan, New York. 



20, 1942; D 79622; 
1352 



One and one are two; by EstreUa Francis [pseod. 
of E. F. W. Herron] © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1942; D 
79567; Estella Frances Wynne Herron, New York. 

1353 

O'Neills; episode no. 1649, by Jane West © 1 c. 
Mar. 6, 1942; D 79460; Procter & Gamble co., 
Cincinnati. 1854 

Order denied. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1942; D 79660; Max 
Lemer, New York. 1355 

Other women's men; by Isolda Pemberton [i»eud. 
QfL T. M de Penna] © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1942; D 
79450; Isabel Teran M. de Penna, New York. 1356 

Out of Singapore; or, The S. S. Edinburgh Castle. 
© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1942; D 79577; Margaret Linden 
& George Dow ell. New York. 1357 

Out of this world, © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1942; D 79567; 
Abraham Polonaky, Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. 1358 

Outlaw guard. See Lcme Ranger. 

Over there. See Songs that wcm our wars. 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins; continuity no. 2243 E. T., 
by Orin Tottov. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1942; D 79459; 
Procter & Gamble ca, Cincinnati. 1359 

Papa is alL © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1942; D 79610; Patter- 
aaa Greene, West Los Angeles, Calif. 1360 

Paul Rererski. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1942; D 79630; 
Arch Oboler, ComeU, Callt 1861 

Pay dirt; by Nat Faster Holmes. © Aug. 4, 1941; 
D 79389; Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 1362 



Penny's worth, © 1 c. Mar, 14, 1942; 
Feinman, New York. 



D 79566; Al 
1363 



PepBodent company broadcast © Lord &Thomaa; 
inc., Los Angeles. 1364-1368 

Feb. 3, 1942. © 1 c. Feb, 14, 1942; D 79271. 
Feb. 17, 24, 1942. © 1 c. each Mar. 9, 1942; D 

79511, 79512. 
Mar. 3, 1942. © 1 c. Mar. IS, 1942; D 79559. 
Mar. 10, 1942. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1942; D 79637. 

Philadelphia story; by P. Barry, © Jan, 30, 1942; 
D 79851; Philip Barry & Ellen S. Barry, West- 
bory, L, L, N, Y, 1369 

Pink tights; suggested by Oscar Wilde's The impor- 
tance oi being earnest, book by L S. Strouse, 
lyrics by George Rilling. [Text only] © 1 c. 
Mar, 7, 1942; D 79495; Irving S. Strouse, New 
York. 1370 



Plane crazy. © 1 c. Jan, 29, 1942; D 79264; Doro- 
thy Rood Stewart, Pittsburgh. 1371 

Plane goes off the beam. See Ned Jordan - secret 
agent 

Play a day. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1942; D 79555; Zalmonah 
Willis Carter, Newtown, Pa, 1372 

Plays of America's explorers and founders. © 
Feb. 10, 1942; D 79553; Samuel S. Ullman, New 
York. 1373 

Poor Richard has a word to say. © 1 c. Mar, 24, 
1942; D 79652; Carol Warner Gluck, New York. 

1374 

Pop Buttonback's birthday; by LucileRowe & Louise 
Eppenstein. © Aug. 11, 1941; D 79373; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 1375 

Preliminary hearing. See Humanity against Adolf 
HiUer. 

Prelude to Pearl Harbor; by Maurice Marcel Rousso 
[pseud, of M, M Relman] © 1 c. Feb, 4, 1942; D 
79279; Maurice Marcel Relman, New York. 1376 



Present for Miss Lydia. See Dr. Christian. 



Prexy 
1942: 



and son; by Fred Eastman, 
D 79591; Walter H. Baker co., 



Mar. 12, 



1377 



Princess and the White Knight; by Dinah Dudleigh 
[pseud of E. L. Haines] © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1942; D 
79607; Elizabeth Lawser Haines, Whitemarsh, 
Pa, 1378 

Promise to let me down. See First nighter. 

Fhirloined letter; by Edgar Allan Poe, dramatization 
by F. Davis. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1942; D 79269; 
Fitzroy Davis, New York. 1379 



Rector s wives; by Griffith H. Parker. © Aug, 22, 
1941; D 79374; Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, 0. 1380 

Reflected love; or, A talent in her hands. © 1 c, 
Feb, 14, 1942; D 79270; Fitzroy Davis, New York. 

1381 

Remember Pearl Harbor; by Albert Cowles. © 
Feb. 25, 1942; D 79434; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 1382 

Reprieve for a ni^t See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Return to happiness; by WUliam Ellis Jones, © July 
30, 1941; D 79382; Eldridge entertainment house, 
inc., Franklin, O. 1383 

Bertnge. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1942; D 79599; Irving 
Caesar, New York. 1384 



Right to happiness; episode no. 547, by Irna Phillips. 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1942; D 79463; Procter & Gamble 
CO., CincinnatL 1385 

Rising flood; by Hans Josef Schmidt © Aug. 20, 
1941; D 79379; Eldrid^ entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 1386 



41 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



1387 



pt 1, n. s., Y. 15 



Rire de Loire. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1942; D 79457; 
Pierre de Lanux, New York. 1387 

Road of life; episode no. 1161, by Irna Phillips. © 
1 c. Mar. 6, 1942; D 79461; Procter & Gamble 
CO., Cincinnati. 1388 

Robespierre; by Romain RoUand, translated & 
adapted by M. Kurtz. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1942; D 
79364; Maurice Kurtz, New ToiIe. 1389 

Romance In reyerse. See First nighter. 

Rout of the Sabotots; by Livingston Hunt © 1 c. 
Mar. 14, 1942; D 79565; RothHunt & Doris Living- 
ston Hunt, New York. 1390 

Rural program builder; by Maude Arthur & Elizabeth 
Arthur. © Sept 19, 1941; AA 392817; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 1391 

Sarah Siddons. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1942; D 79659; 
Barbara Constantopoulos, New York. 1392 

School act © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1942; D 79363; George 
L. Rockwell, New York. 1393 

School keeps. See Death Valley days. 

Sculptor of dreams. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1942; D 76109; 
Isobel Stone, New York. 1394 

Seas<»i of happiness; by Alan Gray M. Campbell. 
© Aug. 21, 1941; D 76118; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 1395 

Second sight See Dr. Christian. 

Seeing eye sinks a sub. See Ned Jordan - secret 
agent 

Serenade to an heiress; book & lyrics by C. C. 

Suggs, music by J. Emery. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1942; 

D 76110; Charles CampbeU Suggs, Ardmore, Okl. 

1396 
Seventh day. See Death Valley days. 

Seventh man. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1942; D 79285; Albert 
Carriere, East Orange, N. J. 1397 



Shadow; by Sidney Slon & Peter Barry. 
Sznith pid>licatlons, inc., New York. 



© Street & 
1398-1401 



Feb. 22, 1942, Death gives an encore. © 1 c. 

Mar. 3, 1942; D 79455. 
Mar. 1, 1942, Dead men teU. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 

1942; D 79456. 
Mar. 8, 1942, Death for a messenger. © 1 c. 

Mar. 10, 1942; D 79543. 
Mar. 15, 1942, Altar of death. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 

1942; D 79596. 

Shadow of the cross; by Alleene Sargent © Feb. 
10, 1942; D 79523; Mabel R. Jessup, Los Angeles. 

1402 

She didn't believe; text & music by Catherine Alli- 
son Christie. © Sept 29,1941; D 76117; Eldridge 
entertainment house, inc., Franklin, O. 1403 

Short of murder; by Watkias E. Wright © Aug. 
8> 1941; D 79377; Eldridge entertainment house, 
inc., Franklin, O. 1404 



saver bullet; by G. Beer & Richard Engel. © 1 c. 
Mar. 5, 1942; D 79667; Gustave Beer, New York. 

1405 

silver races steam. See Lone Ranger. 

Silver sununons. See Lone Ranger. 

Sister Ma^e makes the grade. © 1 c Mar. 20, 
1942; D 79621; Marget Bruce LeCompte, Brook- 
lyn. 1406 

Skeleton out of the past. See Green Hornet 

Skin of our teeth. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1942; D 79656; 
Thornton Niven Wilder, New Haven. 1407 

Skylark. © Feb. 28, 1942; D 79489; Samson Ra- 
phaelson. New York. 1408 

So many of them. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1942; D 79649; 
SoIJakel, Newark, N. J. 1409 

Soft Satan. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1942; D 79524; Joseph 
Norman Shore, New York. 1410 

Solomon and Balkis; text from The butterfly that 
stamped, by Rudyard Kipling, words adapted & 
music by Randall Thompson. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1942; D 76108; E. C. Schlrmer music co., Boston. 

1411 

Songs that helped to win our wai*;. See Songs that 
won our wars. 

Songs that won our wars; or. Songs that helped to 
win our wars.-Over there. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1942; 
D 79554; George D. Lottman, New York. 

1412 

Spirit is willing; based on an idea by C. Doremus. 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1942; D 79448; Staats Cotsworth 
& Caroline Doremus, New York. 1418 

Spirits of Hetuck. © Feb. 7,1942; D 79368; Ramona 
Kaiser, Cincinnati. 1414 

Spy alms at steel. See Ned Jordan - secret agent 

Stars over Hollywood. © Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 

1415-1420 

Feb. 7, 1942, When strangers meet, by Richard 

Fitzpatrick. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1942; D 79284. 
Feb. 14, 1942, To everyone once, by Virginia 

Rooks & Walter Hackett © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1942; 

D 79287. 
Feb. 21, 1942, The lady laughs last, by James 

Bloodwort © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1942; D 79399. 
Feb. 28, 1942, Way out west in trouble, by Howard 

Walter Flsk. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1942; D 79517. 
Mar. 7, 1942, Syndicated, by Howard Walter Flsk. 

© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1942; D 79516. 
Mar. 14, 1942, Lucky star, by Kenneth Hlggins. 

© 1 c. Mar. 17, 1942; D 79588. 

Station U. S. A.; by Effa E. Preston. © Mar. 11, 
1942; D 79561; T. S. Denison &co., Chicago. 

1421 
Steamboat for Natchez. See First nighter. 

S. S. EdiBbnrgh Casfle. See Out of Singapore. 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 3, 1942 



1453 



Stephen Foster; or, Weep no more my lady, 5th 
ed. © Mar. 2, 1942; D 79544; EarlHobson Smith, 
Harrogate, Tenn. 1422 

Straight place show. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1942; D 79580; 
Allen Leiber, Elmwood Park, 111. 1423 

Suicide squad. See Thirteen to die. 

Summary of 26 episodes. See Humanity against 
Adolf HiUer. 

Sweet danger; book & lyrics by Bill [i.e. W. C] 
Engvlck, music by Alec Wilder. [Text only] © 1 
c. Mar. 19, 1942; D 79605; WiUiam Clark Engvick, 
New York. 1424 

Sweetheart of the army. See Doughboy sweetheart 

Swift are the shadows. See Fall of a nation. 

S3nidicated See Stars over Hollsrwood. 

Table reserved. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1942; D 79454; 
Willard G. Gernhardt, New York 1425 

Talent in her hands. See Reflected love. 

Tales from the Manhattan woods. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 
1942; D 79655; Sidney B, Rubin, Brooklyn. 

1426 

Ten in Texas. See Death Valley days. 

Texaco star theatre; by Fred Allen. © Batchelor 
enterprises, inc.. New York. 1427-1431 

Feb. 4, 1942. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1942; D 79289. 
Feb. 25, 1942. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1942; D 79393. 
Mar. 8, 1942, © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1942; D 79568. 
Mar. 15, 1942. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1942; D 79615. 
Mar. 22, 1942. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1942; D 79663. 



That sole pass. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 
Albert Aldnzi, Stamford, Conn. 



1942; D 79268; 
1432 



Thirteen to die; or, Suicide squad. © 1 c. Mar. 3, 
1942; D 79445; Ethel Clifton Sothern & Bert M. 
Anderson, Los Angeles. 1433 

This army life. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1942; D 79578; 
Mae Kirwan & Regina Kirwan, East Boston, Mass. 

1434 

This freedom; thirteen new radio plays, by Arch 
Oboler, with a foreword by Robert J. Landry. © 
Feb. 27, 1942; D 79541; Random house, inc.. New 
York. 1435 

This is our America; by Karin Sundelof-Asbrand. 
© Aug. 14, 1941; D 79370; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 1436 

Three generations. See Lone Ranger. 

Three girls from the Antipodes. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1942; D 79485; Campbell B. Casad, New York. 

1437 

Three Goldilocks and a bear; by Gussie Ross Jobe. 
© Sept 23,1941; D 79375; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O, 1438 



Three southwest plays; by Sam Acheson, John 
William Rogers & Kathleen Witherspoon, with an 
introduction by John Rosenfield, © Feb. 7, 1942; 
A 162347; Southwest review, Dallas. 1439 

Three vows of Wu Sin; by Paul Mason. © 1 c. Feb. 
27, 1942; D 79396; Paul Lipschutz, New York. 

1440 

Thursday at eleven, © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1942; D 79646; 
David B. Charnay, Forest Hills, N. Y. 1441 



Timid soul. 



Douglas F. Storer, New York. 

1442-1444 



Feb. 15, 1942. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1942; D 79297. 
Feb. 22, 1942. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1942; D 79431. 
Mar, 1, 1942. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1942; D 79469. 

Tinker's son. See Dr. Christian. 

TitUe-tattle. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1942; D 79644; D. 
De Vere Ditwiler, Redlands, Calif. 1445 

To everyone once. See Stars over Hollywood. 

To heir is human. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1942; D 79624; 
James Franklin Jones, White Plains, N, Y. 1446 

To Jeimy with love; by Betty Smith & Robert Finch. 
© Aug. 11, 1941; D 79378; Eldridge entertainment 

house, inc., Fr anklin , O. 1447 

To make a pioneer. See First nighter. 

Too good to live. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1942; D 79552; 
Louis Sunshine, New York. 1448 

Torpedo for a target See Ned Jordan - secret 
agent 

Trail's end. See Lone Ranger. 

Traviata. See Camille. 

Trial of Ain't; by A. J. Badger. © Aug. 27, 1941; 
D 79385; Eldridge entertainment house, inc., 
Franklin, O. 1449 

Triumph. © Dec. 30, 1941; D 79590; Horace Green, 
Great Neck, L. L, N. Y. 1450 

Triumphant entry. See Beloved Son. 

Two sisters. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Two tickets to Niagara. See Dr. Christian. 

Tycoon in the woodpile. See Dr. Christian. 

Up an' at 'em; by Tom [i.e. T. A.] Johnstone & W. 
Morrissey. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1942; D 79442; 
Thomas A. Johnstone, East Orange, N. J. & Will 
Morrissey, New York. 1451 



Up Lincoln's hill. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1942; D 79447; 

Gladdis Joy Tranter, Toronto. 1452 

Valley Forge. See Century players. 

Vermont marble. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1942; D 79515; 

Stokes McCune, Columbus, O. 1453 



43 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



1454 



pt 1, n. s., V. 15 



Vic and Sade; Feb, 16, 1942, by Paul Rhymer. © 
1 c. Mar. 6, 1942; D 79458; Procter & Gamble 
CO., Cincinnati. 1454 

Victory's in the bag. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1942; D 
79638; Helen Alpert Levin, Albany. 1455 

Visit from Aunt Harriet; by Lionel A. Walford. © 
1 c. Mar. 3, 1942; D 79453; Palo Altocivic theatre, 
Palo Alto, Calif. 1456 

Vitamin Ginny. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1942; D 79529; 
Edwin Hoi^s, New York. 1457 

Vox populi. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1942; D 79601; Irving 
Caesar, New York. 1458 

Vulture's nest. See Lone Ranger. 

Way (The); adapted from the novel Faith, by Martha 
Cabanne [pseud, of Mrs. R, L. Kayser] © 1 c. Feb. 
19, 1942; D 79540; Mrs. Robert Lee Kayser, St 
Louis. 1459 

Way out west in trouble. See Stars over HoU3rwood. 

Way to go home. © 1 c. Mar, 23, 1942; D 79632; 
Arch Oboler, Cornell, Calif. 1460 

We that are strong. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1942; D 79513; 
Phidelah Rice, Brookline, Mass. 1461 

Weep no more my lady. See Stephen Foster. 

Western union, please, © Feb. 13, 1942; D 79352; 
Frances Goodrich & Albert Hackett, New York. 

1462 

What manner of man. See Death Valley days. 

What's your boy doing tonight; or. Hello, son. © 
1 c. Mar, 10, 1942; D 79571; George D. Lottman, 
New York. 1463 

When presses roar; Jan, 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, Feb, 6, 
13, 20, 27, 1942, © 1 c, each Mar, 7, 1942; D 
79497-79505; Hearst publications, inc, Los Ange- 
les. 1464-1472 

When strangers meet. See Stars over Hollywood. 



When the time comes. © 1 c. Mar. 18,' 1942; D 
79594; Harry Kleiner, PhUadelphia. 1473 

White side of a black subject © 1 c. Mar. 18, 
1942; D 79593; Floss Henretta Reed, Hart, Mich. 

1474 

Whither leads the heart © 1 c. Jan, 26, 1942; D 
79266; Yolanda Sebeste, West Forest Hills, L. L, 
N. Y, 1475 

Who picked Mrs, Flower; by Dorothy Nichols & 
Dorothy Wyman, © 1 c. Mar. 3, 1942; D 79451; 
Palo Alto civic theatre, Palo Alto, Calif. 1476 

Why are the bugles blowing, © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1942; 
D 79584; Lee Marion & Mary Ellen Miller, New 
York. 1477 

Wild beast of Park avenue. See Millionaire's lust 
for money. 

With faith in resurrection. © 1 c. Mar, 25, 1942; 
D 79658; Ivan Jontez, Cleveland. 1478 

With love, from Florence, © 1 c. Feb, 14, 1942; 
D 79272; Claire HandsakerKeeney,Whittier, Calif. 

1479 

With pen and sword. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1942; D 79423; 
David Weiss, Philadelphia. 1480 

Woman in white; continuity no. 1064, by Irna Phillips. 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1942; D 79466; Procter & Gamble 
CO., Cincinnati. 1481 

Yes, yes, yes. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1942; D 79614; Ruth 
Margaret Woodward, New York. . 1482 

You can't fool Grandma; by Robert St Clair. © 
July 30, 1941; D 79390; Eldridge entertainment 
house, inc., Franklin, O. 1483 

You can't go naked. ©1 c. Mar. 12, 1942; D 79560; 
Basil Gilpin Partridge, Toronto, Ont , Canada, 1484 

Zarah Kreeshna; or. The devil's own, © 1 c. Feb. 
26, 1942; D 79440; Alma Newton Anderson, Chi- 
cago. 1485 



Number of entries of dramas included in Part 1, Group 3, of the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1942: 

Dramatic compositions (including 809 unpublished) — 983 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 11 unpublished) 11 

Dramatico- musical compositions (including 31 unpublished) 49 

Dramatico- musical compositions in foreign languages (including unpublished) . 4 

Total 1047 



44 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 
23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 [1485 



Along came Ruth; by Holman Day, from the French 
La demoiselle de Magasin by Tonson and Wiche- 
ler. ©Henry W. Savage, inc., Boston. R 104985, 
Feb. 13, 1942. 1 

Arrival of Kitty; by Norman Lee Swartout. © 
Helen Louise Swartout, Summit, N. J. R 105008, 
Feb. 19, 1942. 2 

Auctioneer; by Charles Klein & Lee Arthur. © 
John Victor Klein, Walton-on-Thames, England. 
R 104971, Feb. 16, 1942. 3 

Babylone; par E. Adenis, musique de Rodolphe 
Berger. Livret. © Edouard Adenis, Paris. R 
105197, Feb. 14, 1942. 4 

Case of Becky. © Edward Locke, East Islip, L. I., 
N. Y. R 104972, Feb. 16, 1942. 5 

Cat and the cherub. See Oracolo (L') 

Coontown divorcons; by Junie McCree. © Barbara 
McCree Justiz, Kew Gardens, L.I., N.Y. R 104808, 
Feb. 10, 1942. 6 

D'Arcy of the guards; by Louis Evan Shipman. © 
Lucile Watson Shipman, New York. R 104969, 
Feb. 16, 1942. 7 

Demoiselle (La) de Magasin. See Along came Ruth. 

Dutch detective. ©Walter Ben Hare, Phoenix, Ariz. 
R 103861, Jan. 19, 1942. 8 

Lady Epping's lawsuit; by Hubert Henry Davies. 
© Edgar William Davies, London. R 105284, 
Feb. 19, 1942. 9 

Maid in America; by Harold Atteridge. © Mary 
Atteridge, Lynbrook, L.I., N.Y. R 104737, Feb. 
10, 1942. 10 

Maids of Athens; by Carolyn Wells. © Henry W. 
Savage, inc., Boston. R 104986, Feb. 13, 1942. 

11 

Mollusc (The); by Hubert Henry Davies. © Edgar 
William Davies, London. R 105285, Feb. 19, 1942. 

12 



Music master; by Charles Klein. © John Victor 
Klein, Wlaton-on-Thames, England. R 104970, 
Feb. 16, 1942. 13 

Nobody's widow; by Avery Hopwood. © City bank 
farmers trust co.. New York. R 105185, Feb. 18, 
1942. 14 

Oracolo (L'); music drama, by Camillo Zanoni, 
based on The cat and the cherub of C. R. Fernald, 
English tr. by P. Pinkerton, music by Franco 
Leoni. Libretto. © Percy Pinkerton, Porthleven, 
Cornwall, England. R 104427, Jan. 29, 1942. 15 

Pageant of history. © Walter Ben Hare, Phoenix, 
Ariz. R 103862, Jan. 19, 1942. 16 

Passerelle (La); par F. de Gresac [pseud, of Mrs. 
V. Maurel]et Francis deCroisset. © Mrs. Victor 
Maurel, Hollywood, Calif. R 104828, Feb. 11, 
1942. 17 



Romance of the willow pattern; by Ethel Beekman 
Van der Veer. © Elizabeth Van Limburgh, New 
York. R 104077, Jan. 23, 1942. 18 

Single man; by Hubert Henry Davies. © Edgar 
William Davies, London. R 105283, Feb. 19, 1942. 

19 

Suzi; bk. & lyrics by Otto A. Hauerbach [i.e. O. A, 
Harbach], founded on the Hungarian of Franz 
Martos, music by Aldor Renjri. Book. © Otto 
Abeles Harbach, Mamaroneck, N. Y. R 104384, 
Jan. 28, 1942. 20 

Tonight's the night; musical play, foimded on the 
French of Alfred Delcour & Alfred Hennequin, 
book by Frederick Thompson, lyrics by Paul A. 
Rubens & P. Greenbank, music by P. A. Rubens. 
Libretto. © Herbert Rubens, London & Percy 
Greenbank, Rickmansworth, Herts, England. R 
103343, Dec. 22, 1941. 21 



Years of discretion; by Fannie Locke Hatton & F. 
Hatton. © Frederic Hatton, New York. R 105199, 
Feb. 19, 1942. 22 



45 



CLASSES L AND M 
MOTION PICTURES 



Alaska tour. © Nov, 27, 1941; M 12261; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif, 1486 

Alias Boston Blackie; based l^)on the character 
created by Jack Boyle. ©Mar. 10, 1942; L 11117; 
Columbia pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1487 

Almost married. © Mar. 4, 1942; L 11114; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc.. New York. 1488 



Aloha hooey. © Jan. 3, 
Corp., New York. 



1942; M 12286; Vitaphone 
1489 



Always in my heart; suggested by a play by Dorothy 
Bennett & ^rvlng White. © Feb. 24, 1942; L 
11137; Warner bros. pictures, inc.. New York. 1490 

Angels of mercy. © Feb. 23, 1942; M 12223; Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

1491 



Anniversary walt2;. © Mar. 2, 
Soundies distributing corp. c 
Chicago. 



1942; M 12279; 

America, inc., 

1492 



Arizona terrors. © Jan. 6, 1942; L 11103; Republic 
pictures corp., New York. 1493 

Bearcat Mountain gal. © Mar. 2, 1942; M 12278; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 14&4 

Bells of San Raquel. © Feb. 16, 1942; M 12213; 
Soimdies distributing corp. of America, inc.; 
Chicago. 1495 

Best things in life are free. © Feb. 23, 1942; M 
12227; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 1496 

Blunder below. © Feb. 13, 1942; L 11075; Para- 
mount pictures, inc.. New York. 1497 

Boy, the girl and the dog. gge Marry the boss's 
daughter. 

Bullet scars; based iq)on an idea by Charles Belden 
&Sy Bartlett. © Mar. 7, 1942; L 11115; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc.. New York. 1498 

Butch minds the baby. © Mar. 23, 1942; L 11163; 
^ Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 1499 

Call of Canada. © Dec. 5, 1941; M 12250; Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 1500 

Canal Zone; based on a story by Blaine Miller & 
Jean Dupont Miller. © Mar. 10, 1942; L 11113; 
Colimibia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1501 



Captain Midnight. 
Hollywood, Calif. 



© 



Columbia pictures corp., 
1502, 1503 



Chap. no. 3, The captured plane. © Mar. 1, 1942; 
L 11104. 



Chap. no. 4, Mistaken identity. © Mar. 3, 1942; 
L 11097. 

Captains of the clouds; from a story by Arthur T. 
Herman & Roland Gillett. © Jan. 21, 1942; L 
11086; Warner bros. pictures, inc., New York. 

1504 

Captured plane. See Captain Midnight. 

Carnival in Brazil. © Mar. 6, 1942; M 12254; 
Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. 1505 

Chicago. Seg. Roxie Hart. 

Close call for Ellery Queen. © Jan. 19, 1942; L 
11135; Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

1506 

Code of the outlaw; based on characters created by 
William Colt MacDonald. © Jan. 30, 1942; L 
11098; Republic pictures corp., New York. 1507 

College champions. © Feb. 12, 1942; M 12217; 
Columbia pictures corp., Holl3n»ood, Calif. 1508 

Count me in. © Mar. 2, 1942; M 12281; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 1509 

Cowboy serenade. © Jan. 22, 1942; L 11101; Re- 
public pictures corp., New York. 1510 

Crazy qulzz. © Feb. 16, 1942; M 12216; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc . , Chicago. 1511 

Dangerously they Uve. © Feb. 21, 1942; L 11080; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New York. 1512 

Dawn express. © Feb. 20, 1942; L 11141; Producers 
releasing corp., New York. 1513 

Death plunge. See Gang busters. 

Deck girders: Sub-assembly, gee Shipbuilding 
skills. 

Deck plates: Regulating and settings See Ship- 
building skills. 

Desert ghosts. © Feb. 24, 1942; M 12240; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 1514 

Dick Tracy vs. Crime, inc.; based on cartoon strip 
by Chester Gould. © Dec. 27, 1941; L 11139; 
Republic pictures corp., New York. 1515 

Down Rio Grande way. © Mar. 25, 1942; L 11159; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1516 

Drums of the Congo. © Mar. 10, 1942; L 11127; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 1517 

Duke of the navy. © Jan. 5, 1942; L 11130; Producers 
releasing corp.. New York. 1518 



46 



MOTION PICTURES 



no. 3, 1942 



1561 



Dumbo; based on the book by Helen Aberson & 
Harold Pearl. © Aug. 8, 1941; L 11124; Walt 
Disney productions, Burbank, Calif. 1519 

Dutch Guiana. © Jan. 2, 1942; M 12252; Twentieth 
century-Fox film Corp., New York. 1520 

Exits to terror, gee Holt of the secret service. 

Eye pay - you take it. © title, descr. & 5 prints 
reed. Mar. 12, 1942; M 12259; J. B. Schuyler, 
Milwaukee. 1521 

Filing. © title, descr. & 143 prints reed. Mar. 9, 
1942; M 12246; Jam Handy picture service, inc., 
Detroit. 1522 

Flashing blades. © Feb. 24, 1942; M 12247; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 1523 

Forbidden trails. © Jan. 2, 1942; L 11160; Mono- 
gram pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1524 

Fraternity, gee On the sunny side. 

Gang bait. §ge Gang busters. 

Gang busters. © Universal pictures co., inc.. 
New York. 1525-1537 

Chap. no. l,The league of murdered men. © Feb. 

24, 1942; L 11087. 
Chap, no, 2, The death plunge. © Feb. 24, 1942 

L 11088. 
Chap. no. 3, Murder blockade. © Feb. 24, 1942 

L 11089. 
Chap. no. 4, Hangman's noose. © Feb. 24, 1942 

L 11090. 
Chap. no. 5, Man under cover. © Feb. 24, 1942 

L 11091. 
Chap. no. 6, Under crumbling walls. © Feb. 27, 

1942; L 11107. 
Chap. no. 7, The water trap. © Feb. 27, 1942 

L 11108. 
Chap. no. 8, Murder by proxy. © Mar. 6, 1942 

L 11120. 
Chap. no. 9, Gang bait. © Mar. 6, 1942; L 11121 
Chap. no. 10, Mob vengeance. © Mar. 6, 1942: 

L 11122. 
Chap. no. 11, Wanted at headquarters. ©Mar. 12 

1942; L 11145. 
Chap, no. 12, The long chance. © Mar. 12, 1942: 

L 11146. 
Chap. no. 13, Law and order. © Mar. 12, 1942; L 

11147, 

Ghost of Frankenstein. © Mar. 10, 1942; L 11129; 
Universal pictures co., inc.. New York. 1538 

Girls' town. © Jan. 25, 1942; L 11136; Producers 
releasing corp., New York. 1539 

Good-bye Mr. Moth. © Mar. 13, 1942; M 12270; 
Universal pictures co., inc. & Walter Lantz pro- 
ductions, New York. 1540 

Great American divide. © Feb. 12, 1942; M 12198; 
Columbia pictures corp., HoUjrwood, Calif. 

1541 

Hams that couldn't be cured. © Feb. 24, 1942; Uni- 
versal pictures CO., inc. & Walter Lantz produc- 
tions, New York. 1542 



Hangman's noose. See Gang busters. 

Hay foot. © Dec. 15, 1941; L 11128; Hal Roach 
studios, inc.. New York. 1543 

Heads up. © title, descr. &82 prints reed. Mar. 6, 
1942; M 12233; William J. Ganz co.. New York. 

1544 

Health is a victory. © Feb. 24, 1942; M 12253; 
American social hygiene assn., inc., New York. 

1545 

Heart of the Rio Grande; based on a story by Newlin 
B. Wildes. © Mar. 11, 1942; L 11138; Republic 
pictures corp.. New York. 1546 

Hedda Hopper's Hollywood, no. 3. © Feb. 20, 1942; 
M 12221; Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. 1547 



Holt of the secret service. 
Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 



Colimibia pictures 
1548-1550 



Chap. no. 4, Menaced by fate. © Dec. 8, 1941; L 

11156. 
Chap, no, 5, Exits to terror. © Dec. 9, 1941; L 

11157. 
Chap, no. 10, Named to die. © Dec. 29, 1941; L 

11158. 

Home front offensive. © Feb. 28, 1942; M 12288; 
Bertram Willoughby, Chicago. 1551 

Hong Kong blues. © Mar. 2, 1942; M 12282; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 1552 

I got her in the maiL © Feb. 23, 1942; M 12229; 
Soimdies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 1553 

I'll never heil ^ain. © June 3, 1941; L 11133; Co- 
lumbia pictures corp., Holl3rwood, Calif. 1554 

Innerbottom sections: Sub-assembly of a closed 
floor; sub-assembly of an open floor. See Ship- 
building skills. 

Invaders. © Feb. 18, 1942; L 11105; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1555 

Iron claw; chap. 13, The secret door. © Oct. 30, 
1941; L 11152; Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, 
Calif, 1556 

Ja da, © Mar. 2, 1942; M 12280; Soundies distrib- 
uting corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 1557 

Jam session, © Feb. 16, 1942; M 12211; Soundies 
distributii^ corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

1558 

Jammln' in the panoram. © Jan. 23, 1942; M 12226; 
Soimdies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 1559 

Jittarumba. © Feb. 23, 1942; M 12224; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

1560 

Knife, a fork and a spoon. © Feb. 16, 1942; M 
12214; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 1561 



47 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



1562 



pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 



Lady for a night; based on a story by Garrett Fort. 
© Jan. 5, 1942; L 11100; Republic pictures Corp., 
New York. 1562 

Lady has plans; based on a story by Leo Birinski. 
©Dec. 30, 1941; L 11161; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 1563 

Law and order, gee Gang busters. 

League of murdered men. Se , e Gang busters. 

Lone Rider in Cheyenne. ©Feb. 10, 1942; L 11140; 
Producers releasing corp.. New York. 1564 

Loi^ chance, geg. Gar^ busters. 

Lure of the surf. © Feb. 20, 1942; M 12199; Para- 
mount pictures, inc.. New York. 1565 

Man from Cheyenne. © Jan. 16, 1942; L 11102; 
Republic pictures corp.. New York. 1566 

Man under cover. See Gang busters. 

Marry the boss's daughter; sv^gested by the story. 
The boy, the girl and the dog, by Sandor Farago 
& Alexander G. Kenedi. © Nov. 28, 1941; L 
11082; Twentieth century-Fox film corp., New 
York. 1567 

Menaced by fate. See Holt of the secret service. 

Merry madcaps. © Mar. 3, 1942; L 11112; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc.. New York. 1568 

Mississippi gambler. © Feb. 24, 1942; L 11092; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 1569 

Mistaken identity. §ee Captain Midnight. 

Mr. Bug goes to town. © Dec. 4, 1941; L 11074; 
Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. 1570 

Mister V; based on an original story by A. C. Mac- 
Donell & Wolfgang Wilhelm. © Dec. 15, 1941; 
L 11151; United artists corp., New York. 1571 

Mob vengeance. See Gang busters. 

Movietone news; v. 24, nos. 39-51. © Jan. 20, 
22, 27, 29, Feb. 3,5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26, Mar. 
3, 1942; M 12235, 12236, 12242-12245, 12266- 
12269, 12291-12293; Movietonews, inc.. New York. 

1572-1584 

Murder blockade. See Gang busters. 

Murder by proxy. See (Sang busters. 

Mystery of Marie Roget. © Feb. 24, 1942; L 11094; 
Universal pictures co., inc.. New York. 1585 

Named to die. See Holt of the secret service. 

News of the day; v. 13, nos. 239 - 248. © Jan. 27, 
29, Feb. 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26, 1942; M 
12200, 12201, 12218, 12219, 12248, 12249, 12264, 
12265, 12289, 12290; Hearst Metrotone news, inc., 
New York. 1586-1595 

No romance in your soul. © Feb. 16, 1942; M 
12210; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 1596 



Oars and paddles. © title, descr. & 83 prints reed. 
Mar. 6, 1942; M 12234; WilUam J. Ganz cc. New 



York. 



1597 



On the sunny side; suggested by the story. Fraternity, 
by Mary C. McCall, jr. © Dec. 5, 1941; L 11110; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., New York.1598 

Oranges that please, ©title, descr. & 5 prints reed. 
Mar. 23, 1942; M 12287; Food machinery corp., 
Riverside, Calif. 1599 

Playtime in Hawaii. © Dec. 19, 1941; M 12251; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp.. New York. 

1600 

Pluto, junior. © Jan. 2, 1942; L 11126; Walt Dis- 
ney productions, Burbank, Calif. 1601 

Porky's cafe. © Mar. 9, 1942; M 12238; Vitaphone 
Corp., New York. 1602 

Porky's midnight matinee. © Dec. 28, 1941; M 
12285; Vitaphone corp.. New York. 1603 

Preparing and setting a keel block and bottom cradle. 
See Shipbuilding skills. 

Pussy cat cafe. © Feb. 24, 1942; M 12241; Universal 
pictures co., inc.. New York. 1604 

Rack 'em up. © Dec. 19, 1941; M 12262; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1605 

Raiders of the range; based on a story by Albert 
Demond, based on characters created by William 
Colt MacDonald. © Mar. 18, 1942; L 11155; Re- 
public pictures corp., New York. 1606 

Raiders of the West. © Jan. 15, 1942; L 11131; Pro- 
ducers releasing corp., New York. 1607 

Right to the heart; based on the story by Harold 
MacGrath. © Jan. 23, 1942; L 11119; Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 1608 

Roxie Hart; based upon the play, Chicago, by Maurine 
Watkins. © Feb. 20, 1942; L 11111; Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 1609 



Sappy birthday, 
pictures corp. 



© Feb. 5, 1942; L 11083; Columbia 
Hollywood, Calif. 1610 



Secret door. See Iron claw. 

Semaphores. © title, descr. & 88 prints reed. Mar. 
14, 1942; M 12260; Jam Handy picture service, 
inc., Detroit. 1611 

She don't wanna. © Feb. 23, 1942; M 12225; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

1612 



Shipbuilding skills. 
York. 



© 



Caravel films, inc.. New 
1613-1617 



No. Ij Preparing and setting a keel block and 
bottom cradle. © title, descr. & 73 prints reed. 
Mar. 19, 1942; M 12273. 

No. 2, Innerbottom sections: Sub-assembly at a 
closed floor; sub-assembly of an (5)en floor. © 
title, descr. &60 prints reed. Mar, 19, 1942; M 
12274. 



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no. 3, 1942 



1667 



NO. 4,Sid>, frames: Sub-assembly of aweb frame. 

© tiUe, descr. &44 prints reed. Mar. 19, 1942; 

M 12275. 
No. 5, Deck girders: Sub-assembly. © title, 

descr. &49 prints reed. Mar. 19, 1942; M 12276. 
No. 10, Deck plates: Regulating and setting. © 

tiUe, descr. &46 prints reed. Mar. 19, 1942; M 

12277. 

Shuffle rhythm. © Mar. 12, 1942; L 11148; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc.. New York. 1618 

Side frames: Sub-assembly of a web frame. See 
Shipbuilding skills. 

Sky pastures. © Mar, 3, 1942; M 12237; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 1619 

So you think you know music; series 2, no. 2. © 
Mar. 13, 1942; M 12263; Columbia pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 1620 

South of Santa Fe. © Feb. 17, 1942; L 11099; Re- 
public pictures corp., New York. 1621 

Spare time in the army. © Feb. 12, 1942; L 11096; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1622 

Stagecoach express. © Mar. 6, 1942; L 11154; Re- 
public pictures corp.. New York. 1623 

Strange case of Doctor Rx. © Feb. 24, 1942; L 
11093; Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 

1624 

Sugar bowl Humpty Dumpty. © Feb. 24, 1942; M 
12239; Universal pictures co., inc.. New York. 

1625 

Superman in The Arctic giant. © Feb. 27, 1942; 
L 11106; Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. 

1626 

Sweet spirits of nighter. © Dec. 11, 1941; L 11142; 



1627 



Columbia pictures corp., HoUjrwood, Calif 



Swing frolic. © Feb. 24, 1942; L 11078; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 1628 

Symphony hour. © Jan. 9, 1942; L 11125; Walt 
Disney productions, Burbank, Calif. 1629 

That did it Marie. © Feb. 23, 1942; M 12230; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 1630 

There's one born every minute. © Feb. 27, 1942; 
L 11113; Universal pictures co., inc.. New York. 

1631 

This is no laughing matter. © Mar. 2, 1942; M 
12284; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 1632 

ThriUs of the deep. © Feb. 26, 1942; M 12220; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 1633 

Thunder River feud. © Jan. 10, 1942; L 11150; 
Range busters, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 1634 

Too many women. © Jan. 21, 1942; L 11143; Pro- 
ducers releasing corp., New York. 1635 



Torpedo boat; based on an original story by Aaron 
Gottlieb. © Jan. 15, 1942; L 11144; Paramount pic- 
tures, inc.. New York. 1636 

Tough as they come. © Feb. 24, 1942; L 11076; 
Universal pictures co., inc.. New York. 1637 

Tragedy at midnight. © Feb. 2, 1942; L 11153; 
Republic pictures corp., New York, 1638 

Tramp, tramp, tramp. © Mar. 10, 1942; L 11116; 
Columbia pictures corp^, Hollywood, Calif. 

1639 

Tune time. © Feb. 26, 1942; L 11095; Universal 
pictures co., inc.. New York. 1640 

$21.00 a day once a month, © Feb. 16, 1942; M 
12212; Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 1641 

Two Latins from Manhattan. © Oct. 2, 1941; L 
11134; Colimibia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

1642 

Two yanks in Trinidad. © Mar. 5, 1942; L 11109; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1643 

Under crumbling walls. See Gang busters. 

Universal newsreel; v. 14, nos. 45-47, v. 15, nos, 
48-58. © Dec. 30, 1941, Jan. 2, 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 
22, 27, 29, Feb. 3, 5, 10, 12, 1942; M 12203-12208, 
12231, 12232, 12255-12258, 12271, 12272; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York, 1644-1657 

Unseen enemy. © Mar. 16, 1942; L 11149; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 1658 

Unusual occl^)ations; L 1-3. © Feb. 27, 1942; M 
12222; Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. 

1659 

Virginia, Georgia and Caroline. © Feb. 23, 1942; 
M 12228; Soundies distributing corp, of America, 
inc., Chicago. 1660 

Wacky wigwams. © Feb. 22, 1942; L 11084; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 1661 

Wanted at headquarters. See Gai^ busters. 

Water trap. See Gang busters. 

What's cooMn'. © Feb. 24, 1942; L 11079; Universal 
pictvires co., inc., New York. 1662 

What's the matador. © Mar. 9, 1942; L 11123; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1663 

When Irish eyes are smilln'. © Feb. 16, 1942; M 
12215; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 1664 

White cliffs of Dover. © Feb. 16, 1942; M 12209; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago, 1665 

Wild BiU Hlckok rides, © Jan, 31, 1942; L 11085; 
Warner bros, pictures, inc, New York. 1666 

Witness (The) © Mar, 11, 1942; L 11162; Paramount 
pictures, inc,, New York, 1667 



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pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 



Ya darn tootin' Gabriel. © Mar, 2, 1942; M 12283; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 1668 

Yoo-hoo, General. © Mar. 12, 1942; L 11132; Co- 
lumbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 1669 



Young America, © Feb. 6, 1942; L 11081; Twenti- 
eth century-Fox film corp., New York. 1670 

You're telUng me. © Feb. 24, 1942; L 11077; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 

1671 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1942: 

Motion picture photoplays 258 

Motion pictures other than photoplays --- - - 366 

Total - - 624 



TITLES OF MOTION PICTURES OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED UNDER 
SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 [1671 



Life's shop window. © Twentieth century-Fox film 
Corp., New York. R 104811, Feb. 6, 1942. 1 



50 



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THE LIBKARY OF CONGRESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OP 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OP CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4. 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 

INCLUDING 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1942 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 15 
No. 4 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1942 



THE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts, Part 1, 
Group 3, issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and 
Motion Pictures. Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of 
the entries made in Class "D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico-musical 
compositions, arranged alphabetically by title; Class "L," Motion-picture photo- 
plays, and Class "M," Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alpha- 
betically by title. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreiations used in this part are as follows: "D," Class D, 
Dramatic compositions ; "L," Class L, Motion-picture photoplays ; and "M," 
Class M, Motion pictures other than pl^otoplays. ".©" implies copyright re,t:is- 
tration of a published work followed by date of publication ; "© 1 c." stands 
for copyright of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right Office of the printed or manuscript copy. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
renewed under section 23 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this 
issue immediately following the drama list, and a list of motion pictures of 
which thjC subsisting copyright has been renewed, will be found immediately 
following the motion picture list. 

The annual index contains the titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles 
of all motion pictures. 

The act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the 
Catalog of Copyright Entries "shall be admitted in any court as prima iacie 
evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright registration." 

The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received 
only for the calendar year) for Part 1, Group 3, is $2.00 for 1942, payable in 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal 
money order, express order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the 
prices of the various parts of the Catalog are now as follows : 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3. 00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps ,_ 3. 00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2. 00 

Part 2, Periodicals 5. 00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions 3. 00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2. 00 

Single numbers „ . 50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10, 00 



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NOTICE 



The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration, the Librarian of Congress shall deter- 
mine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the perma- 
nent collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
District of Colmnbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of coypright, unless reserved, under the 
provisions of section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that, insofar as any copyright 
articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, in- 
clusive, are still remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and 
are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other 
govermnental library in the District of Columbia, such books or 
articles, unless reserved, may be returned to the claimant of copyright 
if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1942. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
tions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or 
photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs 
filed for identifiying works of art may not be returned. No maps 
are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
should make formal request for the return of the articles, which 
must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be 
supplied on request. Address Kegister of Copyeights, Library of 
Congress, Washington, D. G. 



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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

Note. — If the claimant of copyright is the same as the author, no statement of 
authorship is given. 



Absent minded professor; by L. Verne 
Slout © Mar. 27, 1942; D 79753; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 1672 

Affairs of Tom, Dick and Harry. © 1 c. 
Apr. 21, 1942 ; D 79964 ; Paul Joseph 
Larmer, Oak Park, 111. 1673 

Against the storm; episode no. 636, by 
Sandra Michael. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1942 ; 
D 79805; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1674 

Agreement for alimony. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 
1942; D 79922; Gilbert Riddell, New 
York. 1675 

Agrippina I. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1942; D 
79777; Cora M. Williams, Los An- 
geles. 1676 

Alibi house. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1942; D 
79920 ; Mildred Henry Merrill & F. K. 
Long, St. Louis Co., Mo. 1677 

Aliens. See Report to the nation. 

Aliens on the move. See Ned Jordan — 
secret agent. 

All clear. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1942 ; D 79814 ; 
Maud Clement Peddell, Los Angeles. 

1678 

Allen, incorporated; by Russell Porter. 
© Mar. 20, 1942; D 79828; Samuel 
French, New York. 1679 

All's fair in war. See Green Hornet. 

Along the Oregon Trail. See Lone 
Ranger. 

America the beautiful. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 
1942; D 79910; Ethel M. Horan, 
Buffalo. 1680 

American incident; by Melvin Levy. 
© Ja.n. 9, 1942; D 79835; Samuel 
French, New York. 1681 

American passport; by Dana Thomas. 
© Mar. 24, 1942; D 79751; North- 
western press, Minneapolis. 1682 

American story; words and music by 
M. F. Hall. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1942 ; D 
76128; Myers F. Hall, New Bedford, 
Mass. 1683 



And this be our motto, 
tian. 



See Dr. Chris- 



Antiquing on the sly. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 
1942; D 79073; Maxine Perry Phil- 
pot, Jackson, Miss. 1684 

April fool. See Dr. Christian. 

Army red. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1942; D 
79843; John Lemar Price, jr.. Uni- 
versity Heights, O. 1685 

Arthur Murray taught me dancing. © 
1 c. Apr. 8, 1942; D 79935; Arthur 
Miller, New York. 1686 

Automobile show 1942. See Report to 
the nation. 

Bartons; episode no. 91, by Harlan 
Ware. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1942 ; D 19808 ; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

1687 

Beloved Son ; by Eva Petterman. © 
Evelyn B. Peterman, Philadelphia. 

1688, 1689 

2, The new covenant. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1942 ; D 79673. 



3, The Son of God. 
1942 ; D 79674. 



© 1 c. Feb. 24, 



Bergen-Jeanette MacDonald ; Apr. 5, 
1942. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1942 ; D 79069 ; 
Edgar John Bergen, Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 1690 

Better soldier. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1942; 
D 79790; Bernard Simon & William 
Morwood, New York. 1691 

Better than ever; by R. J. Corcoran. 
© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1942 ; D 76125 ; Robert 
John Corcoran, Chicago. 1692 

Big help; by John McMahill. © 1 c. 
Mar. 23, 1942 ; D unp. 79887 ; Ann K. 
Winner, Beverly Hills, Calif. 1693 

Blackout. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1942 ; D 79856 ; 
Durell Sterling Richards, Detroit. 

1694 

Blind light. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1942; D 
79677 ; Isobel Stone, New York. 1695 



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1696 



pt. I, n. s,, V. 15 



Blue River. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. 

Board of economic warfare. See Report 
to the nation. 

Boy who wanted to write. See Dr. 
Christian. 

Boy with a drum. See Hay-foot, straw- 
foot. 

Break my heart. <c) 1 c. Apr. 23, 1942 ; 
D 79985 ; Charles Martin, New York. 

1696 

Breath on the sail. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1942 ; 
D 79686; Lucille S. Prumbs, New 
York. 1697 

Bridge-passage; by O. M. Bigelow. © 
1 c. Apr. 16, 1942 ; D 79916 ; Otis M. 
Bigelow, 3d, Clinton, N. Y. 1698 

Brita. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1942 ; D 80006 ; 
Jack D. A. Mitchell, Detroit. 1699 

Broken spur. See Lone Ranger. 

Brooklyn serenade. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 
1942 ; D 79760 ; Benjamin David, New 
York. 1700 

Buttered side up ; by John Wray Young. 
© Jan. 12, 1942; D 79827; Samuel 
French, New York. 1701 

Call me a taxi ; by Zelia-Francis 
Bouchelle [pseud, of Z. F. B. Wimbish] 
& P. C. Wimbish. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1942; D 79739; Zelia-Francis Bouch- 
elle Wimbish & Paul Cunningham 
Wimbish, New Smvrna Beacli, Fla. 

1702 

Call of duty. See Lone Ranger. 

Carefree ; based upon the motion pic- 
ture of the same title, dramatized by 
Frank Vreeland. © Mar. 25, 1942; 
D 79692; RKO radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 1703 

Carmen ; English libretto, by M. Bowe 
to Bizet's opera, Carmen, from the 
novel by Prosper Merimee. © 1 c. 
Apr. 20, 1942 ; D 79957 ; Morton Bowe, 
Dennis Port, Mass. 1704 

Carnival in heaven. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 
1942 ; D 79937 ; Erna Wedeman, New 
York. 1705 

Castle on the moon. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1942 ; 
D 79794 ; Andor Recsei, Santa Monica, 
Calif. 1706 

Cat screams ; from the novel by T. 
Downing, based on adaptation by B. 
Beyea, dramatization by John Pat- 
rick [pseud, of J. P. Goggan] © 1 c. 
Apr. 7, 1942 ; D 79816 ; Todd Downing, 



Basil Beyea & John Patrick Goggan, 
New York. 1707 

Challenge of the Yukon; by Thomas 
Dougall. © Challenge of the Yukon, 
inc., Detroit. 1708-1715 

No. 220, Double deal. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 

1942 ; D 79707. 
No. 221, The will. © 1 c. Mar. 80, 

1942 ; D 79708. 
No. 222, Return to Skagway. © 1 c. 

Mar. 30, 1942 ; D 79709. 
No. 223, The Dawson fire. © 1 c. 

Mar. 30, 1942 ; D 79710. 
No. 224, Blue River. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 

1942 ; D 79711. 
No. 225, Apr. 1, 1942, Lucky streak. 

© 1 c. Apr. 23, 1942 ; D 79987. 
No. 226, Apr. 8, 1942. Test for trai- 
tors. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1942 ; D 79988. 
No. 227, Apr. 15, 1942, Land office 

business. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1942; 

D 79989. 

Children's defense crusade. © Kathryn 
Marie Buder, Clayton, Mo. 1716, 1717 
No. 1, Inspirational program. © 1 c. 

Mar. 25, 1942; D 79742. 
Program 1, Medical corps. © 1 c. 

Mar. 25, 1942 ; D 79741. 

Christopher Steele ; episode 2. © 1 c. 
Apr. 1, 1942; D 79798; Jane Crusin- 
berry, Chicago. 1718 

City of destiny; episode no. 1. © 1 e. 
Apr. 15, 1942 ; D 79898 ; William Alley, 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 1719 

Cloudy waters. See Lone Ranger. 

Code of the plains. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1942 ; 
D 79857; Robert Van Hooton & 
Dwight Bennett Newton, Kansas 
City, Mo. 1720 

Color schemers. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1942;; 
D 79913 ; Annie Austin Flint, Tanners- 
ville, N. Y. 1721 

Come on America ! Let's go ! Everybody. 
© 1 c. Apr. 6, 1942; D 79792; A. D. 
Kaner, St. Louis. 1722 

Common defense ; by James Prindle, 3d. 
© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1942 ; D 79783 ; Wild- 
ing picture sales corp., Detroit. 1723 

Comrade biology. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1942 ; 
D 79728; Alan Reynolds Thompson, 
Berkeley, Calif. 1724 

Conquerors of the clouds ; by H. Rob- 
ert Olds. © Curtiss-Wright corp., 
Airplane div., Columbus plant, Colum- 
bus, O. 1725, 1726 



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no. 4, 1942 



1757 



Script no. 1, Mar. 25. 1942. (c) 1 

c. Apr. 4, 1942; D 79940. 
Script no. 2, Apr. 1, 1942. © 1 c. 

Apr. 16. 1942; D 79939. 

Contract for a killer. See Green Hor- 
net. 

Could be. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1942 ; D 79780 ; 
Florence Schall, Forest Hills, N.,Y. 

1727 

Countess of Aurenac ; by Milton Leo 
Bernard. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1942: D 
79678: Eunice Bernard, Dorchester. 
Mass. 1728 

Courage ; Nancy Lincoln, by Evelyn 
Berckman. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1942; D 
79921 ; Lenore Tobin, New York. 1729 

Crime doctor; no. 87-89. © 1 c. Apr. 
2. 14. 16, 1942 : D 79768, 79893, 79911 ; 
Max Marcin, New York. 1730-1732 

Cry without tears. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1942 : 
D 79919; Murray Burnett, Elmburst, 
L. I., & Joan Alison, New York. 1733 

Darkness deepens. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1942 : 
D 79928 : Lvda Nagel. Glendale, Calif. 

1734 



Dawson fire, 
kon. 



>ee Challenge of the Yu- 



Death from a snake. See Ned Jordan — 
secret agent. 

Death in the camera. See First nighter. 

Death Valley days; by McCann-Erick- 
son, inc. © Pacific coast borax co.. 
New York. 1735-1739 

Mar. 26. 1942, Sego lilies. © 1 c. Mar. 
24, 1942 ; D 79683. 

Apr. 2, 1942, Diamond Bill. © 1 c. 
Apr. 22, 1942 ; D 79981. 

Apr. 9, 1942, Two gun Nan. © 1 c. 
Apr. 22, 1942 ; D 79982. 

Apr. 16, 1942, Mr. Pinkerton of Placer- 
Tille. © 1 c. Apr. 22. 1942: D 
79983. 

Apr. 23, 1942, Dr. Montezuma. © 
1 c. Apr. 22, 1942; D 79984. 

Deliver the goods ; bv Theodore Ward. 
© 1 c. Apr. 20, 1942 : D 79954 : James 
Theodore Ward. New York. 1740 

Denunciation; by Mary Fielding 
[pseud.] © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1942; D 
79770 ; Mary Hoyt Wiborg. New York. 

1741 

Deputy for Tumbleweed. See Lone 
Ranger. 



Destroyers. © Mar. 30, 1942 ; D 79789 ; 
A. Fleming MacLiesh, New York. 

1742 

Diamond Bill. See Death Valley days. 

Diamond trail. See Lone Banger. 

Divining rod. See Lone Ranger. 

Dr. Christian. © McCann-Erickson, 
inc.. New York. 1743-1746 

Episode no. 175, April fool. © 1 c. 

Apr. 8, 1942 ; D 79846. 
Episode no. 176. And this be our motto. 

© 1 c. Apr. 22, 1942 ; D 79978. 
Episode no. 177, The boy who wanted 

to write. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1942; 

D 79979. 
Episode no. 178, Sleeping beauty. © 

1 c. Apr. 22, 1942; D 79980. 

Dr. I. Q. : Apr. 6, 1942, by Will C. Grant. 
© 1 c. Apr. 7, 1942 ; D 79811 ; Grant 
advertising, inc., Chicago. 1747 

Dr. Montezuma. See Death Valley days. 

Doctors. See School of the air of the 
Americas. Americans at work. 

Don't miss the boat. See Ned Jordan — 
secret agent. 

Double deal. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. 

Double trouble. See Lone Ranger. 

Dress circle. © 1 c. Apr. S, 1942; D 
79838 ; Vera Massev, Jackson Heights, 
N. Y. 1748 

Drexel's end. See Lone Ranger. 

Duffy's tavern. © Ed Gardner, New 



York. 



17^ 



-1751 



Mar. 17. 1942. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1942; 

D 79793. 
Mar. 24. 31. 1942. © 1 c. each Apr. 

13, 1942; D 79868, 79869. 

Easter's festival ; text by Martha Bayly 
[pseud, of Mattie B. Shannon] music 
bv Arthur Grantlev [pseud, of I. H. 
Meredith] © Jan. 12, 1942 ; D 76122 ; 
TuUar-Meredith co.. New York. 1752 

Edgar Bergen — Charlie McCarthy. © 
Edgar John Bergen, Beverlv Hills, 
Calif. 1753-1756 

Mar. 8, 15, 1942. © 1 c. each Mar. 

27, 1942; D 79687, 7a688. 
Mar. 22. 29, 1942. © 1 c. each Apr. 6, 
1942; D 79796, 79797. 

Efil. © Mar. 14, 1942; D 79747; Cle- 
ment Wood, Delauson, N. Y. 1757 

End of page. See Lone Ranger. 



CATALOG OF COPYEIGHT ENTRIES 



1758 



pt. I, n. s., V. 15 



Enigma. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1942; D 
79733 ; Frank Samuel James, New 
York. 1758 

Faith in a righteous God. © 1 c. Mar. 
30, 1942 ; D 79732 ; Ira Edward Petry, 
Huntington, W. Va. 1759 

Farmers. See School of the air of the 
Americas. Americans at work. 

Fascist (The) © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1942; 
D 79972; Marcel Friedman & Harry 
Kleiner, New York. 1760 

Fascist's holiday. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1942 ; 
D 79945; David Dargin, New York. 

1761 

Favorite son. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1942; 
D 79695 ; Leonard Spinrad «& Edward 
Schreiber, New York. 1762 

Fifth avenue fantasy. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 
1942; D 79791; Marjorie McCann, 
Pittsburgh. 1763 

Fifty thousand head. See Lone Ranger. 

Finn and Haddie. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1942 ; 
D 79855; Billy M. Greene, Jackson 
Heights, L. I., N. Y. 1764 

First nighter. © Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 1765-1767 

Mar. 27, 1942, Death in the camera, by 
Sam Locke. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1942; 
D 79779. 

Apr. 3, 1942, Toast and honey, by 
Sidney Marshall. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 
1942; D 79837. 

Apr. 10, 1942, Free press for Fre- 
mont, by John Grichton. © 1 c. 
Apr. 20, 1942; D 79962. 

First person, feminine; program no. 1, 
Jean Faircloth MacArthur, by Mau- 
rice Zimm & S. M. Kerner. © 1 c. 
Apr. 14, 1942 ; D 79892 ; Sam Martin 
Kerner, West Hollywood, Calif. 1768 

Flight into Egypt. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1942 ; 
D 79853 ; Olive Remington Goldman, 
Urbana, 111. 1769 

For a better world. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 
1942; D 79815; Schima Kaufman, 
Philadelphia. 1770 

For his son's sake. See Lone Ranger. 

For men only; by Tom Taggart. © 
Dec. 9, 1941; D 79824; Samuel 
French, New York. 1771 

Forced sale. See Lone Ranger. 

Free press for Fremont. See First 
nighter. 



Friend in need makes trouble. See 
Green Hornet. 

Furs trap a badman. See Lone Ranger. 

Full house; by Frances Marquette 
[pseud, of F. M. Wrean] © 1 c. Apr. 
16, 1942 ; D 79914 ; Frances M. Wrean, 
Champaign, 111. 1772 

Gamblers' end. See Lone Ranger. 

Gertie's uncle ; by Robert St. Clair. © 
Apr. 10, 1942 ; D 79946 ; Northwestern 
press, Minneapolis. 1773 

Girl's bonfire. See Lone Ranger. 

Girls of the U. S. A. ; by Peggy Fern- 
way. © Feb. 25, 1942; D 79832; 
Samuel French, New York. 1774 

Give me an audience. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 
1942; D 79966; Milton Hocky, New 
York. 1775 

Glass workers. See School of the air 
of the Americas. Americans at work. 

Great Doctor Dilly; text & music R. 
Herrick. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1942; D 
76127 ; Ralph Herrick, Boston, N. Y. 

1776 

Green Hornet; by Fran Striker. © 
Green Hornet, inc., Detroit. 

1777-1784 

No. 546, Road closed for crime. © 

1 c. Mar. 30, 1942; D 79702. 
No. 547, No escape from murder. © 

1 c. Mar. 30, 1942; D 79703. 
No. 548, The hangman's noose. © 

1 c. Mar. 30, 1942; D 79704. 
No. 549, Prescription for plunder. © 

1 c. Mar. 30, 1942 ; D 79705. 
No. 550, Contract for a killer. © 

1 c. Mar. 30, 1942 ; D 79706. 
No. 551, All's fair in war. © 1 c. 

Apr. 23, 1942 ; D 79990. 
No. 552, The picture fits the frame. 

© 1 c. Apr. 23, 1942 ; D 79991. 
No. 553, A friend in need makes 

trouble. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1942; D 

79992. 

Hangman's noose. See Green Hornet. 

Hay-foot, straw-foot; or, Boy with a 
drum, text by O. A. Harbach & Oscar 
Hammerstein, music by Jerome Kern, 
based on a story by Edward Boykin. 
[Text only] © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1942; 
D 79671 ; Otto A. Harbach, Mamaron- 
eck, N. Y. 1785 

He done her wrong. © 1 e. Apr. 22, 
1942; D 79968; John David Caylor, 
Louisville. 1786 



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no. 4, 1942 



1818 



Heaven come Wednesday, (c) 1 c. Apr. 
16, 1942; D 79908; Reginald Law- 
rence, Peekskill, N. Y. 1787 

Help make America strong ; by William 
Alley. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1942 ; D 79784 ; 
Wilding picture sales corp., Detroit. 

1788 

Heroes limited; by Norman Mennes & 
May Rose Bornm. © Dec. 9, 1941; 
D 79822 ; Samuel French, New York. 

1789 

Heroes of America ; Feb. 16, 1942, 
Nathan Hale, by Milton Simon. © 1 c. 
Mar. 27, 1942; D 79859; Simon & 
Gwynn, inc., Memphis, Tenn. 1790 

High wind in Jamaica. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 
1942; D 79736; Paul Osborn, Brook- 
field Center, Conn. 1791 

Hitler sends a medal. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 
1942; D 79944; David Dargin, New 
York. 1792 

Hold that kiss ; based upon the motion 
picture of the same title, dramatized 
by Frank Vreeland. © Mar. 25, 1942 ; 
D 79690; Loew's, inc., New York. 

1793 

— — Same. © Apr. 1, 1942 ; AA 396453 ; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 1794 

Honest man. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1942; 
D 79912 ; Nathaniel Curtis, Ridgefield, 
Conn. 1795 

Honor roll. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1942; D 
79931 ; Isador Schwartz, New York. 

1796 

Hot ice. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1942 ; D 79971 ; 
William H. Lieberson & Irwin Schoff- 
mann. New York. 1797 

Hotel Travers. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1942 ; D 
79840; Harry Stanley, New York. 

1798 

Hyorky. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1942 ; D 79778 ; 
Leslie F. Egbert & Dorothy Holland, 
Upper Montclair, N. J. 1799 

Icarus had wings. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1942 ; 
D 79917 ; George Francis Slavin, South 
Orange, N. J. 1800 

If men had ears. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1942 ; 
D 79758; Lillian Heermans, Roch- 
ester, N. Y. 1801 

Use Sinclair. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1942; 
D 79858; Madeleine L'Engle Camp, 
New York. 1802 

In the shadow of God. © 1 c. Mar. 
12, 1942; D 79676; A. Jonathan Mar- 
golis & M. Davis, New York. ~ 1803 



Independencia (La) ; by Manuel Breton 
de los Herreros, adapted for early 
reading & staging by E. A. Mercado & 
Charles N. Staubach. © Jan. 26, 
1942; AA 395312; E. A. Mercado & 
Charles N. Staubach, Ann Arbor. 1804 

Indian sign. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1942; 
D 79734 ; N. Richard Nusbaum, Phila- 
delphia. 1805 

Inflamation please. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1942 ; 
D 79023 ; Murray Lewis, New York. 

1806 

Inflation. See Report to the nation. 

Inspirational program. See Children's 
defense crusade. 

Isle of Lafferoo. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1942; 
D 79772 ; Ed Wynn, New York. 1807 

It happens on earth. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 
1942; D 79774; Lili Rendy-Foldes, 
New York. 1808 

It's a mess ; modern version of Romeo 
& Juliet, by William Shakespeare & 
J. P. Leister. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1942; 
D 79049 ; John Peter Leister, El Paso. 

1809 

Jason. © Apr. 7, 1942 ; D 79836 ; Sam- 
son Raphaelson, Los Angeles. 1810 

Jean Faircloth MacArthur. See First 
person, feminine. 

Jesus — nicht Caesar. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 
1942 ; D 79682 ; Petr Lotar, Solothurn, 
Switzerland. 1811 

Joey and the swallows. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 
1942; D 79865; Lillian Leland, W^est 
Los Angeles. 1812 

Junior miss ; based on the book by Sally 
Benson, by J. Chodorov & J. Fields. 
© Mar. 23, 1942; D 79750; Jerome 
Chodorov & Joseph Fields, Hollywood, 
Calif. 1813 

Just a boy; by John McMahill, jr. © 
1 c. Apr. 10, 1942; D 79888; Ann K. 
Winner, Beverly Hills, Calif. 1814 

Kindled lights. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1942;; 
D 79781 ; Florence Schall, Forest Hills, 
N. Y. 1815 

King's garden; by Dorothy Lehman 
Sumerau. © Apr. 3, 1942 ; D 79902 ; 
Meigs pub. co., Indianapolis. 1816 

La Duse. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1942 ; D 79890 ; 
Josephine Hammond, Nantucket, Mass. 

1817 

Lady at war. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1942; 
D 79965; Dorothea Chalmers, New- 
ark, Del. 1818 



461681—42- 



55 



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1819 



pt. I, n. s., V. 15 



Lake of fire ; based on an idea by Leon 
G. Turrou. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1942; 
D 799701 ; Robert Lewis Sliayon, New 
Yorli. 1819 

Land office business. See Challenge of 
the Yukon. 

Lascia fare a me ; di Don Ercole Domi- 
nicis. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1942 ; D 79810 ; 
John Oiminello, Grafton, Pa. 1820 

Laugh (The) © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1942; D 
79757; Lillian Heermans, Rochester, 
N. Y. 1821 

Leather workers. See School of the air 
of the Americas. Americans at work. 

Let 'er go, Gallagher ; by Fae Duffy. © 
Jan. 13, 1942; D 79829; Samuel 
French, New York. 1822 

Life and death of an American. © Mar. 
30, 1942 ; D 79788 ; George Sklar, Hol- 
lyM^ood, Calif. 1823 

Life can be beautiful; episode no. 921, 
by Don Becker & Carl Bixby. © 1 c. 
Apr. 4, 1942; D 79803; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 1824 

Light shining in darkness. © 1 c. Oct. 
1, 1941; D 79851; Olive Remington 
Goldman, Urbana, 111. 1825 

Like father — like son ; by Howard Wood 
[pseud, of M. Joly] © 1 c. Mar. 30, 
1942 ; D 79756 ; Marie Joly, New York. 

1826 

Lone journey ; continuity no. 468 E. T., 
by Peter Michael & Sandra Michael. 
© 1 c. Apr. 4, 1942 ; D 79806 ; Procter 
& Gamble co., Cincinnati. 1827 

Lone Ranger ; by Fran Striker. © Lone 
Ranger, inc., Detroit. 1828-1853 

No. 1421-634, Double trouble. © 1 c. 

Mar. 30, 1942 ; D 79712. 
No. 1422-635, Diamond trail. © 1 c. 

Mar. 30, 1942; D 79713. 
No. 1423-636, Masked man's dual role. 

© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1942 ; D 79714. 
No. 1424-637, Drexel's end. © 1 c. 

Mar. 30, 1942 ; D 79715. 
JSTo. 1425-638, Stampede in the dark. 

© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1942 ; D 79716. 
ISSo. 1426-639, Cloudy waters. © 1 c. 

Mar. 30, 1942 ; D 79717. 
:No. 1427-640, Fifty thousand head. 

© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1942 ; D 79718'. 
~l^o. 1428-641, Forced sale. © 1 c. 

Mar. 30, 1942 ; D 79719. 
No. 1429-642, Men who won't talk. © 

1 c. Mar. 30, 1942 ; D 79720. 



No. 1430-643, War sweeps the range. 

© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1942 ; D 79721. 
No. 1431-644, Sound and fury. © 

1 c. Mar. 30, 1942 ; D 79722. 
No. 1432-645, The marshal of Moun- 
tain City. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1942; 

D 79723. 
No. 1433-646, Furs trap a badman. 

© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1942 ; D 79724. 
No. 1434-647, Websters big fire. © 

1 c. Mar. 30, 1942 ; D 79725. 
No. 1435-648, A girl's bonfire. © 1 c. 

Mar. 30, 1942; D 79726. 
No. 1436-649, Turnabout. © 1 c. 

Mar. 30, 1942 ; D 79727. 
No. 1437-650, Apr. 8, 1942, Set a thief. 

© 1 c. Apr. 23, 1942 ; D 79996. 
No. 1438-651, Apr. 10, 1942, Along the 

Oregon Trail. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1942 ; 

D 79997. 
No. 1439-652, Apr. 13, 1942, The 

broken spur. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1942 ; 

D 79998. 
No. 1440-653, Apr. 15, 1942, Divining 

rod. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1942 ; D 79999. 
No. 1441-654, Apr. 17, 1942, The end 

of page. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1942 ; D 

80000. 
No. 1442-655, Apr. 20, 1942, Gamblers' 

end. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1942 ; D 80001. 
No. 1443-656, Apr. 22, 1942, The dep- 

puty for Tumbleweed. © 1 c. Apr. 

23, 1942 ; D 80002. 
No. 1444-657, Apr. 24, 1942, Raising 

the seige. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1942 ; D 

80003. 
No. 1445-658, Apr. 27, 1942, For his 

son's sake. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1942; 

D 80004. 
No. 1446-649, Apr. 29, 1942, The call 

of duty. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1942; 

D 80005. 

Long may our land be bright ; by Anne 
Gehris. © Mar. 26, 1942; D 79754; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 1854 

Love in the draft. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1942 ; 
D 79894 ; Roscoe Joseph Lonsway, 
Ypsilanti, Mich. 1855 

Love pays five to two. See Stars over 
Hollywood. 

Lovely Miss Linley. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 
1942; D 79870; Belle Gumming Ken-, 
nedy, Pasadena. 1856 

Lucky streak. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. 

Lysistrata, 1942; text & music by S. 
Schlesinger, Aaron Fine & Richard 



56 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIOXS 



no. 4, 1942 



1886 



Harvey. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1942; D 
76124 ; Samuel Schlesinger, New York. 

1857 

Magnet. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1942 ; D 79844 ; 
Martha Katherine Pittenger, In- 
dianapolis. 1858 

Magnificent motherhood; by Dorothy 
Lehman Snmerau. © Apr. 3, 1942; 
D 79901; Meigs pub. co., Indianapolis. 

1859 

Maid's night out ; based upon the mo- 
tion picture of the same title, dram- 
atized by William Thorpe. © Mar. 
25, 1942; D 79693; RKO radio pic- 
tures, inc., Xew York. 1860 

Mamie Borden. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1942; 
D 79915: Horton Foote, Wharton, 
Tex. 1861 

Mamme e patria. See 'O miracolo d' 
'o trarimento e Pearl Harbor. 

Man against the sky; by Jed Fargo. 
© Mar. 31, 1942 ; D 79787 ; Aaron T. 
Rosen, Brooklyn. 1862 

Man power. See Report to the nation. 

Man with the cloakful of holes. See 
Westward wind. 

Maiiana is another day; by Theodore 
Apstein & Dwight Morris. © Mar. 
18, 1942: D 79834; Samuel French, 
New York. 1863 

Marbles mark the flame. See Ned Jor- 
dan — secret agent. 

Marshal of Mountain City. See Lone 
Ranger. 

Masked man's dual role. See Lone 
Ranger. 

Master of Palmyra ; English translation 
of Adolf Wilbrandt's German drama, 
Der meister von Palmyra, by L. E. 
Kiekhofer. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1942: D 
79930: Luella Edith Kiekhofer, Chi- 
cago. 1864 

Masterpieces, inc. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1942 : 
D 79907; Mort E. Shaw, New York. 

1865 

Matrimonial : bv Philip Johnson. © 
Feb. 2. 1942 : D 79820 ; Samuel French, 
ltd., London. 1866 

Maxwell House coffee time ; Mar. 19, 26, 
Apr. 2. 9, 1942. © 1 c. each Apr. 20, 
1942: D 79950-79953; General foods 
Corp., New York. 1867-1870 

Medical corps. See Children's defense 
crusade. 



Meet the girl friend. See Stars over 
Hollywood. 

Meeting in the rain. See Ned Jordan — 
secret agent. 

Meister (Der) von Palmj'ra. See Mas- 
ter of Palmyra. 

Men who won't talk. See Lone Ranger. 

Mendel und Mania gehen zu ein kon- 
cert. [Yiddish text] © 1 c. Mar. 30, 
1942 ; D 79745 ; Clara Zeidelman, PhU- 
adelphia. 1871 

Miracle on G street ; by Melvin Brooks 
[pseud, of T. Hirsch] © 1 c. Feb. 
26, 1942; D 79357; Theodore Hirsch, 
Brooklyn. 1872 

Mr. Pimples' dream and poem. © 1 c. 
Apr. 6, 1942 ; D 79976 ; Lionel Hawkes 
Young, Daytona Beach, Fla. 187a 

Mr. Pinkerton of Placerville. See Death 
Valley days. 

Moliere's Le bourgeois gentilhomme : di- 
alogue translated by Katherine E. 
Wheatley, lyrics translated by Rob- 
ert C. Stephenson. © 1 c. Mar. 21. 
1942; D 79936; Katherine E. Wheat- 
lev & Robert C. Stephenson, Austin, 
Tex. 1874 

More anvils waking. See Tobruk time- 
table. 

Murder deferred. See Shadow. 

Murder mansion ; bv Orville Snapp. © 
Mar. 11, 1942; D 79830; Samuel 
French, New York. 1875 

Mussolini's nightmare. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 
1&42 ; D 79891 ; Gino Monticelli, Roch- 
ester, N. Y. 1876 

My man Godfrey; from the novel by- 
Eric Hatch, dramatized by Frank 
Vreeland. © Mar. 25, 1942 : D 79691 ; 
Eric Hatch, Beverly Hills, Calif. & 
Frank Vreeland, Westport, Conn. 

1877 

Nancy Lincoln. See Courage. 

Nathan Hale. See Heroes of America. 

Nature takes its course. © 1 c. Mar. 
30, 1942; D 79731: Charles Morgan 
Seay, Palestine, Tex. 1878 

Ned Jordan — secret agent; by Fran 
Striker. © Ned Jordan — secret agent, 
inc., Detroit. 1879-18S6 

No. 171, Feb. 24. 1942, Death from a 

snake. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1942; D 

79697. 
No. 172, Mar. 3. 1942, Don't miss the 

boat. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1942; D 

79698. 



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1887 



pt. I, n. s., V. 15 



Ned Jordan— secret agent— Continued. 
No 173, Mar. 10, 1942, No claim for 

saboteurs. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1942; 

D 79699'. 
No. 174, Mar. 17, 1942, Aliens on the 

move. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1942; D 

79700. 
No 175, Mar. 24, 1942, Marbles mark 

the flame. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1942; 

D 79701. 
No. 176, Mar. 31, 1942, Zero hour. 

© 1 c. Apr. 23, 1942 ; D 79993. 
No. 177, Apr. 7, 1942, The wooden 

shoes. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1942; D 

79994. 
No. 178, Apr. 14, 1942, Meeting in the 

rain. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1942 ; D 79995. 

New covenant. See Beloved Son. 

New maid. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1942; D 
79744; Clara Zeidelman, Phila- 
delphia. 1887 

Nightmare; no. 1. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 
1942 ; D 79860 ; Arch Oboler, Cornell, 
Calif. 1888 

No boots in bed; by Ronald Elwy 
Mitchell. © Feb. 13, 1942 ; D 79786 ; 
Samuel French, New York. 1889 

No boys allowed. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1942 ; 
D 79735 ; Edith Sommer, Chicago. 

. 1890 

No claim for saboteurs. See Ned Jor- 
dan — secret agent. 

No escape from murder. See Green 
Hornet. 

No laughing matter. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 
1942 ; D 79909 ; Harris Peavey & Aus- 
tin Henry, Union, N. J. 1891 

Northanger abbey ; by Katherine Arthur, 
based on the novel by Jane Austen. 
© 1 c. Apr. 1, 1942; D 79765; Mrs. 
Douwe Stuurmaij, New Haven. 1892 

Nothing can touch me. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 
1942; D 79925; Max Sonino & Ruth 
Sonino, New York. 1893 

'O miracolo d' 'o trarimento e Pearl 
Harbor ; ovvero, Mamme e patria. © 
1 c. Mar. 14, 1942 ; D 79889 ; Michele 
Manlio Viola, Brooklyn. 1894 

Obediently yours. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1942 ; 
D 79871 ; Joseph Bailey, Washington. 

1895 

Old age security. See School of the 
air of the Americas. This living 
world. 



Old Snoopy ; by Dana Thomas. © Mar. 
24, 1942; D 79752; Northwestern 
press, Minneapolis. 1896 

O'Neills; episode no. 1670, by Jane 
West. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1942 ; D 79801 ; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

1897 

Open your eyes ; by Mabel Constanduros 
& Howard Agg. © Feb. 2, 1942; D 
79819; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

1898 

Ours is the work; by Harry William 
Nelson. © Mar. 13, 1942; D 79833; 
Samuel French, New York. 1899 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins ; continuity no. 
2275 E. T., by Orin Tovrov. © 1 c. 
Apr. 4, 1942; D 79800; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 1900 

Packet of letters. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1942; 
D 79905; Paula Seligman, Bayside, 
L. I., N. Y. 1901 

Peace, it's wonderful; by Alphonso V. 
Barto. © Nov. 4, 1941 ; D 79821 ; Sam- 
uel French, New York. 1902 

Pepsodent company broadcast. © Lord 
& Thomas, inc., Los Angeles. 

1903-1905 

Mar. 24, 1942. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1942 ; 

D 79862. 
Mar. 31, Apr. 7, 1942. © 1 c. each 

Apr. 14, 1942; D 79895, 79896. 

Picture fits the frame. See Green 
Hornet 

Pied in crime ; book by Edward [i. e. 
E. M.] Eager & Alfred Drake, lyrics 
by E. M. Eager, music by John Mundy. 
[Text only] © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1942; 
D 79866; Edward McMaken Eager, 
New York. 1906 

Pocket book of modern American plays ; 
edited, and with an introduction by 
Bennett Cerf. © Mar. 6, 1942; AA 
395662 ; Pocket books, inc., New York. 

1907 

Prescription for plunder. See Green 
Hornet. 

Prince and the mermaid ; by Carol Stone. 
© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1942 ; D 79776 ; Carol 
Stone McCahon, Chicago. 1908 

Princess Lie Lie and the professor. © 
1 c. Apr. 11, 1942; D 79854; Billy M. 
Greene, Jackson Heights, L. I., N. Y. 

1909 

Prodigy. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1942 ; D 79743 ; 
Frank Hilliard & Violet Rodda, Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 1910 



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no. 4, 1942 



1942 



Promised city. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1942; 
D 79942; Lucie Martin Roberts:. 
Tampa, Fla. 1011 

Rabboni ; by George E. Pentecost. © 
Feb. 4, 1942 ; D 79974 ; Meigs pub. co., 
Indianapolis. 1912 

Raising the siege. See Lone Ranger. 
Report to the nation. © Colnmbia 
broadcasting system, inc., New York. 

1913-1920 
Aliens, Jan. 20, 1942. © Jan. 23, 

1942 ; D 79886. 
Automobile show 1942, Mar. 3, 1942. 

© Mar. 6,-1942; D 79880. 
Board of economic warfare, Mar. 24, 

1942. © Apr. 2, 1942 ; D 79879. 
Inflation, Jan. 27, 1942. © Jan. 30, 

1942 ; D 79885. 
Man power, Feb. 10, 1942. © Feb. 18, 

1942 ; D 79883. 
Rio de Janeiro conference, Feb. 3, 

1942. © Feb. 9, 1942 ; D 79884. 
Training, Feb. 24, 1942. © Mar. 2, 

1942 ; D 79881. 
Woman power, Feb. 17, 1942. © Feb. 
• 18, 1942 ; D 79882. 

Request for love ; by Catherine Turney 
[i. e. C. T. Reynolds], arranged for 
music by Arthur Alexander. [Text 
only] © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1942 ; D 79795 ; 
Catherine Turney Reynolds, Pasa- 
dena. 1921 

Return to Skagway. See Challenge of 
the Yukon. 

Rich get richer; by Mary Hall [pseud, 
of M. H. Furber] © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1942 ; 
D 79782; Mary Hall Furber, New 
York. 1922 

Right to happiness ; episode no. 558, by 
Irna Phillips. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1942; 
D 79804 ; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 1923 

Right to live. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1942 ; D 
79681 ; Frederic William Armbruster, 
Jacksonville, Fla. 1924 

Rio de Janeiro conference. See Report 
to the nation. 

Ritual of Royal rosarians ; by E. A. 
Pierce. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1942 ; D 79904 ; 
Royal rosarians, Portland, Or. 1925 

Road closed for crime. See Green 
Hornet. 

Road of life ; episode no. 1177, by Irna 
Phillips. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1942 ; D 
79802; Procter & Gamble co., Cincin- 
nati. 1926 



Romance on wheels ; book by Randolph 
Moore, Frederick Griesmau, Raymond 
Ashton Shields [and others], music & 
Ivrics bv P. C. D'Andrea. [Text only] 
© 1 c. Apr. 13, 1942 ; D 79977 ; Paul 
Charles D'Andrea, New York. 1927 

Romeo & Juliet. See It's a mess. 

Rose O'Day. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1942; D 
79933 ; Arthur Miller, New York. 1928 

Salad days ; by Bettye Knapp. © Mar. 
26. 1942 ; D 79755 ; Walter H. Baker 
CO., Boston. 1929 

Salute to the Flag; by Esther C. Aver- 
ill. © Mar. 31, 1942 ; D 79787 ; Wal- 
ter H. Baker co., Boston. 1930 

School of the air of the Americas. Amer- 
icans at work. © Columbia broad- 
casting system, inc., New York. 

1931-1935 
Doctors, Mar. 16, 1942. © Mar. 17, 

1942; D 79876. 
Farmers, Jan. 19, 1942. © Mar. 12, 

1942; D 79872. 
Glass workers, Feb. 16, 1942. © Mar. 

23, 1942 ; D 79874. 
Leather workers. Feb. 2, 1942. © 

Mar. 12, 1942 ; D 79873. 
Teachers. Mar. 2, 1942. © Mar. 17, 

1942 ; D 79875. 

School of the air of the Americas. Tales 
from far and near ; The story of Cap- 
tain De Kay, Mar. 19, 1942. © Mar. 
17, 1942; D 79877; Columbia broad- 
casting system, inc., New York. 

1936 

School of the air of the Americas. This 
living world ; Old age security, Feb. 
13, 1942. © Mar. 12, 1942 ; D 79878 ; 
Columbia broadcasting system, inc., 
New York. 1937 

School's out. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1942; D 
79785 ; Joseph Russell Silverman, Chi- 
cago. 1938 

Secret A gents. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1942; 
D 79813; George Hewitt Moase, New 
York. 1939 

Secret legion. © Lord & Thomas, inc., 
Los Angeles. 1940, 1941 

No. 1. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1942 ; D 79861. 
No. 2. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1942 ; D 79897. 

Secret song; based on the romance of 
Abraham Lincoln & Ann Rutledge, 
text & music by K. McGuire. © 1 c. 
Apr. 20, 1942 ; D 76129 ; Karl McGuire, 
Evanston, 111. 1942 

Sego lilies. See Death Valley days. 



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1943 



pt. I, n. s., V. 15 



Set a thief. See Lone Ranger. 

Shadow ; Mar. 22, 1942, Murder deferred, 
by Sidney Slon & Peter Barry. © 
1 c. Mar. 24, 1942 ; D 79684 ; Street & 
Smith publications, inc., New York. 

1943 

Shadows in the night ; by James Reach. 
© Mar. 23, 1942; D 79831; Samuel 
French, New York. 1944 

Show parade. © Dec. 31, 1941; D 
79818; Clifford Davis, Edgware, Mid- 
dlesex, England. 1945 

Sign of victory ; text by Mattie B. Shan- 
non, music by I. H. Meredith. © Jan. 
12, 1942; D 76123; Tullar-Meredith 
CO., New York. 1946 

Singing giggilo. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1942; 
D 79947; Harry Holman, Hollywood, 
Calif. 1947 

Sixteen famous British plays ; compiled 
by Bennett A. Cerf & Van H. Cart- 
mell, with an introduction by John 
Mason Brown. © Feb. 2, 1942; A 
16S072; Random house, inc.. New 
York. 1948 

Sleeping beauty. See Dr. Christian. 

Son of God. See Beloved Son. 

Song of the sea ; by John McMahill. © 
1 c. Apr. 13, 1942; D 79863; Ann K. 
Winner, Beverly Hills, Calif. 1949 

Sound and fury. See Lone Ranger. 

Souvenir. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1942 ; D 79763 ; 
Eric Mills, Hollywood, Calif. 1950 

Spirit of liberty ; by Eve Kellv. © Apr. 
7, 1942 ; D 79903 ; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 1951 

Spooks and spasms. © Mar. 10, 1942; 
D 79958; Walter H. Baker co., Bos- 
ton. 1952 

Spotlight Sadie; by Bee [i. e., B. A.] 
Humphries. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1942; D 
79927 ; Bertha Amlin Humphries, East 
Los Angeles. 1953 

Spring: A love call. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 
1942 ; D 79766 ; Bernard Sabath, Rock 
Island, 111. 1954 

Spring production. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1942 ; 
D 79955; Oskar Gens, Elmhurst, 
N. Y. 1955 

Spy without being. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1942 ; 
D 79839; Margarita Urueta, Villa 
Obregon, Mexico, D. F. 1956 

Stage door canteen. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 
1942; D 79986; Herman J. Lorber, 
New York. 1957 



Stampede in the dark. See Lone 
Ranger. 

Star and strip; by Charles Nelson. © 
1 c. Apr. 13, 1942; D 79864; Charles B. 
Nelson, jr., Evanston, 111. 1958 

Star of France; by Eva A. M. Jones. 
© Mar. 31, 1942 ; D 79918 ; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 1959 

Starlight. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1942; D 
79730; Edwin S. Day, Washington, 
Pa. 1960 

Stars over Hollywood. © Bowey's, 

inc., Chicago. 1961-1964 

Mar. 21, 1942, Meet the girl friend, 

by Mel Ronson. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 

1942 ; D 79685. 

Mar. 28, 1942, Love pays five to two, 
by Paul Franklin & Hector Chev- 
igny. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1942 ; D 79738. 

Apr. 4, 1942, Wedding march, by War- 
ren Lewis. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1942; 
D 79867. 

Apr. 11, 1942, Wanted : Adventure for 
two, by Paul Franklin & Hector 
Chevigny. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1942; 
D 79932. 

Stonehenge ; by Ralph Spenser [i. e. 
R. M.] Zink. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1942 ; 
D 79740 ; Ralph Max Zink, New York. 

1965 

Story of Captain De Kay. See School 
of the air of the Americas. Tales 
from far and near. 

Strangers from heaven. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 
1942 ; D 79771 ; Robert Nathan, New 
York. 1966 

Strike up the band ; by Theodore Law- 
rence [pseud, of Lawrence G. Wor- 
cester] © Apr. 10, 1942; D 79959; 
Walter H. Baker, co., Boston. 1967 

Summary of an American. © 1 c. Apr. 
16, 1942; D 79906; Julia Wiggins 
Brinkman, New York. 1968 

Summer rash ; by Rowena Blake 
[pseud, of Bettye Knapp] © Apr. 15, 
1942 ; D 79960 ; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 1969 

Supper (The) ; by Mary Fielding 
[pseud.] © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1942; D 
79769; Mary Hoyt Wiborg, New 
York. 1970 

Take four eggs; by Thomas Browne. 
© 1 c. Apr. 10, 1942 ; D 79850 ; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 1971 



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no. 4, 194: 



2002 



Tales of today. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1942; 
D 79924 ; Karl Farkas, New York. 

1972 

Tangerine. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1942; D 
79934 ; Arthur Miller, New York. 1973 

Teachers. See School of the air of the 
Americas. Americans at work. 

Ten virgins. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1942; D 
79675 ; Beulah Jackson Cayce Buck, 
St. Louis. 1974 

Test for traitors. See Challenge of 
the Yukon. 

Texaco star theatre ; Mar. 29, Apr. 5, 
12, 1942, by Fred Allen. © 1 c. Apr. 
2, 7, 15, 1942 ; D 79767, 79809, 79899 ; 
Batchelor enterprises, inc., New York. 

1975-1977 

This precious seed. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 
1942; D 79812; Marion Norris Glea- 
son, Chapel Hill, N. G. 1978 

Thousands of summers. © 1 c. Mar. 
24, 1942; D 79029; J. Lee Thompson & 
Dudley Leslie, New York. 1979 

Times Square lady ; based on the motion 
picture of the same title, dramatized 
by Frank Vreeland. © Mar. 25, 1942 ; 
D 79694 ; Loew's, inc., New York. 

1980 

Toast and honey. See First nighter. 

Tobruk time-table ; or. More anvils wak- 
ing. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1942 ; D 79852 ; 
Olive Remington Goldman, Urbana, 
111. 1981 

Tommy Riggs and Betty Lou. © 1 c. 
Apr. 18, 1942 ; D 79975 ; Ray Harvey, 
Flushing, N. Y. 1982 

Tortorella smarrita. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1942 ; D 79672 ; Nicolo Di Salvo, Phila- 
delphia. 1983 

Tragedies of love in marriage. © 1 c. 
Apr. 13, 1942 ; D 79943 ; Lucie Martin 
Roberts, Tampa, Fla. 1984 

Training. See Report to the nation. 

Transients. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1942; D 

79848; Robert William Sneddon & 

• Helen Sneddon, New York. 1985 

Tree on the plains;; text by P. Horgan, 
music by E. Bacon. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 
1942 ; D 76130 ; Paul Horgan & Ernst 
Bacon, New York. 1986 

Tropic star. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1942; D 
79679; Antonla Ragnhilde Cabot, 
Brooklyn. 1987 



Trouble in Bella Vista. © 1 c. Apr. 
21, 1942 ; D 79963 ; Julius J. Wolf son, 
New York. 1988 

Turnabout. See Lone Ranger. 

Two gun Nan. See Death Valley days. 

Two lives meet. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1942 ; 
D 79941; Edward John Bing, New 
York. 1989 

Two Mrs. Carrolls; by Martin Vale 
[pseud, of M. Veiller] © 1 c. Apr. 
21, 1942 ; D 79967 ; Marguerite Veiller, 
Darien, Conn. 1990 

Two sides to the story. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 
1942; D 79761; Harold Sass, New 
York. 1991 

V. song-. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1942 ; D 79847 ; 
Doris Carew, Los Angeles. 1992 

V stands for victory. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 
1942; D 79842; John Lemar Price, 
jr., University Heights, O. 1993 

Valentine. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1942; D 
79926; Richard Houghton Hepburn, 
Irvington, N. Y. 1994 

Vallia. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1942 ; D 79841 ; 
. Edward Charles La Forge, New York. 

1995 

Vaqueros (Los) occidentales ; by Phillip 
Baiamonte. © Mar. 12, 1942; D 
79825; Edward K. Meador, Boston. 

1996 

Vic and Sade; Mar. 20, 1942, by Paul 
Rhymer. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1942 ; D 79799 ; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

1997 

Vicious circles; by Jeanne Steigman & 
L. Borodulin. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1942; 
D 79729; Lazar Borodulin, Brooklyn. 

1998 

Victory book; by various authors. © 
Mar. 18, 1942 ; AA 396867 ; Willis N. 
Bugbee co., Syracuse. 1999 

Victory for McGillicuddy ; from the orig- 
inal story by O. Perry, text & music by 
L. Graham, C. Hooper, O. Perry. © 
1 c. Apr. 6, 1942; D 76126; Lillian 
Graham, Clara Hooper & Oran Perry, 
Greenhills, O. 2000 

Viy ; adapted from the Russian of N. V. 
Gogol. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1942; D 79845; 
George Alexander Makaroff, New 
York. 2001 

Waiting for ships. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1942 ; 
D 79849; James Vance Chinello, Los 
Angeles. 2002 

Wanted : Adventure for two. See Stars 
over Hollywood. 



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2003 



pt. I, n. s., V. 15 



War catches up with the Joneses. © 
1 c. Apr. 3, 1942; D 79773; Myron 
Mark Golden, Detroit. 2003 

War correspondent; chap. 1. <© 1 c. 

Mar. 17, 1942; D 79759; Charles 

, Francis Dolan, Cleveland Heights, O. 

2004 

War sweeps the range. See Lone 
Ranger. 

Warn that man. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1942 ; 
D 79696 ; Vernon Sylvaine, London. 

2005 

Weather or no ; by Melvene M. Draheim. 
© Sept. 1, 1941 ; D 79749 ; Ivan Bloom 
Hardin co., Des Moines. 2006 

Weatherbys. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1942; D 
79961 ; Jane Bishir, New York. 2007 

Websters big fire. See Lone Ranger. 

Wedding march. See Stars over Holly- 
wood. 

Westward wind; or. The man with the 
cloakful of holes. © 1 c. April 11, 
1942; D 79948; William Percy Lips- 
comb, Washington. 2008 

Whaki khaki. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1942; D 
79775; Max G. Silver & Richard F. 
Willis, Sheppard Field, Tex. 20O9 

What price celebrity. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1942; D 79680; Frederic William 
Armbruster, Jacksonville, Fla. 2010 

When summer comes ; by E. W. Borgers. 
© Jan. 13, 1942; D 79826; Samuel 
French, New York. 2011 

Where the heart is; by Aurania Rou- 
verol. © Dec. 31, 1941; D 79823; 
Samuel French, New York. 2012 



Whether we be young. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 
1942 ; D 79762 ; Mildred Colbert Brit- 
tain, New Rochelle, N. Y. 2013 

Will (The) See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Woman in white ; continuity no. 1096, by 
Irna Phillips. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1942; 
D 79807 ; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 2014 



See Report to the na- 



Woman power, 
tion. 

Woman's page (Uncensored) ; by Anna 
Mae Fisher. © Sept. 1, 1941; D 
79748; Ivan Bloom Hardin co., Des 
Moines. . 2015 

Women who wait; by Lyda Nagel. © 
Mar. 17, 1942; D 79689; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 2016 

Women's town. See Womensville. 

Womensville; or, Women's town, by 
Sandra Vaille [pseud, of J. G. Mower] 
& Helene Roberts [pseud, of L. Crow] 
© 1 c. Apr. 20, 1942 ; D 79956 ; Jeanne 
G. Mower & Lydia Crow, Hollywood, 
Calif. 2017 

Wonderful age ; by Christian Innes 
[pseud, of V. B. Mangum] © 1 c. 
Apr. 13, 1942 ; D 79900 ; Valerie Beth 
Mangum, Ennis, Tex. 2018 

Wooden shoes. See Ned Jordan — secret 
agent. 

Working wives. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1942; 
D 79817 ; Paul Nelson, New York. 

2019 

Young man of Ark. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1942 ; 
D 79764 ; Walt Draper, Urbana, 111. 

2020 



Zero hour, 
agent. 



See Ned Jordan — secret 



Number of entries of dramas included in Part 1, group 3, of the catalog 
since Jan. 1, 1942 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 1,075 unpublished) 1,314 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 19 unpub- 
lished) . '22 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 36 unpublished) 55 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 1 

unpublished) 5 

Total 1,396 



62 



TITLES OP DRAMAS OP WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OP MARCH 4, 
1909 [2020 



Dicky-bird; by H. Pord & Harvey J. 
O'Higgins. © Anna G. O'Higgins, 
Martinsville, N. J. & Harriet Pord, 
New York. R 106299, Mar. 31, 1942. 

1 

Fine feathers; by Eugene Walter, (c) 
Mary Kissel Walter, New York. R 
105713, Mar. 5, 1942. 2 

Grand army man; by David Belasco, 
Marian Phelps & Pauline Short. © 
Reina Belasco Gest, New York. R 
106302, Mar. 31, 1942. 3 

Hush-money. © Cleves Kinkead, Louis- 
ville. R 105745, Mar. 9, 1942. 4 

Lilac domino ; from the German of Em- 
erich Von Gatti & Bela Jenbach, book 
& lyrics by Harry B. Smith & R. B. 
Smith, music by Charles Cuvillier. © 
Sydney R. Smith, Canaan, N. Y. & 
Robert B. Smith, New York. R 
104684, Feb. 9, 1942. 5 

Little Alabama ; by Lem B. Parker. © 
Edward M. Hadley, Oakland, Calif. 
R 106329, Apr. 1, 1942. 6 

Man who came back; based on story 
by John Fleming Wilson. © Jules 
Eckert Goodman, Peekskill, N. Y. R 
106300, Mar. 31, 1942. 7 

Marooned; by Ren Shields. © Grace 
Shields, Avenel, N. J. R 106423, Apr. 
3, 1942. 8 

Mind's innocence. © Arthur Wood- 
bridge Sanborn, Billerica, Mass. R 
106223, Mar. 24, 1942. 9 



Polygamy; by H. Ford & Harvey J. 
O'Higgins. © Anna G. O'Higgins, 
Martinsville, N. J. & Harriet Pord, 
New York. R 106301, Mar. 31, 1942. 

10 

Post-office; by Rabindranath Tagore. 
© Rabindranath Tagore, Bengal, 
India. R 105570, Mar. 4, 1942. 11 

Purple and fine linen ; by Amita B. Fair- 
grieve & Helena F. Miller. © Ethel 
H. Freeman, West Newton, Mass. & 
Samuel French, New York. R 101272, 
Oct. 30, 1941. 12 

Sari; by C. C. S. Gushing & E. P. 
Heath, adapted from the German of 
Julius Wilhelm and Max Grunbaum. 
© Mrs. E. Percy Heath, North Holly- 
wood, Calif. & William Gushing, Gro- 
ton, Mass. R 105461, Mar. 3, 1942. 

13 

Song bird ; by Fannie Locke Hatton & 
P. Hatton. © Frederic Hatton, New 
York. R 106219, Mar. 25, 1942. 14 

Undertow ; by Eugene Walter. © Mary 
Kissel Walter, New York. R 106160, 
Mar. 20, 1942. 15 

Up to date; by Arthur Goodrich. © 
Elizabeth Goodrich Smith, Annapolis, 
Md. & Evelyn Goodrich Lum & 
Eleanor Goodrich, New York. R 
105726, Mar. 10, 1942. 16 

Woman's convention, Punkville, U. S. A. 
© Eudora HoUinshead Slocumb, St. 
Louis. R 105382, Feb. 26, 1942. 17 



63 



CLASSES L AND M 
MOTION PICTURES 



Acbe in every stake. © Aug. 12, 1941 ; 
L 1120O; Columbia pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 2021 

America, I love you. © Mar. 9, 1942 ; 
M 12310; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 2022 

Any bonds today. © Mar. 16, 1942; 
M 12337; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 2023 

As Mabel goes so goes the navy. © 
Mar. 30, 1942; M 12383; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 2024 

Below the Border. © Jan. 30, 1942; 
L 11177; Monogram pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 2025 

Blondie's blessed event ; based upon the 
comic strip created by Chic Young. 
© Apr. 9, 1942 ; L 11194 ; Columbia pic- 
tures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 2026 

Borrowed hero; from a story by Ben 
Roberts & Sidney Sheldon. © Jan. 
2, 1942 ; Lf 11214 ; Monogram pictures 
Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 2027 

Brooklyn Orchid. © Apr. 2, 1942; L 
11189; Hal Roach studios, inc., New 
York. 2028 

Bulkhead. Laying off and fitting a cen- 
terline stiffener. See Shipbuilding 
skills. 

Bulkhead. Laying off the boundary, 
stiffeners, water lines, and buttock 
lines. See Shipbuilding skills. 

By an old southern river. © Mar. 16, 
1942 ; M 12343 ; Soundies distributing 
corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 2029 

Cactus capers. © Apr. 14, 1942; L 
11205; RKO-radio pictures, inc.. New 
York. 2030 

Cagey canary. © Dec. 26, 1941; M 
12323; Vitaphone corp.. New York. 

2031 

California junior symphony. © Apr. 
18, 1942 ; L 11211 ; Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc.. New York. 2032 



Calling all girls. 
11197; Warner 
New York. 



© Apr. 10, 1942; L 

bros. pictures, inc., 

2033 



Cat meets mouse. © Feb. 20, 1942; M 
12298 ; Terry toons, inc., New Rochelle, 
N. Y. 2084 

Chool song. © Mar. 23, 1942 ; M 12353 ; 
Soundies distributing corp. of Amer- 
ica, inc., Chicago. 2035 

Clink! Clink! Another drink. © Mar. 
23, 1942 ; M 12355 ; Soundies distribut- 
ing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 



Concerto in B flat minor. © Mar. 20, 
1942; L 11165; Screen gems, inc., Los 
Angeles. 2037 

Conrad the sailor. © Mar. 28, 1942; 
M 12321 ; Vitagraph corp., New York. 

2088 

Crazy cruise. © Mar. 26, 1942 ; M 12320 ; 
Vitaphone corp.. New York. 2039 

Deck. Setting a web frame and a trans- 
verse beam. See Shipbuilding skills. 

Deep in the heart of Texas. © Mar. 
30, 1942 ; M 12382 ; Soundies distribut- 
ing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

2040 

Devil's trail ; based upon the story, The 
town in Hell's Backyard. © Apr. 7, 
1942; L 11190; Columbia pictures 
Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 2041 

Dick Tracy vs. Crime, inc. ; based on 
cartoon strip by Chester Gould. © 
Dec. 27, 1941 ; L 11187 ; Republic pic- 
tures Corp., New York. 2042 

Donald gets drafted. © Jan. 27, 1942; 
L 11166; Walt Disney productions, 
Burbank, Calif. 2043 

Donald's snow fight. © Jan. 15, 1942; 
L 11167; Walt Disney productions, 
Burbank, Calif. 2044 

Drink to me with only thine eyes. © 
Mar. 30, 1942; M 12389; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 2045 



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no. 4, 1942 



2077 



Farewell blues. © Mar. 30, 1942; M 
12388; Soiuidies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 2046 

First performance, See Road to hap- 
piness. 

Fleet's in; based on a story by Monte 
Brice & J. Walter Ruben & a play by 
Kenyon Nicholson & Chas. Robinson. 
© Apr. 7, 1^42 : L 11202 ; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 2047 

Fleets of stren'th. © Mar. 13, 1942; L 
11192 : Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. 2048 

Frankie and Johnny. © Mar. 30, 1942 ; 
M 12387; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 2049 

Gay Parisian. © Dec. 23, 1941; L 
11172; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 2050 

Gentleman after dark; based on the 
story, A whiff of heliotrope, by Rich- 
ard Washburn Child. © Mar. 30, 
1942; L 11179; Edward Small pro- 
ductions, inc., New^ York. 2051 

Good morning, Mr. Zip, Zip, Zip. © 
Mar. 9, 1942 ; M 12309 ; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
capo. 2052 

Groom and bored. © Apr. 3, 1942; L 
11181 ; Columbia pictures corp., Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 2053 

Hello Annapolis. © Apr. 9, 1942; L 
11195 ; Columbia pictures corp., Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 2054 

Hidden hunger. © title reed. Mar. 14, 
1942; descr. reed. Mar. 25; 8 prints 
reed. Mar. 14: L 11164; Industrial 
patents corp., Chicago. 2055 

Hollywood knights. © Dec. 31, 1941; 
M 12330; Featurettes, inc., Hollywood, 
Calif. 2056 

Holt of the secret service. © Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

2057-2059 
Chap. 11, Ominous warnings. © Dec. 

31, 1941 ; L 11173. 
Chap. 12, The stolen signal. © 

Dec. 31, 1941 ; L 11186. 
Chap. 13, Prison of jeopardy. © Jan. 
13, 1942 ; L 11199. 

House of errors. © Feb. 20, 1942; L 
11183 ; Producers releasing corp., New 
York. 2060 

Hub of the world. © Mar. 13, 1^2; 
M 12300 ; Twentieth century-Fox film 
Corp., New York. 2061 



I said no. © Mar. 16, 1942; M 12339; 
Soundies distributing corp. of Amer- 
ica, inc., Chicago. 2062 

I wanna foof on a fife. © Mar. 9, 1942 ; 
M 12307; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 2063 

Innerbottom. Setting up floors and 
longitudinals. See Shipbuilding skills. 

Inside of arc welding. © Feb. 2, 1942 ; 
M 12332; Raphael G. Wolff studios, 
Hollywood, Calif. 2064 

Jack and Jill. © Mar. 16, 1942; M 
12342 ; Soundies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 2065 

Keep 'em holding. © title & descr. recd. 
Mar. 26, 1942; 88 prints recd. Mar. 
30; M 12316; Thermoid co., Detroit. 

2066 

Keep shooting. © Dec. 30, 1941; L 
11204; RKO-radio pictures, inc.. New 
York. 2067 

King salmon. © Dec. 26, 1941 ; M 12333 ; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc.. New York. 

2068 

Kings row: from the novel by Henry 
Bellamann. © Apr. 18, 1942; L 
11212 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc.. 
New York. 2069 

Let's be ready. © Apr. 2, 1942; M 
12346; Aetna casualty & surety co., 
Hartford. 2070 

'Leven thirty Saturday night. © INIar. 
9, 1942; M 12305; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 2071 

Lullaby in swing. © Mar. 23, 1942; 
M 12351 ; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 2072 

Male animal ; from the play by James 
Thurber & Elliott Nugent. © Apr. 4, 
1942 : L 11185 ; Warner bros. pictures, 
inc.. New York. 2073 

March of time ; v. 8, no. 8. © Mar. 13, 
1942 ; M 12381 ; Time, inc.. New York. 

2074 

Maybe Darwin was right. © Apr. 18, 
1942 : L 11210 : Warner bros. pictures, 
inc.. New York. 2075 

Mayor of 44th street ; suggested by the 
Collier's magazine article by Luther 
Davis & John Cleveland. © Mar. 2, 
1942; L 11206; RKO-radio pictures, 
inc.. New York. 2076 

Menace of the Rising Sun. © Apr. 7, 
1942 ; L 11193 ; Universal pictures co., 
inc.. New York. 2077 



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2078 



pt. I, n. s., V. 15 



Monsters of the deep. © Dec. 27, 1941 ;; 
L 11170; Warner bros. pictures, inc.. 
New York. 2078 

Mother Goose on the loose. © Mar. 25, 
1942 ; M 12328 ; Universal pictures co., 
inc. & Walter Lantz productions, New 
York. 2079 

Movietone news; v. 24, nos. 52-57. © 
Mar. 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 1942; M 
12325-12327, 12358-12360 ; Movie- 
tonews, inc., New York. 2080-2085 

Murder in the big house ; based upon an 
idea by Jerry Chodorov. © Apr. 11, 
1942 ; L 11198 ; Warner bros. pictures, 
inc., New York. 2086 

News of the day; v. 13, nos. 249-256. 
© Mar. 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26, 1942 ; 
M 12318, 12319, 12348, 12349, 12379, 
12380, 12392, 12393 ; Hearst Metrotone 
news, inc., New York. 2087-2094 

Night before the divorce ; based on the 
play by Gina Kaus and Ladislas 
Fodor. © Mar. 6, 1942; L 11175; 
Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., New 
York. 2095 

Now is the time. © title & descr. reed. 
Mar. 26, 1942; 231 prints reed. Mar. 
30 ; M 12315 ; Falstaif brewing corp., 
Detroit. 2096 

Ominous warnings. See Holt of the 
secret service. 

Outline of jitterbug history. © Mar. 
23, 1942 ; M 12354 ; Soundies distribut- 
ing Corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

2097 

Panther's claw. © Mar. 3, 1942; L 
11184 ; Producers releasing corp.. New 
York. 2098 

Paramount news; nos. 41-54. © Jan. 
16, 20, 23, 27, 30, Feb. 3, 6, 10, 13, 17, 
20, 24, 27, Mar. 3, 1942; M 12362- 
12375 ; Paramount pictures, inc.. New 
York. 2099-2112 

Pardon my stripes ; based on an idea by 
Adrian Johnson. © Jan. 26, 1942; 
L 11188; Republic pictures corp., 
New York. 2113 

Pip-eye, pup-eye, poop-eye and peep-eye. 
© Apr. 17, 1942 ; L 11213 ; Paramount 
pictures, inc.. New York. 2114 

Playgirls. © Dec. 26, 1941; M 12378; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc.. New York. 

2115 

Popular science ; J 1-4. © Apr. 3, 1942 ; 
M 12347; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 2116 



Porky's pastry pirates. © Mar. 30, 
1942 ; M 12324 ; Vitaphone corp., New 
York. 2117 

Prison of jeopardy. See Holt of the 
secret service. 

Quest of the Alaska sealskin. © title, 
descr. & 2 prints reed. Mar. 28, 1942 ; 
M 12313; Fouke fur co., St. Louis. 

2118 

Raven (The) © Apr. 3, 1942 ; L 11191 ; 
Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. 

2119 

Reed rapture. © Mar. 23, 1942; M 
12352; Soundies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 2120 

Rings on her fingers. © Mar. 20', 1942 ; 
L 11174; Twentieth century-Fox film 
Corp., New York. 2121 

Riveting. © title & descr. reed. Mar. 
26, 1942; 143 prints reed. Mar. 30; 
M 12314 ; Jam Handy picture service, 
inc., Detroit. 2122 

Road to happiness ; from the story, 
First performance, by Matt Taylor. 
© Jan. 7, 1942 ; L 11180 ; Monogram 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 2123 

Rudyard Kipling's jungle book. © Apr. 
13, 1942 ; L 11215 ; Alexander Korda 
films, inc.. New York. 2124 

Sailboat in the sky. © Mar. 16, 1942 ; 
M 12344 ; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 2125 

Screen snapshots ; series 21, no. 8. © 
Apr. 6, 1942 ; M 12345 ; Columbia pic- 
tures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 2126 

Secret of the fjord. © Feb. 13, 1942; 
M 12302 ; Twentieth century-Fox film 
Corp., New York. 2127 

Secrets. © title, descr. & 34 prints reed. 
Apr. 11, 1942; M 12361; Myrtle L. 
Auerbach, San Francisco. 2128 

Setting a transverse watertight bulk- 
head into the hull. © title & descr. 
reed. Mar. 26, 1942 ; 143 prints reed. 
Mar. 30 ; M 12317 ; Jam Handy picture 
service, inc., Detroit. 2129 

Sham battle shenanigans. © Mar. 20, 
1942 ; M 12299 ; Terrytoons, inc.. New 
Rochelle, N. Y. 2130 

Shipbuilding skills. © Jam Handy pic- 
ture service, inc., Detroit. 2131-2134 
No.3, The innerbottom. Setting up 
floors and longitudinals. © title & 
descr. reed. Mar. 26, 1942; 143 
prints reed. Mar. 14, 1942 ; M 12294. 



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2169 



No. 6, The deck. Setting up a web 
frame and a transverse beam. © 
title & descr. reed. Mar. 26, 1942; 
154 prints reed. Mar. 14, 1942; M 
12295. 

No. 7, The bulkhead. Laying off the 
boundary, stiffeners, water lines, 
and buttock lines. © title & descr. 
reed. Mar. 26, 1942 ; 187 prints reed. 
Mar. 14, 1942; M 12296. 

No. 8, The bulkhead. Laying off and 
fitting a centerline stiffener. © 
title & descr. reed. Mar. 26, 1942; 
132 prints reed. Mar. 14, 1942; M 
12297. 

Shrine of St. Cecelia. © Mar. 9, 1942 ; 
M 12306; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 2185 

Skunk song. © Mar. 80, 1942; M 
12386 ; Soundies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 2136 

Sky princess. © Mar. 27, 1942; L 
11201 ; Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. 2137 

Smiles. © Mar. 16, 1942; M 12338; 
Soundies distributing corp. of Ameri- 
ca, inc., Chicago. 2138 

Snow trails. © Feb. 27, 1942 ; M 12301 ; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp.. 
New York. 2189 

Soldiers in white. © Dec. 26, 1941 ; 
L 11171 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc.. 
New York. 2140 

Sons of the sea ; from a story by Derek 
& Wynne Maclver. © Mar. 28, 1942 ; 
L 11169; Warner bros. pictures, inc.. 
New York. 2141 

Spoilers. © Apr. 15, 1942; L 11208; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 

2142 

Sports in the Rockies. © Mar. 13, 1942 ; 
M 12329; Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 2143 

Stolen signal. See Holt of the secret 
service. 

Stormy weather. © Mar. 23, 1942 ; M 
12356; Soundies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 2144 

Story of the Vatican with His Holiness 
Pius XII. © July 18, 1941 ; L 11203 ; 
Time, inc., New York. 2145 

Superman in the buUeteers. © Mar. 
27, 1942; L 11182; Paramount pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 2146 

Tavern in the town. © Dec. 31, 1941 ; 
M 12331; Featurettes, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 2147 



Tea on the terrace. © Mar. 16, 1942; 
M 12341; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 2148 

Tica ti tica ta. © Mar. 23, 1942; M 
12357; Soundies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 2149 

Timing is everything. © Mar. 20, 1942 ; 
M 12322; Paramount pictures, inc.. 
New York. 2150 

To be or not to be. © Mar. 27, 1942; 
L 11178; Romaine film corp.. New 
York. 2151 

Tonight in dreamtime. © Mar. 9, 1942 ; 
M 12308 ; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 2152 

Town in Hell's Backyard. See Devil's 
trail. 

Twin beds ; based on the stage success, 
by Margaret Mayo & Salisbury Field. 
© Apr. 6, 1942; L 11196; Edward 
Small productions, inc.. New York. 

2153 

Two pair of shoes. © Mar. 30', 1942; 
M 12385 ; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 2154 

Universal newsreel ; v. 15, nos. 59-66. 
© Feb. 17, 19, 24, 26, Mar. 3, 5, 10, 
12, 1942 ; M 12311, 12312, 12335, 12336, 
12376, 12377, 12390, 12391; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 

2155-2162 

We did it before and we'll do it again. 
© Mar. 23, 1942; M 12350; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 2163 

Wedding yells; adapted from a Mack 
Sennett comedy. © Apr. 18, 1942; 
L 11209; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 2164 

What makes Lizzy dizzy. © Mar. 12, 
1942; L 11168; Columbia pictures 
Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 2165 

What the Red Lilly means to you. © 
Jan. 30, 1942; M 12394; Eli Lilly & 
CO., Indianapolis. 2166 

Where has my little dog gone. © Mar. 
30, 1942:; M 12384; Soundies distrib- 
uting corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

2167 

Whiff of heliotrope. See Gentleman 
after dark. 

Whistler's mother-in-law. © Mar. 16, 
1942 ; M 12340 ; Soundies distributing 
corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 2168 

Who calls. © Mar. 9, 1942; M 12304; 
Soundies distributing corp. of Amer- 
ica, inc., Chicago. 2169 



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Who's who in the zoo. © Mar. 26, 1942 ; 
M 12334 ; Vitaphone corp., New York. 

2170 

Wild and woozy west. © Apr. 16, 1942 ; 
L 11207; Screen gems, inc., Los An- 
geles. 2171 



Zis boom bah. © Nov. 7, 1941 ; L 11176 ; 
Monogram pictures corp., Hollywood, 
Calif. 2172 

Zoot suit. © Mar. 9, 1942; M 12308; 
Soundies distributing corp. of Amer- 
ica, inc., Chicago. 2173 



Number of entries in Classes L and M included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 
1942: 

Motion picture photoplays 310 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 467 

Total 777 



68 



TITLES OF MOTION PICTURES OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPY- 
RIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF 
MARCH 4, 1909 [2173 



Children of the Ghetto; adapted from 
Israel ZangwiU's novel & play. © 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. R 105809, Feb. 26, 1942. 

1 

Fool there was ; adapted from Kipling's 
poem, (c) Twentieth century-Fox film 
Corp., New York. R 106185, Feb. 26, 
1942. 2 

Gilded fool; adapted from Henry Guy 
Carlton's novel. © Twentieth cen- 
tury-Fox film Corp., New York. R 
106184, Feb. 26, 1942. 8 

Girl I left behind me; adapted from 
David Belasco's play. © Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. R 
105811, Feb. 26, 1942. 4 

Idler; adapted from C. Haddon Cham- 
bers' play. © Twentieth century-Fox 
film Corp., New York. R 105810, Feb. 
26, 1942. 5 



Lord Chumley. © Paramount pictures, 
inc.. New York. © R 105747, Mar. 5, 
1942. 6 

Men and women. © Paramount pic- 
tures, inc., New York. R 105748, Mar. 
5, 1942. 7 

Samson; adapted from Henri Bern- 
stein's play. © Twentieth century- 
Fox film Corp., New York. R 105807, 
Feb. 26, 1942. 8 

Thief; adapted from Henri Bernstein's 
play. © Twentieth century-Fox film 
Corp., New York, R 105808, Feb. 26, 
1942. 9 

Walls of Jericho ; adapted from Alfred 
Sutro's play. © Twentieth century- 
Fox film Corp., New York. R 105812, 
Feb. 26, 1942. 10 



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MOTION PICTURES 

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1942 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 15 
No. 5 



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THE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 
3, issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion Pic- 
tures. Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the entries 
made in Class "D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico-musical compositions, 
arranged alphabetically by title; Class "Lf," Motion-picture photoplays, and 
Class *'M," Motion pictures other than photoplays, arranged alphabetically 
by title. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: "D," Class D, 
Dramatic compositions ; "L," Class L, Motion-picture photoplays ; and "M," 
Class M, Motion pictures other then photoplays. "©" implies copyright regis- 
tration of a published work followed by date of publication ; *'© 1 c." stands for 
copyright of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copyright 
Office of the printed or manuscript copy. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
renewed under section 23 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue 
immediately following the drama list, and a list of motion pictures of which 
the subsisting copyright has been renewed, will be found immediately following 
the motion picture list. 

The annual index contains the titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles 
of all motion pictures. 

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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Abacadabra. © 1 c. May 4. 1942; D 
8Q112; Joseph Carole, Hollywood, 
Calif. 2174 

After fish party. See Jack Denny and 
Dorchester. 

Against the storm; episode no. 652, by 
Sandra Michael. © 1 c. May 4, 1942 ; 
D 80119; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 2175 

Air raid warden. © 1 c. Apr. 22. 1942 ; 
D 80141; Walter F. Folmer, Roches- 
ter, N. Y. 2176 

Airplane inverted. See Dr. Christian. 

All American wolf. See First nighter. 

All of us are phoney ; bv Hal English. 
© 1 c. May 4, 1942 ; D 80136 : Harold 
R. English, Hartford. 2177 

All the comforts of home ; by William 
Gillette, rev. by H. Jerome. © 1 c. 
May 19, 1942 ; D 80260 ; Helen Jerome, 
New York. 2178 

America, to you; music, book & lyrics 
by C. Matthews. © 1 c. May 16, 
1942; D 76139; Carleton Matthews, 
Newtown, Pa, 2179 

American cavalcade. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 
1942; D 80276; Carlo de Fornaro, 
New York. 2180 

Americana. © 1 c. May 20. 1942; D 
80279; Henrietta Varon, New Brigh- 
ton, S. I., N. Y. 2181 

Another perfect crime. © 1 c. May 15, 
1942; D 80222; Frederic L. Gerbig, 
Wilmington, Calif. 2182 

Answer me Honor Bright. © 1 c. May 
7, 1942; D 80157; Bryan Desmond 
Killikelly, Cleveland. 2183 

Anything can happen; by Paula Selig- 
man [pseud, of P. Ettinger] © 1 c. 
Apr. 28, 1942; D 80053: Pauline 
Ettinger, Bay side, L. I., N. Y. 2184 

Army-navy game; no. 1, Mav 13. 1942. 
© 1 c. May 21, 1942; D 80282: Allen 
A. Funt, New York. 2185 



As you like it. 
tavern. 



See At the Mermaid 



Ascend as the sun. © 1 c. May 7, 1942 ; 
D 80158 ; Herman A. Voaden, Toronto. 

2186 

At the Mermaid tavern ; As you like it. 
© 1 c. Apr. 29, 1942 ; D 80174 ; Edward 
Allen Loomis, North Cambridge, 
Mass. 2187 

Atabalipa. See Atahualpa. 

Atahualpa; or, Atabalipa. [Spanish 
text] © 1 c. May 12, 1942 ; D 80251 ; 
Walter Eduardo Stubbs, Lima, Peru. 

2188 

Balete grew in Bataan. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 
1942; D 80057; David Lees, Jersey 
City. 2189 

Bartons; episode no. 128, by Harlan 
Ware. © 1 c. May 4, 1942 ; D 80120 ; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

2190 

Bat (The) ; English version of Die fled- 
ermaus, by Johann Strauss, with addi- 
tional dramatic prologue over over- 
ture & revision of material, by M. 
Bowe. [Text only] © 1 c. May 22, 
1942 ; D 80312 ; Morton Bowe, Dennis 
Port, Mass. 2191 

opera by Johann Strauss, new 

English version witji entirely new 
lyrics & dialogues, by E. Weiler. 
[Text only] © 1 c. May 22, 1942 ; D 
80313; Erich Weiler, San Francisco. 

2192 

Battleship Bismarck. © 1 c. May 21, 
1942; D 80285; Maurice J. Valencv, 
New York. 2193 

Beautiful people ; by William Saroyan. 
© Apr. 14. 1942: D 80258; Samuel 
French, New York. 2194 

Behind the 8-ball ; by Nell Crawley. © 
Apr. 22, 1942; D 80257; Samuel 
French, New York. 2195 

Beloved bachelor. © 1 c. May 5, 1942; 
D 80230 ; Conrad Noles, New York. 

2196 

Benedict Arnold. © 1 c. May 18, 1942 ; 
D 80246: Dorothy Cheney Quinan, 
Keene, N. H. 2197 



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pt. I, n. s., V. 15 



Betrayal (The) © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1942; 
D 80079 ; Alfred Bertram Panetz, Jer- 
sey City. 2198 

by G. N. Dowsett, with a preface 

by G. K. Chesterton, (c) Apr. 1, 1942 ; 
D 80270; Geoffrey Nevil Dowsett, 
Ottawa. 2199 

Beyond the Rockies. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 
1942; D 80031; Joseph John Rigoli, 
Astoria, L. I., N. Y. 2200 

Bigfoot. See Death Valley days. 

Black hawk ; by James Reach. © Apr. 
23, 1942; D 80346; Samuel French, 
New York. 2201 

Boarding house, (c) 1 c. May 20, 1942 ; 
D 80280; Conrad A. E. Saskowski & 
Michael F. Cienian, jr., Milwaukee. 

2202 

Born that way. © 1 c. May 4, 1942 ; D 
80114 ; Gardner Hunting, Long Beach, 
Calif. 2203 

Bronx rebellion. © 1 c. May 20, 1942 ; 
D 80281; Ben Harrison Orkow, Los 
Angeles. 2204 

Bury the Axis; by Ben Radin & Louis 
Bunin. © 1 c. May 1, 1942 ; D 80084 ; 
Louise Bunin, inc.. New York. 2205 

Capture of Fort Duquesne. See Drum- 
beats of American history. 

Carthage must be destroyed. © 1 c. May 
1, 1942 ; D 80090 ; Scammon Lockwood, 
Forest Hills, N. Y. 2206 

Case of disguised destroyer. See Count- 
erspy. 

Case of Glenn Roy Wright. See Gang 
busters. 

Case of Jesse Wendell. See Gang bust- 
ers. 

Case of Jimmy O'Connor. See Gang 
busters. 

Case of Peters — Hayes — Jackson. See 
Gang busters. 

Case of speeded-up record. See Count- 
erspy. 

Cash and Carrie. © 1 c. May 22, 1942 ; 
D 80311; Joseph Saltzman & Carol 
Sax, New York. 2207 

Challenge of the Yukon ; no. 232, Dead 
dog, by Thomas Dougall. © 1 c. May 
22, 1942; D 80294; Challenge of the 
Yukon, inc., Detroit. 2208 

Claudia ; by Rose Franken. © May 18, 
1942; D 80274; Rose Franken Mo- 
loney, Lyme, Conn. 2209 



Cold blood. © 1 c. May 15, 1942; 
D 80216; Jack Knapp, Brooklyn. 

2210 

Comes the revelation. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 
1942; D 80129; Louis Vittes, Brook- 
lyn. 2211 

Concert (The) ; by Herman Bahr, Amer- 
ican version, by Grace I. Colbron & 
H. Bartsch. <g> 1 c. Apr. 24, 1942; 
D 80025 ; Hans Bartsch, New York. 

2212 

Connecticut spring ; by Stanley Richards 
[pseud, of S. Myers] © 1 c. May 4, 
1942 ; D 80109 ; Stanley Myers, Brook- 
lyn. 2213 

CooUiaven. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1942; D 
80048 ; Everett Glass, Berkeley, Calif. 

2214 

Corn is yellow ; by William Kruszynski 
& D. G. Dowst. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1942; 
D 80070; Dorothea G. Dowst, Miami, 
Fla. 2215 

Corporal Lonelyhearts. See Dr. Chris- 
tian. 

Counterspy; by Phillips H. Lord. © 
Lord, inc., New York. 2216, 2217 

Program no. 1, Case of speeded-up rec- 
ord. © 1 c. May 13, 1942 ; D 80190. 

Program no. 2, Case of disguised de- 
stroyer. © 1 c. May 21, 1942; D 

80283. 

Courage of Nellie Summers. © 1 c. Apr. 
24, 1942 ; D 80023 ; Esther Slater Ker- 
rigan & Joseph J. Kerrigan, Oyster 
Bay, N. Y. 2218 

Crabtree. © 1 c. May 26, 1942 ; D 80335 ; 
Louis Joseph Thomas, Port Huron, 
Mich. 2219 

Crime doctor. © Max Marcin, New 

York. 2220-2224 

No. 90. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1942; D 
80081. 



No. 91. © 1 c. May 1, 1942 ; D 

No. 92. © 1 c. May 8, 1942 ; D 80164. 

No. 93. © 1 c. May 15, 1942; D 80217. 

No. 94. © 1 c. May 21, 1942 ; D 80287. 

Cross-country. © 1 c. May 21, 1942 ; D 
80288 ; Jerome Brookman, New> York. 

2225 

Cross section; by R. E. Moore, preface 
by Thomas Ewing Dabney. © Apr. 4, 
1942 ; D 80100 ; Ruth Elisabeth Moore, 
New Orleans. 2226 



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2260 



Cuckoos on the hearth. © May 14, 1942 ; 
D 80314; Parker W. Fennelly, Peeks- 
kill, N. Y. 2227 

Damask cheek. © 1 c. May 8, 1942; 
D 80160 ; John Van Druten, Thermal, 
Calif. & Lloyd Morris, New York. 

2228 

Dandy Dick ; or, Mr. Tidd, being a mod- 
ernized version of A. W. Pinero's 
Dandy Dick. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1942; 
D 80083; Margaret Anglin Hull, Ka- 
tonah, N. Y. 2229 

Dark legend. See Taboo. 

Date at the library. © Lyman Crom- 
well White, Chicago. 2230,2231 
No. 2, Fame is the spur, by Howard 

Spring. © 1 c. May 2, 1942; D 

80249. 
No. 3, The history of Mr. Polly, by 

H. G. Wells. © 1 c. May 2, 1942 ; 

D 80250. 

Dawn is breaking : by Felix Marshall. 
© 1 c. May 18, 1942 ; D 80247 ; Philip 
Fenigson, Passaic, N. J. 2232 

Dead dog. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Dear boss. See Stars over Hollywood. 

Death is our companion ; or, Journey to 
escape. © 1 c. May 13, 1942 : D 80193 : 
George Leonard Baxt, Brooklyn. 2233 

Death Valley days; by McCann-Erick- 
son, inc. © Pacific coast borax co.. 
New York. 2234-2238 

Apr. 30, 1942, Bigfoot. © 1 c. Apr. 

24, 1942 ; D 80027. 
May 7. 1942. Staheli's brass band. © 

1 c. May 21, 1942 ; D 80304. 
May 14, 1942, The three telegraphers. 

© 1 c. May 21, 1942 ; D 80303. 
Mav 21, 1942. Silverheels. © 1 c. 

May 21. 1942 ; D 80305. 
Mav 28, 1942, Thirtv cents a mile. © 

1 c. May 22, 1942 ; D 80324. 

Democracy mourns. © 1 c. May 7, 1942 ; 
D 80150: Louise W. Blackwell Mee- 
kins, Washington. 2239 

Devereux. See Three brothers. 

Dr. Christian. © McCann-Erickson, 
inc., New York. 2240-2244 

Episode no. 179, Airplane inverted. 

© 1 c. Apr. 24, 1942 ; D 80028. 
Episode no. 180, The girls back home. 

© 1 c. May 14, 1942 ; D 80212. 
Episode No. 181, Corporal Lonelv- 

hearts. © 1 c. May 14, 1942; D 

80213. 



Episode no. 182, Epitaph for Ezra. © 
1 c. May 14, 1942 ; D 80214. 

Episode no. 183, Let the chips fall. 
© 1 c. May 21, 1942 ; D 80302. 

Dollar bill ; by Joan Bergen & Ernest R. 
White. [German text] © 1 c. May 
5, 1942 ; D 80236 ; Erna Weiss & Ernst 
Weiss, Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y, 2245 

Dream echo. © 1 c. Apr. 30. 1942; D 
80082 ; Ben Levinson, New York. 2246 

Drink for drink. © 1 c. Mav 25, 1942 ; 
D 80323 ; Edwin Hopkins, New York. 

2247 

Drumbeats of American history ; episode 
233, The naming of Pittsburgh; or. 
The capture of Fort Duquesne. © 1 
c. Apr. 27, 1942; D 80033; Franklin 
Blackstone, Bellevue, Pa. 2248 

Drunkard ; or, The fallen saved, by W. H. 
Smith, adapted by F. DeWitt. © 1 c. 
May 7, 1942 : D 80330 ; Francis DeWitt, 
Fort Lauderdale, Fla, 2249 

E pluribus unum. © 1 c. Mav 13, 1942 ; 
I> 80208; Alexander Greendale, New 
York. 2250 

East is my home ; by Joyce Andresen 
[pseud, of F. W. H. Christian] © 1 
c. May 6, 1942 ; D 80128 ; Frances W. 
H. Christian, Paterson, N. J. 2251 

Edgar Bergen-Charlie McCarthy; Apr. 
12. 19, 26, Mav 3, 1942. © 1 c. each 
May 23. 1942 ; D 80319-80322 ; Edgar 
John Bergen, Beverly Hills, Calif. 

2252-2255 

Education of free men in American de- 
mocracy. See Free men. 

Enchanted children. © 1 c. May 22, 
1942; D 80326; Ivan Becker, Balti- 
more. 2256 

Enemy is listening, Gweny : by Oliver 
Farnway [pseud, of N. W. Sollars] 
© 1 c. May 5, 1942: D 80130: Nell 
"Warfield Sollars, Dana Point, Calif. 

2257 

Epitaph for Ezra. See Dr. Christian. 

Eternal serenade. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1942 ; 
D 80067 : Louis Schenck. Brooklyn. 

22.58 

Eve at midnight : bv Bruce Desmond. © 
1 c. Mav 5, 1942; D 80135; Edmund 
Condon, Belleville, N. J. 2259 

Execution. © 1 c. May 22, 1942; D 
80289; Arch Oboler, Cornell, Calif. 

2260 

Fallen saved. See Drunkard. 



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pt. I, n. s., V. 15 



Fame is the spur. See Date at the 
library. 

Fary knight ; or, Oberon the second, at- 
tributed to Thomas Randolph, edited 
by Fredson Thayer Bowers. © Apr. 
11, 1942 ; D 80185 ; University of North 
Carolina press, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

2261 

Fat of the land. © 1 c. May 6, 1942 ; D 
80155; Robert Marko, Long Island 
City, N. Y. 2262 

Federal ace. See Ned Jordan, federal 
ace. 

Finger print. © 1 c. May 9, 1942; D 
80171 ; Salone Rebeka Ellis, New York. 

2263 

First nighter. © Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 2264-2268 

Apr. 17, 1942, All American wolf, by 

Eugene V. Etler. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 

1942 ; D 80055. 
Apr. 24, 1942, Marry a million, by 

Stanley Kauffmann. © 1 c. Apr. 

28, 1942 ; D 80056. 
May 1. 1942, I can't believe you, by 

Leigh Brackett. © 1 c. May 9, 

1942 ; D 80169. 
May 8, 1942, Love on the upbeat, by 

Calvin Grinnell. © 1 c. May 15, 

1942; D 80210. 

May 15, 1942, Little Olaf, by J. P. Fox. 
© 1 c. May 23, 1942 ; D 80291. 

Fish party. See Jack Denny and Dor- 
chester. 

Fit as a fiddle. © 1 c. May 25, 1942 ; 
D 80331 ; Lynn B. Root, Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 



Fledermaus (Die) See Bat. 

Flowing tide. © 1 c. Nov. 21, 1941; D 
80007 ; William Henry Sherwood, Lon- 
don. 2270 

Fools gold. See Lone Ranger. 

Forest fire! Forest fire. © 1 c. May 
6, 1942 ; D 80211 ; Marion Ebon Beau- 
fait. New York. 2271 

Four days. © 1 c. May 8, 1942 ; D 80310 ; 
Monckton Hoffe, Copthorne near 
Crawley, Sussex, England. 2272 

Francis and Theodosia ; book & lyrics 
by I. W. Allen, music by Sam Colby. 
© 1 c. Apr. 13, 1942 ; D 76134 ; Isaac 
Wy Allen, Chicago. 2278 

Free men ; adapted from The education 
of free men in American democracy, 
script by Ernest Hares, choric verse by 



Victor M. Hamm, © Mar. 19, 1942 ; 
D 80075 ; Natl, education assn. of the 
U. S., Washington. 2274 

Gang busters. © Phillips H. Lord, New 
York. 2275-2278 

Program no. 261, Case of Jesse Wen- 
dell. © 1 c. May 13, 1942 ; D 80188. 

Program no. 262, Case of Jimmy 
O'Connor. © 1 c. May 13, 1942 ; D 
80189. 

Program no. 263, Case of Glenn Roy 
Wright. © 1 c. May 19, 1942; D 
80265. 

Program no. 264, Case of Peters — 
Hayes — Jackson. © 1 c. May 26, 
1942 ; D 80336. 

Garden of praise; text by Martha 
Bayly [pseud, of Mattie B. Shannon], 
music by Arthur Grantley [pseud, of 
I. H. Meredith] © Mar. 21, 1942; 
D 76132; Tullar-Meredith co., New 
York. 2279 

Garden of weeds. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1941 ; 
D 80238 ; Ronald Gerard, Chicago. 

2280 

General merchandise ; by Corinth-Holder 
class of 1942, edited by E. C. Cunning- 
ham. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1942 ; D 80139 ; 
Elbert Claxton Cunningham, Zezulon, 

N. C. 2281 

Gentleman doesn't apologize. © 1 c. 
May 19, 1942 ; D 80266 ; Robert Morris 
Saifron, Pittsburgh. 2282 

Getting pinned: by Grace Barney. © 
May 15. 1942; D 80255; Samuel 
French, New York. 2283 

Ghost town. See Lone Ranger. 

Girls back home. See T)i\ Christian. 

Going Americana. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1942 ; 
D 8O063; Winifred Battan Wallen, 
Glasgow, Mont. 2284 

Gold rush that failed. See Lone Ranger. 

Golden talisman; by Charles Caldwell 
Dobie, music by Alec Templeton. 
[Text only] © Aug. 2, 1941 ; D 80209 ; 
Bohemian club, San Francisco. 2285 

Gracious majesty; by Laurence Hous- 
man, illustrated by Ernest H. Shep- 
ard. © May 11, 1942; D 80275; 
Charles Scribner's sons, New York. 

2286 

Great big doorstep; from the novel of 
the same name by E. P. O'Donnell. 
© 1 c. May 5, 1942 ; D 80132 ; Frances 
Goodrich & Albert Hackett, New York. 

2287 



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2315 



Great Gildersleeve ; no. 35, by Leonard 
L. Levinson. (c) 1 c. May 6, 1942; 
D 80148; Kraft cheese co., Chicago. 

2288 

Green and red. © 1 c, May IG, 1942; 
D 80226; James Peter Zollinger, 
Brooklyn. 2289 

Gregory saga. © 1 c. May 4, 1942 ; D 
80131 ; Paul Gordon, Hollywood, Calif. 

2290 

Gunner Creek cow thieves. See Lone 
Ranger. 

Guy from the gods. © 1 c. May 5, 1942 ; 
D 80277; Pauline Denton Whitson, 
New York. 2291 

Hallowe'en day; by Sophie Ravonish 
[pseud, of S. Tonick] © 1 c. Apr. 9, 
1942; D 80142; Sophie Tonick, New 
York. 2292 

Hands across the plains. 8ee Lone 
Ranger. 

Happily ever after ; by Howard Agg. © 
Apr. 1, 1942 ; D 80343 ; Samuel French, 
ltd., London. 2293 



Happy haven, 
wood. 



See Stars over Holly- 



Harriet ; by Florence Ryerson [i. e. F. R. 
Clements] & C. Clements. © 1 c. 
May 18, 1942; D 80248; Florence 
Ryerson Clements & Colin Clements, 
Canoga Park, Calif. 2294 

Hash in July. © 1 c. May 19, 1942; 
D S0267 ; Burrell Smith, New York. 

2295 



Hate. © 1 c. May 1, 1942 
Arch Oboler, Los Angeles. 



D 80086; 
2296 



Have you seen him. © 1 c. May 1, 1942 ; 
D 80087 ; Arch Oboler, Los Angeles. 

2297 

Haven't we met before. © 1 c. May 11, 
1942; D 80167; Ruth Welty, Wash- 
ington. 2298 

He must be a voodoo man, © 1 c. Apr. 
24, 1942; D 80016; Dalfmore Akeisa, 
New York. 2299 

Henry and Oscar. © 1 c. May 18, 1942 ; 
D 80227 ; Beatrice Reinhardt Rodyen- 
ko, Manhasset, L. I., N. Y. 2300 

Here we go again. © 1 c. May 16, 1942 ; 
D 80218 ; Jack Harding, New York. 

2301 

Hippo-submarine. © 1 c. May 7, 1942 ; 
D 80175 ; Joseph Barstock, Brooklyn. 

2302 



History of Mr. Polly. See Date at the 
library. 

Hitler over Broadway ; or, Something 
stinks in Denmark. © 1 c. May 11, 
1942 ; D 80178 ; Guy Lurie, New York. 

2303 

Hiya, Bud. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1942; D 
80118 ; Alfred David Geto, New York. 

2304 

Hollywood hush hush. © 1 c. May 18, 
1942; D 80225; Alfred Bertram Pa- 
netz, Jersey City. 2305 

Honeymoon alone ; translated & adapted 
from the Hungarian, by G. Groszberg. 
© 1 c. Apr. 30, 1942 ; D 80078 ; George 
Groszberg, New York. 2306 

House of whispers. © 1 c. May 1, 1942 ; 
D 80097; William Howard Harris & 
Ester Marie Harris, New York. 2307 



Human ballet, opera and circus. 
Razzle dazzle. 



See 



I can't believe you. See First Nighter. 

I play Hamlet. See Stars over Holly- 
wood. 

If I wei-e you. © 1 c. May 16, 1942 ; D 
80219; Jack Harding & Prentice 
Abbot, New York. 2308 

If you think it's so — it's so; by Seth 
Orland. © 1 c. May 9, 1942 ; D 8017O ; 
Ellis Baker, New York. 2300 

Impressions of life; by John McMahill. 
© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1942; D 80061; Ann 
K. Winner, Beverly Hills, Calif. 

2310 

In gay Havana ; book, lyrics & music by 
Sibyl Evans Baker. © Apr. 25, 1942 ; 
D 76136 ; Willis music co., Cincinnati. 

2311 

In the black out ; by Gertrude Jennings. 
© Mar. 31, 1942; D 80342; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 2312 

Isabelle — friend of Victoria; by Vesta 
[pseud, of V. I. Washburn] © 1 c. 
Apr. 16, 1942; D 80231; Vesta Irma 
Washburn, San Francisco. 2313 

Island in the Rio. See Lone Ranger. 

It shall come to pass; by Jerry [i. e. 
J. I.] Cowles. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1942; 
D 80034; Jeanette Isabell Cowles, 
River Forest, 111. 2314 

It will go through. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 
1942; D 80068; Carol Warner Gluck, 
New York. 2S15 



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2316 



pt. I, n. s,, V. 15 



It's all in the book; by Ralph E. Cat- 
tell. © 1 c. May 6, 1942; D 80146; 
Wilding picture sales corp., Detroit. 

2316 

It's an art. © 1 c. May 5, 1942; D 
80133; Engelbert J. Neumayer & Ed- 
ward J. Rutan, Millville, N. J. 2317 

It's your choice. © 1 c. May 4, 1942; 
D 80108; Myron Mark Golden, De- 
troit. 2318 

Ivan the Terrible. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1942; 
D 80117; Alfred Davis Geto, New 
York. 2319 

Jack Denny and Dorchester. © Lionel 
H. Young, Belfast, Me. 2320, 2321 
After fish party. © 1 c. May 25, 

1942; D 80338. 
Fish party. © 1 c. May 25, 1942; 

D 80337. 

Jeer the villains. © 1 c. May 7, 1942 ; 
D 80145; Louis Hirsch Hammer, New 
York. 2322 

Joint custody. © 1 c. May 4, 1942; D 
80116; Helen Maloney, New York. 

2323 

Journey to escape. See Death is our 
companion. 

Jumpers. © 1 c. May 18, 1942 ; D 80223 ; 
William Patrick Sweeney, Brooklyn. 

2324 

Jumpin' Jupiter; by Kurtz Gordon 
[pseud, of C. G. Kurtz] © 1 c. May 
23, 1942 ; D 80316 ; C. Gordon Knrtz, 
New York. 2325 

Jumping Jack. © 1 c. Dec. 9, 1941 ; 
D 80224 ; Anne Bethe, Ithaca, N. Y. 

2326 

Justice rides the range ; continuity nos. 
1-5, by Wilbur Hall. © 1 c. each Apr. 
6, 1942; D 80008-80012; Blackett- 
Sample-Hummert, Chicago. 

2327-2331 

Kamraty. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1942 ; D 80144 ; 
Lucjan Krzemienski, Hamilton, On- 
tario, Canada. 2332 

Kitten; by H. Shale. © 1 c. May 2, 
1^2 ; D 80095 ; Harry Shale & Marion 
Shale, Rochester, N. Y. 2333 

Lavendar [?] and old junk. © 1 c. 
May 5, 1942; D 80134; Jane Jovce 
O'Ryan, New York. 2334 

Legend of the northern lights. See 
Wewahste. 

Legend of Wiwaste. See Wewahste. 

Let the chips fall. See Dr. Christian. 



Letters to Lucerne. © Mar. 18, 1942; 
D 80344 ; Fritz Rotter, Los Angeles & 
Allen Vincent, New York. 2335 

Life can be beautiful ; episode no. 945, 
by Carl Bixby & Don Becker. © 1 c. 
May 4, 1942; D 80121; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 2336 

Light a cigarette; by Vesta [i. e. V. I. 
Washburn] © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1942 ; D 
80077; Vesta Irma Washburn, San 
Francisco. 2337 

Lilv and de Lawd ; text & music by R. S. 
Littell. © 1 c. May 22, 1942 ; D 76140 ; 
Ray Stuart Littell, Yosemite national 
park, Calif. 2338 

Little foxes. © Apr. 21, 1942 ; D 80030 ; 
Lillian Hellman, Pleasantville, N. Y. 

2339 
Little Olaf. See First nighter. 

Little red schoolhouse ; by Millard 
Crosby. © May 15, 1942; D 80253; 
Samuel French, New York. 2340 

Lone journey ; continuity no. 493, by San- 
dra Michael & Peter Michael. © 1 c. 
May 4, 1942; D 80122; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 2341 

Lone Ranger ; by Fran Striker. © Lone 
Ranger, inc., Detroit. 2342-2358 

No. 1447-660', Gunner Creek cow 

thieves. © 1 c. Mav 13, 1942; D 

80196. 
No. 1448-661, Island in the Rio. © 1 

c. May 13, 1942 ; D 80197. 
No. 1449-662, Outlaw Point. © 1 c. 

May 13, 1942; D 80198. 
No. 1450-663, Smuggler's boss. © 1 c. 

May 13, 1942 ; D 80199. 
No. 1451-664, Trail of red mud. © 1 

c. May 13, 1942; D 80200. 
No. 1452-665, Mistaken for an east- 
erner. © 1 c. May 13, 1942 ; D 80201. 
No. 1453-666, West of Dodge. © 1 c. 

May 13, 1942 ; D 80202. 
No. 1454-667, Thorndvke's double deal, 

© 1 c. May 13, 1942 ; D 80203. 
No. 1455-668, Hands across the plains. 

© 1 c. May 13, 1942 ; D 80204. 
No. 1456-669, Ghost town. © 1 c. May 

13, 1942 ; D 80205. 
No. 1457-670, Tomorrow's trail. © 

1 c. May 13, 1942 ; D 80206. 
No. 1458-671, Steamboat on the river. 

© 1 c. May 13, 1942; D 80207. 
No. 1459^672, Longhorns' backtrail. 

© 1 c. May 22, 1942; D 80296. 
No. 1460-673, Gold rush that failed. 

© 1 c. May 22, 1942 ; D 80297. 



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2385 



No. 1461-674, Thirst is better than 

water. © 1 c. May 22, 1942; D 

80298. 
No. 1462-675, Moourise on Powder 

Creek. © 1 c. May 22, 1942; D 

80299. 
No. 1463-676, Fools gold. © 1 c. May 

22, 1942 ; D 80300. 

Long distance calling. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 
1942 ; D 80333 ; Hortense A. Kimmel, 
East Cleveland. 2359 

Longhorns' backtrail. See Lone Ranger. 

Lorenz and Larue. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1942 ; 
D 80035; George S. Kaufmann, Fox 
Chapel Boro., Pa. 2360 

Lost word : text by Barbara Stuart 
[pseud, of Mattie B. Shannon], music 
by I. H. Meredith. © Mar. 21, 1942 ; 
D 76131; Tuller-Meredith co.. New 
York. 2361 

Love is not for sale. See Queen said no. 

Love on the upbeat. See First nighter. 

Marchen (Das) vom schwarzen mann ; 
von Alexander Farago, iibersetzung 
von H. Bartsch. © 1 c. May 6, 1942 ; 
D 80306; Hans Bartsch, New York. 

2362 

Malta. See March of time. 

Mamie's honeymoon ; by Maxine Mil- 
stead [pseud, of M. M. Sedlack] © 
1 c. May 9, 1942; D 80163; Maxine 
Milstead Sedlack, Green Bay, Wis. 

2363 

Man and wife and other plays; by 
Augustin Daly, edited with introduc- 
tory notes & play list by Catherine 
Sturtevant. © Mar. 18, 1942; D 
80239; Princeton university press, 
Princeton, N. J. 2364 

Man (The) Wilson. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 
1942 ; D 80051 ; Mark Reed, Boothbav 
Harbor, Me. 2365 

March of time. © Time, inc.. New 
York. 2366-2371 

Mar. 15, 1942. © 1 c. May 19, 1942 ; 

D 80262. 
Mar. 27, 1942, The Tiger squadron. 

© 1 c. May 1, 1942 ; D 80233. 
Apr. 24, 1942, Our citizen army. © 

1 c. Apr. 29, 1942 ; D 80066. 
May 1, 1942, U. S. women at war. 

© 1 c. May 2, 1942 ; D 80235. 
May 8, 1942, Malta. © 1 c. May 9, 

1942; D 80234. 
May 22, 1942. © 1 c. May 23, 1942 ; 

D 80315. 



Marianna. © 1 c. Apr. 28, 1942; D 
80054; Milton Herbert Gropper, New 
York. 2372 

Marry a million. Sec First nighter. 

Marry me. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1942; D 
80064 ; Robert Brunswick, New York. 

2373 

Mary's insects. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1942; 
D 80014; Benjamin Ellicott Madden, 
Brooklyn. 2374 

Matter of business ; by Guy [i. e. T. G.] 
Lucas. © 1 c. May 20, 1942 ; D 80263 ; 
Thoma Guy Lucas, St. Augustine. 

2375 

Maxwell House coffee time; by Benton 
& Bowles, inc. © General foods 
Corp., New York. 2376-2378 

Apr. 16, 23, 1942. © 1 c. each Apr. 30, 
1942 ; D 80137, 80138. 

May 7, 1942. © 1 c. May 18, 1942; 
D 80242. 

Meet the Dillys. See Stars over Holly- 
wood. 

Men wanted ; by Glenn Bard [pseud, of 
M. Glandbard] © 1 c. May 6, 1942 ; 
D 80252; Max Glandbard, Philadel- 
phia. 2379 

Message from Haifa. © 1 c. May 25, 
1942; D 80329; Louis Walinsky, 
Brooklyn. 2380 

Miracle in 3B. © 1 c. May 1. 1942; 
D 80088; Arch Oboler, Los Angeles. 

2381 

Miss Sally's party ; scenario by Verna 
Arvey, music by W. G. Still. © 1 c. 
Dec. 20', 1941 ; D 76137 ; William Grant 
Still, Los Angeles. 2382 

Mistaken for an easterner. See Lone 
Ranger. 

Mr. and Mrs. America; by Wilbur 
Braun. © Apr. 28, 1942; D 80347; 
Samuel French, New York. 2388 

Mr. Hazeltine— murderer. See Ring 
finger. 

Mr. Tidd. See Dandy Dick. 

Modern guidance plays ; by Samuel S. 
Richmond. © Apr. 18, 1942 ; D 80029 ; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 2384 

Moonrise on Powder Creek. See Lone 
Ranger. 

Murder at midnight. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 
1942 ; D 80076 ; Roy Reginald Rayner, 
Ottawa. 2385 



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pt. I, n. s., V. 15 



My Aunt Alice; by Walter Drey. © 
Apr. 23, 1942; D 80345; Samuel 
French, New York. 2386 

My Flag. © 1 c. May 7, 1942 ; D 80159 ; 
Michel Maurice Davis Kadri, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 2387 

Naming of Pittsburgh. See Drumbeats 
of American history. 

Napoleon and the floods ; by Cristo Doo- 
leigh Angeles [pseud, of C. A. H. Mal- 
lis] © 1 c. May 16, 1942; D 80228; 
Constantine Alexander Hagi Mallis, 
Berlin, N. H. 2388 

Ned Jordan, federal ace : no. 182, May 19, 
1942, The federal ace, by Fran Striker. 
© 1 c. May 22, 1942 ; D 80295 ; Fed- 
eral ace, inc., Detroit. 2389 

Never love an actor. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 
1942 ; D 80098 ; Vivian Eugenie Hoppe, 
New York. 2390 

Night before Christmas. © Apr. 13, 
1942 ; D 80271 ; Laura Perelman & S. J. 
Perelman, Hollywood, Calif. 2391 

Night club of 1950. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 
1942; D 80073; Frances Moran, St. 
Louis. 2392 

Night visitor ; by Sheldon Davis. © 1 
c. Apr. 27, 1942 ; D 80111 ; W. Emer- 
ton Heitland, Brooklyn. 2393 

Ninety nine point four ; by Edward 
Percy [pseud, of E. P. Smith] © 1 c. 
May 23, 1942 ; D 80317 ; Edward Percy 
Smith, Stone-in-Oxney, nr. Tenterden, 
Kent, England. 2394 

North to a star. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1942 ; D 
80026; Robert Ardrey, Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 2395 

Not in the contract. © 1 c. May 4, 
1942 ; D 80115 ; Paul T. Gantt, Phila- 
delphia. 2396 

Oberon the second. See Fary knight. 

Obituary of an irreparable loss. © 1 c. 
May 4, 1942 : D 80102 ; Gordon Gum- 
ming, New York. 2397 

O'Connell's rosary and emancipation ; re- 
written version of An uncrowned king, 
by Frank Tyrone [pseud, of T. F. 
Lawlor] © 1 c. May 20, 1942; D 
80307; Thomas Francis Lawlor, New 
York. 2398 

Old Pop Yale. See Rittenhouse square. 

On heaven's doorstep. © May 7, 1942 ; 
D 80269 ; Carl A. Barrett, Chicago. 

2399 



On the level. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1942; 
D 80071; Albert Patrick Kaye, New 
York. 2400 

Once upon a time. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1942 ; 
D 80062; Orrie Lashin & Ned Arm- 
strong, New York. 2401 

One in a million ; bv Priscilla [i. e. M. 
P.] Boy den. © 1 c. May 19, 1942; 
D 80261 ; Mary Priscilla Boy den, Win- 
netka. 111. 2402 

One night stand. © Apr. 7, 1942; D 
800158; Mairgaret ParsOjUS, Auburn, 
Mass. 2403 

One's a crowd. © 1 c. May 8, 1942 ; D 
80151 ; Eugene Raskin, New York. 

2404 

Our citizen army. See March of time. 

Out of the darkness; by Lenny Neil 
[pseud, of L. N. Wayland] © 1 c. 
May 8, 1942 ; D 80165 ; Leonard Neil 
Wayland, Pasadena. 2405 

Outlaw Point. See Lone Ranger. 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins ; continuity no. 
2291 E. T., bv Orin Tovrov. ©" 1 c. 
May 4, 1942 ; D 80123 ; Procter & Gam- 
ble CO., Cincinnati. 2406 

Pepsodent company broadcast ; Apr. 14, 
21, 1942. © 1 c. each Apr. 27, 1942 ; 
D 80038, 80039 ; Lord & Thomas, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 2407, 2406 

Plans for tomorrow ; by Zoe Akins [i. e. 
Z. A. Rumboldl © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1942 ; 
D 80018; Zoe Akins Rumbold, Pasa- 
dena. 2409 

Prelude to victory. © 1 c. May 12, 
1942 j D 80187; Harry L. Baum, Den- 
ver. 2410 

Problem parents; by Louise [i. e. M. L.] 
Weir & I. R. Hortenstein. © 1 c. May 
4, 1942; D 80110; Margery Louise 
Weir & Isabel Ruby Hortenstein, Em- 
poria, Kan, 2411 

Upodores CO) [O prodotes] © Apr. 23, 
1942; D 80241; George Th. Frantzis, 
Tarpon Springs, Fla. 2412 

Prom nite ; by Lynn Coyn [pseud, of 
E. Lynch] © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1942; D 
79746; Evangeline Lynch, Chicago. 

2413 

Queen said no ; or, Love is not for sale, 
by George Jack [i. e. George John] 
Landis. "© 1 c. May 16, 1942; D 
80308; George John Landis, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 2414 

Razzle dazzle; or. The human ballet, 
opera and circus, by William Saroyan. 



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© Apr. 16. 1942 : D S0186 : Harcoiirt, 
Brace & co., inc., New York. 2415 

Ready to believe anything: by Leslie 
Fayne [pseud, of Laci Fessler] © 
1 c. Apr. 29. 1942 ; D 60072 : Margaret 
Steger, Bishop, Calif. 2416 

Reluctant warrior; by J. [i. e. E. J.] 
Waldron k Robert [i. e. Thomas Jo- 
seph] Waldrou. © 1 c. May 2, 1942; 
D 80096: Ethel Joyce Waldron, New 
York. 2417 

Rest haven : bv Leslie Vines [pseud, of 
L. F. Levine] © 1 c. May 23, 1942 : 
D 80301: Leslie F. Levine, Chicago. 

2418 

Riddle for Mr. Twiddle : by Madison L. 
Gofe. © Apr. 9, 1942: D 80259: 
Samuel French, New York. 2419 

Right to happiness: episode no. 586, by 
Irna Phillips. © 1 c. May 4, 1942: 
D 80124; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 2420 

Rime of the Ancient Mariner ; by 
Samuel Taylor Coleridge, dramatized 
bv Leopold Proser. © 1 c. Apr. 24. 
1942; D 80021; Columbia broadcast- 
ing system, inc., New York. 2421 

Ring finger ; by Warren [i. e. J. W.] 
Blair, based on the serial story, Mr. 
Hazeltine — murderer, by George F. 
Worts. © 1 c. May 15, 1942 ; D 80220 : 
John Warren Blair, Tulsa, Okl. 2422 

Rittenhouse square ; or. Old Pop Yale. 
© 1 c. Apr. 18. 1942 ; D 80050 : Joseph 
Murphv Gazzam, jr., Philadelphia. 

2423 

River. © 1 c. Apr. 25. 1942 : D 80173 : 
Kay MiUer, Golden, Col. 2424 

Road of life: episode no. 1193, by Irna 
Phillips. © 1 c. May 4, 1942 : D 80125 ; 
Procter & Gamble co.. Cincinnati. 

2425 

Room for rent. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1942; 
D 80065 ; Max L. Berges, Los Angeles. 

2426 

Rumple tumple time. © 1 c. May 11. 
1942 ; D 80172 ; Julie Mars, New York. 

2427 

Sailor's wife. © 1 c. May 20. 1942: 
D 80278: Blanche L. Ennis, Capitol 
Heights, Md. 2428 

St. Louis blues. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1942 ; 
D 80020 ; Irving Reis, New Yorli. 2429 

Sanctuary; © 1 c. Nov. 19, 1941; D 
80092 ; Georges Depallens, Montreux, 
Switzerland. 2430 



Second-story swap shop. © 1 c. May 16, 
1942; d' 80221; William Walden, 
Brooklyn. 2431 

Seiior Daring Yank. © Frank Henius, 
Washington. 2432-2436 

Episodes nos. 1-3. © 1 c. each May 7, 

1942 ; D S0152-S0154. 
Episodes 4, 5. © 1 c. each Mav 13, 

1942 ; D 80194, 80195. 

Shall Troy fall. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1942 ; 
D 80074; Winifred Victoria Sinclair, 
New York. 2437 

Shell fire brides : by P. Krepiakevich. 
© 1 c. Mar. 16. 1942 ; D 76133 ; Peter 
Krepiakevich. Saskatoon. Sask.. Can- 
ada. 2438 

Showdown at Sawtooth : bv E. Clayton 
McCarty. © Apr. 3. 1942 : D 80059 ; 
Row. Peterson & co.. Evanston. 111. 

2439 

Signal man : by Charles Dickens, 
adapted for radio by Charles Taze- 
well. © 1 c. Apr. 24. 1942 : D 80022 ; 
Columbia broadcasting svstem. inc.. 
New York. 2440 

Silverheels. ySee Death Valley days. 

Smuggler's boss. See Lone Ranger. 

Snow queen ; modern version of the An- 
derson fairv tale. © 1 c. May 23, 
1942 : D 80292 ; George Leonard Baxt, 
Brooklyn. 2441 

Snowhite : by O. Maag, music by Franz 
Schubert, arrangement by Felix Wein- 
gartner. [Text only] © 1 c. May 
23. 1942 : D 80293 : Otto Maag. Basel, 
Switzerland. 2442 

Soliloquy with death. © 1 c. May 1, 
1942 : D 80089 : Arch Oboler, Los An- 
geles. 2443 

Something olde. something true : by 
VMlla Dorton. © 1 c. May 23. 1942 ; 
D 80318: A. Marie Thompson. New 
York. 2444 

Something stinks in Denmark. See Hit- 
ler over Broadway. 

Song out of sorrow ; by Felix [i. e. R. F.] 
Doherty. © Apr. 30. 1942 : D 80240 ; 
Reginald Felix Doherty, Boston. 

2445 

Southern hospitality. See Stars over 
Hollywood. 

Spectre bridegroom : based on the folk- 
lore in the legendary stories of Wash- 
ington Irving, libretto, lyrics & music 
by L. A. Carpenter. © 1 c. May 14, 
1942 : D 76138 ; Lillian Avon Carpen- 
ter. Chicago. 2446 



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2447 



pt I, n. s., V. 15 



Spellbounder. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1942; 
D 80015; Gurdon S. Worcester, Bos- 
ton. 2447 

Spring fever ; by Stephan Bekeffi, trans- 
lated by H. Bartsch. © 1 c. May 7, 
1942; D 80156; Hans Bartsch, New 
York. 2448 

Staheli's brass band. See Death Valley 
days. 

Stampede. © 1 c. May 21, 1942; D 

80284; Doris Frank, New Britain, 
Conn. 2449 

Stars over Hollywood, © Bowey's, 
inc., Chicago. 2450-2454 

Apr. 18, 1942, Southern hospitality, 

by Paul West & Paul Pierce. © 1 c. 

Apr. 24, 1942 ; D 80019. 
Apr. 25, 1942, I play Hamlet, by Roger 

Quayle Denny. © 1 c. May 4, 1942 ; 

D 80113. 
May 2, 1942, Dear boss, by Dane 

Liicier. © 1 c. May 18, 1942; D 

80245. 
May 9, 1942, Meet the Dillys, by Roger 

Quayle Denny. © 1 c. May 18, 

1942; D 80244. 
May 16, 1942, Happy haven, by Walter 

Hackett. © 1 c. May 23, 1942 ; D 

80328. 

Steamboat on the river. See Lone 
Ranger. 

Stork club ; scripts no?;. 1, 2. © 1 c. 
each May 9, 1942; D 80161, 80162; 
Mrs. John P. Spiegel, Chicago. 

2455, 2456 

Story of an isolationist ; War against 
Main street, bv Hans Burger. © 1 c. 
ISIay 13, 1942; D 80325; Film unit, 
inc., New York. 2457 

Story of Mary Marlin ; episodes nos. 
1858-1860. 1862, 1863. © 1 c. each 
May 11, 1942; D 80179-80183; Jane 
Crusinberry, Chicago. 2458-2462 

Strikebreakers and the golden wedding. 
© 1 c. Apr. 24. 1942 ; D 80309 ; Berth- 
old Soglow, New York. 2463 

Sunshine returned ; the birds trilled ; 
the world was theirs. © 1 c, Apr. 15, 
1942; D 80032; Peter C. Ullo, New 
York. 2464 

Sweet river ; continuities nos. 1-5. © 
1 c. each May 2, 1942 ; D 80103-80107 ; 
Blackett-Sample-Hummert, Chicago. 

2465-2469 

Taboo ; by Helen Edeson [pseud, of H. 
E. Fraenkel], based on the book Dark 
legend, by Frederic Wertham. © 1 c. 



May 16, 1942 D 80215; Helena Es- 
berg Fraenkel, New York. 2470 

Tailspin Toby. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1942 ; 
D 80036 ; Albert William Clark, Glen- 
wood, la. 2471 

Talley method. © Mar. 11, 1942; 
D 80272 ; S. N. Behrman, New York. 

2472 

Teacher; translated from the Russian 
of S. A. Gerasimov, by John Jacob 
Robbins. © 1 c. May 2, 1942; 
D 80094; John Jacob Robbins, 
Chatham, N. J. 2473 

Teen magic ; by Alice Chadwicke. © 
Mar. 16, 1942; D 80256; Samuel 
French, New York. 2474 

Texaco star theatre ; Apr. 19, 26, May 3, 
10, 17, 1942, by Fred Allen. © 1 c. 
Apr. 24, 29, May 7, 14, 20, 1942; 
D 80017, 80069, 80147, 80191, 80264; 
Batchelor enterprises, inc., New York. 

2475-2479 

That dear dear man. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 
1942 ; D 80049 ; Everett Glass, Berke- 
ley, Calif. 2480 

Theatre; by Somerset [i. e. W. S.] 
Maugham & G. Bolton. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 
1942; D 80013; W. Somerset Maug- 
ham, New York & Guy Bolton, Great 
Neck, L. I., N. Y. 2481 

They burned the books; May 11, 1942. 
© 1 c. May 19, 1942 ; D 80417 ; Stephen 
Vincent Benet, New York. • 2482 

Thirst is better than water. See Lone 
Ranger. 

Thirty cents a mile. See Death Valley 
days. 

This is America. © 1 c. May 8, 1942; 
D 80166; Neil Twomey, Dorchester, 
Mass. 2483 

This is impossible : by Patrick Hamilton. 
© Apr. 1, 1942; D 80341; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 2484 

This is my victory. © 1 c. May 20, 
1942; D 80268; Catherine Courtney, 
Los Angeles. 2485 

This is the past. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1942; 
D 80040; Charles C. Benham, Camp 
Lee, Va. 2486 

This side of Broadway by Peter Xantho 
[pseud, of P. A. Xanthopoulo] © 
1 c. May 4, 1942 ; D 80101 ; Panayotis 
Achilles Xanthopoulo, New York. 

2487 

Tborndyke's double deal. See Lone 
Ranger. 



80 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIOXS 



no. 5, 1942 



2519 



Tiiree brothers : based upon the ro- 
mance. Devereiix, by Sir Edward 
Bulwer-Lyttou. (g 1 c. Mar 26. 1942 ; 
D 8<)339: John Laurence Seymour. 
Sacramento. Calif. 24SS 

Three telegraphers. See Death Valley 
days. 

Thus play I in one person many people ; 
by Marjorie Moffett. © Mar. 25, 
1942: D S0149: Samuel French, New 
York. 2489 

Tiger squadron. See March of time. 

To the stars, (g 1 c. Apr. 24. 1942: 
D S(XI24: Elmer Rice. Stamford. 
Conn. 2490 

Tomorrow's trail. See Lone Ranger. 

Torment in greasepaint, g 1 c. May 
14. 1942: D S0192 : Erwiu Wiechert. 
Brooklyn. 2491 

Trail of red mud. See Lone Ranger. 

Transients. ^ 1 c. Apr. 21. 1942: D 
80099: Lovera Krupp Slote. Miami 
Beach. Fla. 2492 

Trial. © 1 c. Mar 22. 1942: D S0290: 
Arch Oboler, CoraeU. Calif. 2493 

Trois justiciers. © 1 c. Apr. 30. 1942 : 
D S01T6 : Maurice Maeterlinck. Xew 
York. 2494 

Uuceitain age : by Hilda Manning 
[pseud, of James Reach] © Apr. in. 
1942: D S0254: Samuel French. New 
York. 2495 

Uncrowned king. See O'Connell's rosary 
and emancipation. 

UnifoiTn affair. © 1 c. May 11, 1942 : 
D S01S4 : Donna Jean Shellaberger. 
Shabbona. 111. 2496 

U. S. women at war. See March of 
time. 

L'p an' at "em : book by T. A. Johnstone 
& W. Morrissey. music & lyrics by 
T. A. Johnstone. W. Morrissey & F. 
D'Armond. [Text only] © 1 c. Apr. 
25, 1942 : D '^0327 : Thomas Arthur 
Johnstone. East Orange. X. J.. Wil- 
liam Morrissey & Frank D'Armond. 
Xew York. 2497 

Upside down : by Junius [i. e. D. J.] 
Bethea. © 1 c. Apr. 30. 1942: D 
80080: David Jimius Bethea. Xew 
York. 2498 

Y for Vickie : bv Sig [i. e. S. M.] Her- 
zig. © 1 c. May 27. 1942 : D 80340 : 
Siegfried M. Herzig. Beverlv Hills. 
Calif. ' 2499 



I 



Vic and Sade : Apr. 14. 1042. by Paul 
Rhymer. © 1 c. May 4. 1942: D 
S<)126 : Procter & Gamble co., Cincin- 
nati. 2500 

Victory theatre : program no. 1. bv 
Frank Graham. © 1 c. May 11. 1942 : 
D S0177 ; Harry "Wiu'tzel agency. Los 
Angeles. ' 2501 

Vision. © 1 c. May 9. 1942: D 80168: 
Marcel Friedman Os: Henry Miller. 
New York. 2502 

Visitor. © 1 c. INIay IS. 1942 : D 80243 : 
Josephine M. Peterler Hug. Los An- 
geles. 2503 

Voice from the Isle of Love. © 1 c. 
May 4. 1942 : D S0237 : Ruthell Luce 
Barclay. Daisetra. Tex. 2504 

Walrus and the carpenter. © Apr. 14, 
1942: D S0273; Noel Langley. Old 
Lyme, Conn. 2505 

Wanted — inventions. © 1 c. May 7, 
1942: D 50232: Istvan Tamas, New 
York. 2506 

War against Main street. See Story of 
an isolationist. 

War and peace: based on Tolstoi's 
novel. © 1 c. Mar. 17. 1942 : D S0143 : 
Alfred Neumann. HoUywoc^. Calif, 
e^: Erwin Piscator. New York. 2507 

We hold these tniths : text by Norman 
Corwiu. illustrations by S'amuel M. 
Adler. © Feb. 27. 1942: D S<X)93 ; 
Howell. Soskin. publishers, inc.. New 
York. 2508 

Welcome footsteps : by Paula Seligman 
[pseud, of P. Ettinger] © 1 c. Apr. 
28. 1942: D 80052: Pauline Ettinger. 
Bayside. L. I., N. Y. 2509 

West of Dodge. See Lone Ranger. 

Wewahste : or, A legend of the northern 
lights, being a revised & enlarged edi- 
tion, with additional words «Sc music of 
The legend of Wiwaste. text, lyrics & 
music bv S. E. Blakeslee. © 1 c. 
Apr. 24. 1942: D 76135: S. Earle 
Blakeslee. Ontario. Calif. 2510 

What are little girls made of?— 1942. 
© 1 c. May 1. 1942 : D 80091 ; Doris 
Jean Bloomberg, Massillon, O. 2511 

When left is right. © 1 c. May 27. 1942 : 
D 80332: Walter Carl Thomas. Rad- 
nor. O. 2512 

When presses roar: Mar. 6. 13. 20. 27, 
Apr. 3. 10. 17. 1942. © 1 c. each Apr. 
27. 1942 : D S(X^1-S0047 : Hearst pub- 
lications, inc.. Los Angeles. 

2513-2519 



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2520 



pt. I, n. s., V. 15 



Where do we go from here? © 1 c. May 
26, 1942; D 80334; Sue F. Walker, 
Santa Barbara, Calif. 2520 

Who knows? © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1942; D 
79938 ; Jack Johnstone, Bronxville, 
N. Y. 2521 

Wilderness of mirrors. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 
1942; D 80037; Murray Gitlin, Chi- 
cago. 2522 

Woman in white ; continuity no. 1101, by 
Irna Phillips. © 1 c. May 4, 1942; 
D 80127 ; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 2523 



Woman's way. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1942; D 
80060; Eloise Earle Dean, Philadel- 
phia. 2524 

Wonder brain. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1942 ; D 
80140 ; Fred B. Norman, Brooklyn. 

2525 

Yellow, red or green. © 1 c. May 21, 
1942 ; D 80286 ; Julius J. Wolfson, New 
York. 2526 

You'll never be the same. © 1 c. May 
7, 1942; D 80229; Rachel Baker & 



David Davidson, New York. 



2527 



Number of entries of dramas included in Part 1, group 3, of the catalog 
since Jan. 1, 1942: 

Dramatic compositions (including 1,378 unpublished)-— 1,653 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 23 unpub- 
lished) 27 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 43 unpublished) 65 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 1 un- 
published 5 

Total 1, 750 



82 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[2527 



Betty ; by Frederick Londsdale & Gladys 
Unger. lyrics by Adrian Ross [pseud, 
of Arthur R. Ropes] & Paul A. 
Rubens, music by P. A. Rubens. 
[Text only] © Ethel Ropes & Her- 
bert Rubens, London. R 107913, May 
5, 1942. 1 

Black tie. (c) George Middleton, New 
York. R 106606, Apr. 8, 1942. 2 

Blackmail; by Richard Harding Davis. 
(c) Hope Harding Davis Kehrig, 
Brooklyn. R 106554, Apr. 9, 1942. 3 

Boomerang; by Winchell Smith & Vic- 
tor Mapes. © Phoenix natl. bank & 
trust CO., Hartford. R 107160, Apr. 
18, 1942. 4 

Boots and saddles ; by Eugene Walter. 
© Mary Walter, New York. R 
107161, Apr. 18, 1942. 5 

Earl of Pawtucket; by Augustus 
Thomas. © Lisle C. Thomas, Nyack, 
N. Y. R 107162, Apr. 18, 1942. 6 

Circles. © George Middleton, New 
York. R 106604, Apr. 8, 1942. 7 

Cradle song ; from the Spanish of Gre- 
gorio Martinez Sierra, authorized tr. 
by John Garrett Underbill. © J. G. 
Underbill, New York. R 107545, Apr. 
25, 1942. 8 

Criminals. © George Middleton, New 
York. R 106607, Apr. 8, 1942. 9 

Deceivers. © William C. DeMille, 
Venice, Calif. R 106601. Apr. 8, 1942. 

10 

Fate. © Rita Weiman, Westport, Conn. 
R 108010, May 7, 1942. 11 

Fran ; by Charles T. Dazey, founded on 
the novel by John Breckenridge Ellis. 
© Frank Dazey, Hollywood, Calif. R 
107642, May 2, 1942. 12 

Good woman. © George Middleton, 
New York. R 106605, Apr. 8, 1942. 13 

Gripful of trouble. © Fred Jackson, 
LaCrescenta, Calif. R 107892, May 
5, 1942. 14 

Groove. © George Middleton , New 
York. R 106603, Apr. 8, 1942. 15 



Into the sunset ; by Cleo Adams Page 
[i. e. L. C. Adams] © Lucie Cleo 
Adams, Gary, N. C. R 107901, May 8, 
1942. 16 

Just rags. © Rita Weiman, Westport, 
Conn. R 107158, Apr. 18, 1942. 17 

Just to get married; by Cicely Mary 
Hammill [pseud, of Cicely Hamilton] 
© C. Hamilton, London. R 107662, 
May 2, 1942. 18 

Lady and the jewels ; by H. Kellett 
Chambers. © Maria Cristina Cham- 
bers, Brooklyn. R 108009, May 7, 
1942. 19 

Lady in red ; from the German of Julius. 
Brammer and Alfred Gurnwald by 
Anne Caldwell [i. e. A. C. O'Dea] 
© Mariana O'Dea Vinal & Anthony 
P. O'Dea, Beverly Hills, Calif. R 
107784, May 1, 1942. 20 

Law of the land. © George Broad- 
hurst, Santa Barbara, Calif. R 
108008, May 7, 1942. 21 

Man who married a dumb wife ; by Ana- 
tole France, translated by Curtis 
Hidden Page. © C. H. Page, Gil- 
manton, N. H. R 107249, Apr. 21, 
1942. 22 

Marathon. See Natural law. 

Mary goes first ; by Henry Arthur Jones, 
introduction by Clayton Hamilton. 
© C. Hamilton, New York. R 106600, 
Apr. 8, 1942. 23 

Mary Jane's pa ; by Edith Ellis [i. e. E. 
E. Furness] © C. Beecher Furness, 
New York. R 107661, May 2, 1942. 24 

Mob ; by John Galsworthy. © Ada 
Galsworthy, London. R 107272, Apr. 
18, 1942. 25 

Music master ; by Charles Klein. © 
Benjamin F. Roeder, trustee of the 
estate of David Belasco, deceased, 
New York. R 107727, Apr. 29, 1942. 

26 

Same. © Reina Belasco Gest, 

New York. R 107726, Apr. 29, 1942. 

27 



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28 



pt. I, n. s., V. 15 



Natural law; or, The marathon, by 
Charles Sumner [pseud, of Charles 
Sumner Hayes] © C. S. Hayes, New 
York. R 107663, Apr. 29, 1942. 28 

Peace manoeuvres ; by Richard Harding 
Davis. © Hope Harding Davis 
Kehrig, Brooklyn. R 106556, Apr. 9, 
1942. 29 

Peacock lady; by J. Harry Benrimo & 
Amelie Rives Troubetzkoy. © Mary 
Benrimo, New York. R 107159, Apr. 
18, 1942. 30 



This way out. © Frank M. Stammers, 
New York. R 107111, Apr. 18, 1942. 

31 

Unborn (The) © George Middle ton. 
New York. R 106602, Apr. 8, 1942. 

32 

Zone police ; by Richard Harding Davis. 
© Hope Harding Davis Kehrig, 
Brooklyn. R 106555, Apr. 9, 1942. 33 



84 



CLASSES L AND M 

MOTION PICTURES 



About face. © May 11, 1942 ; L 11277 ; 
Hal Roach studios, inc., New York. 

2528 

Acro-batty. © Apr. 16, 1942; M 12443; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 2529 

Angeline. © May 4, 1942; M 12494; 
iSoundies distributing corp. of Amer- 
ica, inc., Chicago. 2530 

Aqua antics ; Water bugs, no. 2. © Dec. 
23. 1941 ; M 12492; Loew's, inc., New 
York. 2531 

Arizona roundup. © Mar. 10, 1942 ; L 
11301 ; Monogram pictures corp., Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 2582 

Army mascot. © Mar. 13, 1942; L 
11243 ; Walt Disney productions. Bur- 
bank, Calif. 2533 

Aunt Emma paints the town. See So's 
your Aunt Emma. 

Babes on Broadway. © Dec. 5, 1941 ; 
L 11315 ; Loew's, inc.. New York. 

2534 

Bashful bachelor ; from an original 
.«torv by Chester Lauck & Norris Goff. 
© Mar. 20, 1942 : L 11225 ; Voco pro- 
ductions, inc.. Culver City, Calif. 

2535 

Basin street boogie. © Apr. 20, 1942; 
M 12457; Souudies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 2536 

Bear and the beavers. © Apr. 14, 1942 ; 
M 12444 ; Loew's, inc., New York. 

2537 

Broadway ; based on the Jed Harris 
stage production by Philip Dunning 
& George Abbott. © May 11, 1942; 
L 11290: Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 2538 

Bullets for bandits. © Feb. 12, 1942; 
L 11230; Columbia pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 2539 

Burning bomber. See Captain Mid- 
night. 

Caissons go rolling along. © Apr. 20, 
1942 ; M 12461 ; Soundies distributing 
corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 2540 



Call of the .<ea. © May 19, 1942; M 
12500; Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 2541 

Captain Midnight. © Columbia pic- 
tures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

2542-2549 
Chap. no. 7, Menacing fates. © Mar. 

29, 1942 ; L 11221. 
Chap. no. 8, Shells of evil. © Apr. 5, 

1942 ; L 11222. 
Chap. no. 9, The drop to doom. © 

Apr. 12, 1942; L 11223. 
Chap. no. 11, Sky terror. © Apr. 26, 

1942 ; L 11303. 
Chap. no. 12, Burning bomber. © 

May 3, 1942 ; L 11304. 
Chap. no. 13, Death in the cockpit. © 

May 8, 1942 ; L 11305. 
Chap. no. 14, Scourge of revenge. © 

May 15, 1942 : L 11306. 
Chap. no. 15. The fatal hour. © May 

21, 1942 ; L 11307. 

Carl Hoff and his orchestra. © Dec. 
27. 1941 : M 12425 : Warner bros. pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 2550 

Case o' the blues. © Apr. 27, 1942; 
M 12474 ; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 2551 

Castle in the desert. © Feb. 27, 1942 ; 
L 11240; Twentieth century-Fox film 
Corp., New York. 2552 

Coolidge quartet. © Nov. 1, 1940; M 
12442; Artists' films, inc., Los An- 
geles. 2553 

Confirm or deny ; based on the story by 
Henry Wales & Samuel Fuller. © 
Dec. 12. 1941; L 11259; Twenitieth 
century-Fox film corp.. New York. 

2554 

Corpse vanishes. © May 8, 1942; L 
11282 ; Monogram pictures carp., Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 2555 

Corrective exercise no. 1 for constipa- 
tion. © title & descr. reed. May 1, 
1942: 4 prints reed. Mar. 23; M 
12430 ; Anna Rehn, New York. 2556 



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2557 



pt. I, n. s., V. 15 



Corrective exercise no. 2 for constipa- 
tion. © title & descr. reed. May 1, 
1942; 4 prints reed. Mar. 23; M 
12431 ; Anna Rehn, New York. 2557 

Cute recruit. © Mar. 15, 1941 ; L 11254 ; 
Screen gems, inc., Los Angeles. 2558 

Daffy's southern exposure. © May 9, 
1942 ; M 12450 ; Vitaphone co-rp., New 
York. 2559 

Death in the cockpit. See Captain Mid- 
night. 

Desperate chance for Ellery Queen. © 
Apr. 10, 1942 ; L 11217 ; Columbia pic- 
tures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 2560 

Devil sat down and cried. © Apr. 20, 
1942 ; M 12464 ; Soundies distributing 
corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 2561 

Dog meets dog. © Mar. 12, 1942; L 
11226 ; Screen gems, inc., Los Angeles. 

2562 

Dog tired. © May 6, 1942; M 12452; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 2563 

Don Cossack chorus. © Apr. 25, 1942 ; 
M 12408; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 2564 

Donald's garden. © Jan. 21, 1942; L 
11288 ; Walt Disney productions. Bur- 
bank, Calif. 2565 

Don't lie. © Apr. 14, 1942 ; L 11296 ; 
Loew's, inc.. New York. 2566 

Draft horse. © May 23, 1942 ; M 12503 ; 
Vitaphone corp.. New York. 2567 

Dreamsville, Ohio. © Apr. 6, 1942 ; M 
12406 ; Soundies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 2568 

Drop to doom. See Captain Midnight. 

Dudes are pretty people. © Apr. 20, 
1942: L 11244; Hal Roach studios, 
inc., New York. 2569 

Egga dagga phft. © Apr. 13, 1942; M 
12420: Soundies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 2570 

Ella. © Apr. 20, 1942; M 12458: 
Soundies distributing corp. of Amer- 
ica, inc., Chicago. 25'71 

Ellery Queen and the murder ring. © 
Nov. 18, 1941; L 11220; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 2572 

Emauuel Feuermann. © Nov. 4, 1940; 
M 12435 ; Artists' films, inc., Los 
Angeles. 2573 

Escape from Hongkong. © May 8, 1942 ; 
L" 11291 ; Universal i)ictures co., inc.. 
New York. 2574 



Eyes of the underworld ; based on an 
original story by Maxwell Shane. © 
May 19, 1942; L 11311; Universal 

pictures co., inc.. New York. 2575 

Fatal hour. See Captain Midnight. 

Fingers at the window ; from a story by 
Rose Caylor. © Mar. 13, 1942; L 
11253 ; Loew's, inc.. New York. 2576 

Fly-by-night ; based on a story by Ben 
Roberts and Sidney Sheldon. © Jan. 
16, 1942; L 11246; Paramount pic- 
tures, inc.. New York. 2577 

Flying bear. © Nov. 6, 1941 ; L 11280; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 2578 

Found wanting. © Apr. 25, 1942 ; M 
12415; C. O. Baptista films, Chicago. 

2579 

Freckles comes home ; suggested by the 
novel by Jeannette Stratton-Porter. 
© Jan. 14, 1942 ; L 11231 ; Monogram 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 2580 

Further prophecies of Nostradamus. 
© May 12, 1942; M 12483; Loew's, 
inc.. New York. 25Sl 

Gandy Goose in Lights out. © Apr. 17, 
1942 ; M 12398 ; Terrytoons, inc., New 
Rochelle, N. Y. 2582 

Gateway to Asia. © May 8, 1942; 
M 12490 ; Twentieth century-Fox film 
Corp., New York. 2583 

Gentleman at heart ; based on the story. 
Masterpiece, by Paul Hervey Fox. © 
Jan. 16, 1942 ; L 11298 ; Twentieth cen- 
tury-Fox film Corp., New York. 2584 

Ghost town law. © Mar. 27, 1942; L 
11232 ; Monogram pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 2585 

Girl from Alaska ; based on the serial. 
Golden portage, b.v Robert Ormord 
Case. © Apr. 16, 1942; L 11262; 
Republic pictures corp,. New York. 

2586 

Glacier Park and Waterton Lakes. © 
Apr. 24, 1942 ; M 12467 ; Loew s, inc.. 
New York. 2587 

Going to press. © Mar. 17, 1942 ; L 
11314 ; Loew's, inc., New York. 2588 

Gold rush. © May 6, 1942; L 11278; 
Charles Chaplin, Hollywood, Calif. 

2589 

Grand Central murder ; based on the 
novel by Sue MacVeigh. © Apr. 24, 
1942 ; L 11273 ; Loew's, inc.. New York. 

2590 



86 



MOTIOX PICTURES 



no. 5, 1942 



2024 



H. M. Piilham. esq. ; from the novel by 
John P. Marquand. © Nov. 12, 1941 ; 
L 11294 ; Loew's, inc., New York. 

2591 

Half way to Shanghai. © May 21, 1942 ; 
L 11312; Universal pictures co., inc.. 
New York. 2592 

Hero worship. © May 15, 1942; M 
12487 ; Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. 2593 



Hidden danger, 
the air. 



See Junior G-men of 



Home in Wyomin'. © Apr. 20, 1942; 
L 11263 ; Republic pictures corp., New 
York. 2594 

How green was my valley ; based on the 
novel by Richard Llewellyn. © Dec. 
26, 1941 ; L 11257 ; Twentieth century- 
Fox film Corp., New York. 2595 

How spry I am. © Mar. 20, 1942; L 
11228; Columbia pictures corp., Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 2596 

Hunting dogs at work. © May 16, 1942 ; 
M 12481; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 2597 

I don't trust the men. © Apr. 13, 1942 ; 
M 12424; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 2598 

I don't want to walk without you. © 
Apr. 13, 1942 ; M 12417 ; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 2599 

I married an angel ; based upon the 
Broadway stage success. © May 19, 
1942; L 11309; Loew's, inc., New 
York. 2600 

I was framed ; based upon an idea by 
Jerome Odium. © Mar. 19, 1942: L 
11239; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 2601 

If he can fight like he can love. © Apr. 
13, 1942 ; M 12421 ; Soundies distribut- 
ing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

2602 

Igor Gorin. © Nov. 4, 1940 : M 12436 ; 
Artists' films, inc., Los Angeles. 2603 

I'm coming, Virginia. © Apr. 20, 1942 ; 
M 12459; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 2604 

I'm looking for a guy. © Apr. 13, 1942 ; 
M 12419; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 2605 

In this our life ; based upon the novel 
by Ellen Glasgow. © May 16, 1942 ; 



L 11295; Warner bros. pictures, inc.. 
New York. 2606 

Inside the law. © Apr. 27, 1942; L 
11285 ; Producers releasing corp., New 
York. 2607 

Jesse James, jr. © Mar. 25, 1942; L 
11236; Republic pictures corp.. New 
York. 2608 

Jose Iturbi. © Nov. 1, 1940, Aug. 12, 
1941; M 12439, 12440; Artists' films, 
inc., Los Angeles. 2609, 2610 

Jump fever. © Apr. 27, 1942 ; M 12475 ; 
Soundies distributing corp. of Amer- 
ica, inc., Chicago. 2611 

Junior G men of the air. © Universal 
pictures co., inc.. New York. 

2612-2615 
Chap. no. 1, Wings aflame. © May 4, 

1942 ; L 11266. 
Chap. no. 2, The plunge of peril. © 

May 4, 1942 ; L 11267. 
Chap. no. 3, Hidden danger. © May 

8, 1942 ; L 11292. 
Chap. no. 4,' The tunnel of terror ! © 

May 8, 1942 ; L 11293. 

Kerry dance. © May 4, 1942 ; M 12497 ; 
Soundies distributing corp. of Amer- 
ica, inc., Chicago. 2616 

Kid glove killer. © Mar. 12, 1942; L 
11297 ; Loew's, inc., New York. 2617 

Kitchen quiz ; no. 2. © Nov. 14, 1941 ; 
M 12499; Columbia pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 2618 

Klondike. See Klondike fury. 

Klondike fury ; from the story Klondike, 
by Tristram Tupper. © Mar. 20, 
1942; L 11233; Monogram pictures 
Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 2619 

Knit one, purl two. © Apr. 6, 1942 ; M 
12401 ; Soundies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 2620 

Lamp of memory. © Apr. 20, 1942 ; M 
12462 ; Soundies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 2621 

Land of the quintuplets. © Mar. 10, 
1942; M 12432; Loew's, inc.. New 
York. 2622 

Larceny, inc. ; based upon a play by 
Laura & S. J. Perelman. © May 2, 
1942 ; L 11250 : Warner bros. pictures, 
inc., New York. 2623 

Lawless plainsmen. © Mar. 12, 1942 ; 
L 11238; Columbia pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 2624 



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pt. I, n. s., V. 15 



Leo Reisman and his orchestra. © Dec. 
24, 1941 ; M 12449 ; Warner bros, pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 2625 

Let's do it. © Apr. 6, 1942 ; M 12403 ; 
Soundies distributing corp. of Amer- 
ica, inc., Chicago. 2626 

Little theatre. © Jan. 15, 1941; L 
11256 ; Screen gems, inc., Los Angeles. 

2627 

Ma, he's making eyes at me. © Apr. 27, 
1942 ; M 12477 ; S'oundies distributing 
Corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 2628 

MacArthur is the name. © May 4, 1942 ; 
M 12496 ; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 2629 

Mad monster. © May 7, 1942; L 
11286; Producers releasing corp.. 
New York. 2630 

Man from headquarters. © Jan. 23, 
1942; L 11245; Monogram pictures 
Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 2631 

Man who wouldn't die ; based on a 
novel by Clayton Rawson. © May 1, 
1942; L 11281; Twentieth century- 
Fox film Corp., New Yovk. 2632 

Man with two lives. © Mar. 13, 1942; 
L 11283; Monogram pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 2633 

March of time; v. 8, no. 7. © Feb. 13, 
1942 ; M 12399 ; Time, inc., New York. 

2634 

Martes (Los) orquideas (Orchids, Tues- 
days) © June 5, 1941; L 11308; 
Lumiton cinematografica, Argentina, 
Buenos Aires. 2635 

Masterpiece. See Gentleman at heart. 

May I have the next trance with you. 
© Apr. 27, 1942 ; M 12476 ; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 2636 

Men of San Quentin. © May 12, 1942 ; 
L 11287; Producers releasing corp.. 
New York. 2637 

Menacing fates. See Captain Midnight. 

Mildred Billing. © Nov. 1, 1940; M 
12437 ; Artists' films, inc., Los An- 
geles. 2638 

Miracle makers. © Dec. 23, 1941; M 
12482; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 2639 

Miss you. © Apr. 6, 1942; M 12402; 
Soundies distributing corp. of Amer- 
ica, inc., Chicago. 2640 

Mr. Strauss takes a walk. © May 8, 
1942 ; L 11284 ; Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. 2641 



Mokey ; based on stories by Jennie Har- 
ris Oliver. © Mar. 24, 1942; L 
11251 ; Loew's, inc., New York. 2642 

Movietone news ; v. 23, nos. 90, 91, v. 24, 
nos. 58-67. © July 17, 22, 1941, Mar. 
26, 31, 31, Apr. 2, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 
1942; M 12465, 12466, 12395, 12396, 
12428, 12429, 12453-12456, 12501, 
12502; Movietonews, inc.. New York. 

2643-2654 

My favorite blonde. © Mar. 16, 1942 ; 
L 11269; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 2655 

My favorite song. © May 4, 1942; M 
12498 ; Soundies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 2656 

My shawl. © Apr. 20, 1942 ; M 12460 ; 
Soundies distributing corp. of Amer- 
ica, inc., Chicago. 2657 

Neck and neck. © May 15, 1942; M 
12489; Terrytoons, inc.. New Rochelle, 
N. Y. 2658 

News of the day; v. 13, nos. 257-264. 
© Mar. 31, Apr. 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 
1942; M 12413, 12414, 12426, 12427, 
12472, 12473, 12484, 12485; Hearst 
Metrotone news, inc.. New York. 

2659-2666 

Nightmare of a goon. © Apr. 22, 1942 ; 
L 11268; Paramount pictures. Inc., 
New York. 2667 

No greater power. © Apr. 25, 1942 ; 
L 11260; Cathedral films, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 2668 

No more gas. See Tuttles of Tahiti. 

North of the Rockies. © Apr. 2, 1942; 
L 11229 ; Columbia pictures Corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 2669 

Not a ladies' man. © May 10, 1942; 
L 11275; Columbia pictures corp., 
Hollywood, tlalif. 2670 

Nutty pine cabin. © Apr. 30, 1942; 
M 12434 ; Universal pictures co., inc. 
& Walter Lantz productions. New 
York. 2671 

Old oaken bucket. © Apr. 27, 1942; 
M 12479; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 2672 

Olive Oyl and water don't mix. © May 
8, 1942 ; L 11302 ; Paramount pictures, 
inc.. New York. 2673 

Pacific rendezvous. © May 19, 1942 ; 
L 11310 ; Loew's, inc.. New York. 2674 

Pass the biscuits Mirandy. © May 4, 
1942 ; M 12495 ; Soundies distributing 
corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 2675 



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2709 



Personality! Plus. © Apr. 17, 1942; 
M 12412: Paramount pictures, inc.. 
New York. 2676 

Plunger of peril. See Junior G men 
of the air. 

Quiz kids; no. 4. © Apr. 17, 1942; 
M 12411 : Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 2677 

Rainbow rhythms. © Apr. 29, 1942; 
L 11249 ; Universal pictures co., inc.. 
New York. 2678 

Rancho (El) grande. © Apr. 20, 1942; 
M 12463 : Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 2679 

Remarkable Andrew. © Jan. 16, 1942 ; 
L 11227 ; Paramount pictures, inc.. 
New York. 2680 

Rio Rita. © Mar. 24, 1942 ; L 11252 ; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 2681 

Rock River renegades. © Mar. 3, 1942 ; 
L 11218; Range busters, inc., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 



Rolling down the Great Divide. © Apr. 
8, 1942 : L 11299 : Producers releasing 
Corp., New York. 2688 

SOS coast guard. © Apr. 16, 1942 ; 
L 11264 : Republic pictures Corp., New 
York. 26S4 

Saboteur. © Apr. 29, 1942; L 11248; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 

2685 

Saps in chaps. © May 9, 1942 ; M 12451 : 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 2686 

Scourge of revenge. See Captain Mid- 
night, 

Secret agent of Japan. © Apr. 3, 1942 ; 
L 112o8 ; Twentieth century-Fox film 
Corp., New York. 2687 

Setting the pace. © Apr. 24, 1942; M 
12491: Twentieth century-Fox film 
Corp., New York. 2688 

Shells of evil. See Captain Midnight. 

Shepherd of the Ozarks. © Mar. 26, 
1942; L 11261; Republic pictures 
Corp., New York. 2689 

Ship ahoy: based on a story by ^i^att 
Brooks, Bradford Ropes & Bert Kal- 
mar. © Apr. 23, 1942; L 11271; 
Loew's, inc.. New York. 2690 

Sky terror. See Captain Midnight. 

Sleepytime gal : based on a story by 
Mauri Grashin & Robert T. Shannon. 
© Mar. 5. 1942: L 11234; Republic 
pictures corp.. New York. 2691 



Some of these days. © Apr. 6, 1942 ; M 
12404 : Soundies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 2692 

Somebody else is taking my place. © 
Apr. 6, 1942 : M 12405 ; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 2693 

Somebody nobody loves. © Apr. 6, 
1942 ; M 12407 ; Soundies distributing 
Corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 2694 

Someone's rocking my dreamboat. © 
Apr. 6, 1942 ; M 12400 ; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 2695 

Sometimes. © Apr. 13, 1942 : M 12423 ; 
Soundies distributing corp. of Amer- 
ica, inc., Chicago. 2696 

So's your Aunt Emma ; based on the 
original story, Aunt Emma paints the 
town, by Harry Hervey. © Apr. 17, 
1942 ; L 11272 : Monogram pictures 
Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 2697 

Spooks run wild. © Oct. 24, 1941; L 
11219; Monogram pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 2698 

Spy smasher; suggested by the char- 
acter Spy smasher. © Apr. 4, 1942 : 
L 11235 : Republic pictures corp., New 
York. 2699 

Stranger than fiction; nos. 105-107. © 
May 7, 1942; M 12445-12447; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc.. New York. 

2700-2702 

Streamlined donkey. © Mar. 14, 1941; 
L 11255 ; Screen gems, inc., Los An- 
geles. 2703 

String of pearls. © Apr. 13, 1942; M 
12418; Soundies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 2704 

Study in socks. © May 11, 1942; L 
11279: Columbia pictures corp., Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 2705 

Sunday punch ; based on an original 
story by Fay & Michael Kanin. © 
Apr! 17', 1942 : L 11270 ; Loew's, inc., 
New York. 2706 

Sundown Jim : based on the novel by 
Ernest Haycox. © Mar. 27, 1942; 
L 11242 : Twentieth century-Fox film 
Corp., New York. 2707 

Sunset on the desert. © Apr. 1, 1942; 
L 11237 : Republic pictures corp., New 
York. 2708 

Superman in The magnetic telescope. 
© Apr. 24, 1942 : L 11247 ; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 2709 



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Sweetheart of the fleet. © May 10, 
1942; L 11276; Columbia pictures 
Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 2710 

Tangerine. © Apr. 27, 1942 ; M 12478 ; 
Soundies distributing corp. of Amer- 
ica, inc., Chicago. 2711 

There ain't no such animal: © May 8, 
1942 ; M 12448 ; Warner bros. pictures, 
inc., New York. 2712 

To the shores of Tripoli. © Apr. 10, 
1942; L 11289; Twentieth century- 
Fox film Corp., New York. 2713 

Tortilla flat ; based on the book by John 
Steinbeck. © Apr. 23, 1942 ; L 11274 ; 
Loew's, inc.. New York. 2714 

True to the army ; based on a novel by 
Edward Hope & a play by Howard 
Lindsay. © Mar. 17, 1942 ; L 11300 ; 
Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. 

2715 

Tunnel of terror. See Junior G-men of 
the air. 

Tuttles of Tahiti ; adaptation by James 
Hilton, from the novel, No more gas, 
by Charles Nordhoff & James Nor- 
man Hall. © Mar. 16, 1942 ; L 11224 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 

2716 

Universal newsreel ; v. 15, nos. 67-72. 
© Mar. 17, 19, 24, 26, 31, Apr. 2, 1942 ; 
M 12409, 12410, 12468-12471; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 

2717-2722 

Vertical butt weld procedure. See 
Welding technique series. 

Victory in the air. © title, descr. & 
4 prints reed. May 16, 1942 ; M 12486 ; 
Curtiss-Wright Corp., New York. 

2723 



Vronsky and Babin. © Nov. 4, 1940, 
Aug. 12, 1941 ; M 12438, 12441 ; Artists' 
films, inc., Los Angeles. 2724, 2725 

Walls keep talking. © Apr. 13, 1942; 
M 12422 ; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 2726 

Water bugs. See Aqua antics. 

Welding technique series ; pt. 2, Vertical 
butt weld procedure. © Mar. 28, 
1942; M 12416; Clark A. Dunn, Still- 
water, Okl. 2727 

West Point on the Hudson. © Jan. 21, 
1942; M 12488; Loew's, inc.. New 
York. 2728 

Western mail. © Feb. 13, 1942; L 
11265 ; Monogram pictures corp., Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 272^ 

What to do. © May 4, 1942 ; M 12493 ; 
Soundies distributing corp. of Amer- 
ica, inc., Chicago. 2730 

Who is Hope Schuyler ; based on the 
novel by Stephen Ransome. © Apr. 
17, 1942 ; L 11241 ; Twentieth century- 
Fox film Corp., New York. 2731 

Why kick. © Apr. 1, 1942; M 12433; 
Atlantic refining co., Philadelphia. 

2732 

Wife takes a flyer. © Apr. 17, 1942 ; L 
11216; Columbia pictures corp., Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 2733 

Wings aflame. See Junior G men of 
the air. 

Wings of defense. © Apr. 10, 1942; 
M 12397 ; Twentieth century-Fox film 
Corp., New York. 2734 

Woman in the house. © Apr. 30, 1942 ; 
L 11313 ; Loew's, inc., New York. 2735 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 
1942 : 

Motion-picture photoplays 410 

Motion-pictures other than photoplays 575 

Total 985 



90 



TITLES OF MOTION PICTURES OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPY- 
RIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF 
MARCH 4. 1909 [2735 



Anna Karenina ; adapted from Count 
Tolstoi's book. © Twentieth centiiry- 
Fox film Corp.. New York. R 106564. 
Apr. 9, 1942. 1 

Country mouse ; by Hobart Bosworth. 
© Paramount pictures, inc.. New 
York. R 106618, Apr. 7, 1942. 2 

False colours : by Lois Weber. © Para- 
mount pictures, inc.. New York. R 
106619. Apr. 7, 1942. 3 

From the Valley of the Missing ; adapted 
from the novel by Grace Miller White. 
© Twentieth centurv-Fox film corp., 
New York. R 106566. Apr. 9. 1942. 4 

Ghost breaker : by James Montgomery & 
Cec-il B. DeMille. © Paramount pic- 
tures, inc.. New York. R 106620. Apr. 
7, 1942. 5 

Hypocrites ; by Lois Weber. © Para- 
mount pictures, inc.. New York. R 
106615, Apr. 7. 1942. 6 

Kreutzer sonata ; adapted from Jacob 
Gordiu's version. © Twentieth cen- 
tury-Fox film Corp., New York. R 
106567, Apr. 9, 1942. 7 

Like most wives : by Lois Weber. © 
Paramoinit pictures, inc.. New York. 
R 106612. Apr. 7. 1942. 8 



Little simset.: by Charles E. Van Loan. 
© Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. R 106617, Apr. 7, 1942. 9 

Odyssey of the Noj-th ; by Jack London. 
© Paramount pictures, inc.. New 
York. R 106609, Apr. 7, 1942. 10 

Only son ; from the play by Winchell 
Smith. © Paramoimt pictures, inc., 
New York. R 10660S. Apr. 7, 1942. 11 

Pursuit of the phantom ; by Hobart 
Bosworth. © Paramount pictures, 
inc.. New York. R 106613, Apr. 7. 
1942. 12 

Ready money : by James Montgomery & 
Cecil B. DeMille. © Paramount pic- 
tures, inc.. New York. R 106616. Apr. 
7. 1942. 13 

Traitor ; by Lois Weber. © Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. R 106611. 
Apr. 7, 1942. 14 

Virginian (The) : by Owen Wister. © 
Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. 
R 1C6610, Apr. 7. 1942. 15 

Where the trail divides ; by W. Lilli- 
bridge. © Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. R 106614, Apr. 7, 1942. 16 



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COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OP THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1801 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 
MOTION PICTURES 

INCLUDING 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1942 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 15 
No. 6 



UNITED STATES 

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WASHINGTON : 1942 



THE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, 
Group 3, issued monthly, contains titles of Dramatic compositions and 
Motion pictures. Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles of the 
entries made in Class "D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico-musical 
compositions, arranged alphabetically by title; Class "L," Motion-picture photo- 
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Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "<c)" implies copyright regis- 
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copyright of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copyright 
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A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been 
renewed under section 23 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue 
immediately following the drama list, and a list of motion pictures of which 
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for copyright registration, the Librarian of Congress shall deter- 
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CLASS D 
DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



Note. — If the claimant of copyright is the same as the author, no statement of 
authorship is given. 



Above the storm, (c) 1 c. June 15, 1942 ; 
D S0515; Edith Burnham, Boston. 

2736 

Abraham and salvation, (c) 1 c. May 
19, 1942 ; D 80385 ; Edward Lawrence 
Bernstein, New York. 2737 

Adamant Eve; by Francis Edwards, 
based on the French play by Victor 
Sardou, entitled Divorcons. © 1 c. 
June 20, 1942 ; D 80571 ; Bryden pro- 
ductions, inc.. New York. 2738 

Adventures of Professor Cosmo Jones; 
May 17, 1942, by Walter Gering. © 
1 c. June 22, 1942 ; D 80598 ; Harry 
Wurtzel agency, Los Angeles. 2739 

After this war is over. © 1 c. May 26, 
1942; D 80432; Estelle Chandler & 
Mabel Tanner, Morgantown, W. Va. 

2740 

Against the storm; episode no. 668, by 
Sandra Michael. © 1 c. June 5, 1942 : 
D 80439; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 2741 

Alias the Axis. See Green Hornet. 

Alibis. See Ned Jordan, the federal ace. 

Ambush at Bright Rainbow. See Lone 
Ranger. 

America chose him ; based on the life of 
Franklin Delano Roosevelt. © 1 c. 
June 9, 1942 ; D 80464 ; Carl William 
Lesch, Staten Island, N. Y. 2742 

Among ourselves. © 1 c. May 16, 1942 ; 
D 80376; Sebastian D. Gaspers, Chi- 
cago. 2743 

Amos and Andy; chapters nos. 2751- 
3218. Jan. 3-Dec. 30, 1938, Jan. 2-Oct. 
18, 1939. © 1 c. each June 22. 1942 ; 
D 80609-81076; Charles J. Correll & 
Fi-eeman F. Gosden, Beverlv Hills. 
Calif. 2744-3211 

Andrew Prescott. © 1 c. June 19, 1942 ; 
D 80578 ; David H. Rodrigues, Brook- 
lyn. 3212 

Angelica ; by Leo Ferrero, translated by 
M. A. Vaccariello. © 1 c. June 25, 
1942 ; D 81084 ; Michele A. Vaccariello, 
WiUiamstown, Mass. 3213 



Angels in Hades. © 1 c. May 29, 1942 ; 
D 80470 ; Edwin Augustus Peeples, jr., 
Atlanta. 3214 

Angels of mercy; by George S. Kauf- 
mann. © May 28, 1942; D 80371; 
Penn play co., Philadelphia. 3215 

Appalachian TraH. © 1 c. May 21, 1942 ; 
D 80373; John Roeburt, New York. 

8216 

Appointment with disaster. See Green 
Hornet. 

Are you ready for an air raid ; by Ma- 
tilda Clement. © June 3, 1942; D 
S0471: Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 

3217 

Armageddon. © 1 c. June 1, 1942; D 
80378 ; Rudolph Roderick, Fall River, 
Mass. 3218 

Army that doesn't wear a uniform; by 
Dorothy M. Johnson. © May 11, 
1942: D 80351; Gregg pub. co., New 
York. 3219 

At the Villa Marguerite ; or. The gross 
receipts. © 1 c. June 19, 1942; D 
80574; Lawrence Rising, Pine Plains, 
N. Y. 3220 

Badlands for badmen. See Lone Ranger. 

Barbara Allen. © 1 c. June 20, 1942; 
D 80592 : Howard Dixon Richardson, , 
Iowa City, la. 3221 

Bartons : episode no. 146. by Harlan 
Ware. © 1 c. June 5, 1942 : D 80442 ; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

3222 

Basket meeting. See Death Valley days. 

Beauty for keeps ; by Charles Cromer. 
© 1 c. June 10, 1942 ; D 80483 ; Wild- 
ing picture sales corp., Detroit. 3223 

Bertie Flumkin wins the war. © 1 c. 
June 15. 1942 ; D 80516 ; Schima Kauf- 
man, Philadelphia. 3224 

Billings and the bird. © 1 c. June 13, 
1942 ; D 80503 ; Stephen Buck Cassin, 
New York. 3225 



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3226 



pt. I, n. s., V. 15 



Blind date in a black-out; libretto, 
words & music by Florence Wickham 
[pseud, of F. W. Lueder] © 1 c. 
May 29, 1942; D 76145; Florence 
Wickham Lueder, New York. 3226 

Blow all ballast; inspired by the book 
of the same name by Nat A. Barrows. 
© 1 c. May 25, 1942 ; D 80486; Torrey 
Benjamin Stearns, New York. 3227 

Border to border. See Ned Jordan — 
secret agent. 

Boys come marching home. © 1 c. 
May 29, 1942 ; D 80386 ; Juan D'Orsay, 

New York. 3228 

Brass ring. © 1 c. June 17, 1942; D 
80536; Charles N. Zimmerman, New 
York. 3229 

Business connections. © 1 c. June 11, 
1942; D 80493; Louis A. Chancis, 
New York. 3230 

Carbon copy; by M. A. Alexander & 
P. K. Counselor. © 1 c. June 13, 
1942; D 80504; Delia Atlas & Pearl 
W. Kinzler, Brooklyn. 3231 

Casa Del Ritz. © 1 c. May 28, 1942; 
D 80475; Lewis Nemerson, Brook- 
lyn & Martin Willsted, New York. 

3232 

Case of Buck Wallace. See Gang 
busters. 

Case of Carl Campbell. See Gang 
busters. 

Case of charting freighters. See Coun- 
terspy. 

Case of Eddie Adams. See Gang 
busters. 

Case of George Slade. See Gang 
busters. 

Cavalcade of America ; Apr. 27, 1942, 
This side of Hades, by Robert Tall- 
man. © 1 c. June 2, 1942 ; D 80406 ; 
Carl Carmer, New York. 3233 

Challenge of the Yukon; by Thomas 
Dougall. © Challenge of the Yukon, 
inc., Detroit. 3234-3240 

No. 228, The trail of twenty years. 

© 1 c. May 13, 1942; D 80353. 
No. 229, The king of Rapids City. 

© 1 c. May 13, 1942 ; D 80354. 
No. 230, The lynch mob. © 1 c. May 

13, 1942; D 80355. 
No. 232A, Diphtheria. © 1 c. June 

17, 1942; D 80545. 
No. 233, Rock slide. © 1 c. June 17, 

1942; D 80544. 



No. 234, Soapy' Jones. © 1 c. June 

17, 1942 ; D 80543. 
No. 235, The cheechako. © 1 c. June 

17, 1942 ; D 80542. 

Cheechako. See Challenge of the Yu- 
kon. 

Chicago, Germany. © 1 c. June 9, 1942 ; 
D 80462 ; Arch Oboler, Cornell, Calif. 

3241 

Chimes of the Kremlin ; translated from 
the Russian of Nikolai Pogodin, by 
J. J. Robbins. © 1 c. June 10, 1942 ; 
D 80484; John Jacob Robbins, Chat- 
ham, N. J. 3242 

Chinese never forget. See Death Val- 
ley days. 

Christmas carol ; by Wells Hively, based 
upon A Christmas carol by Charles 
Dickens. © Apr. 14, 1942; D 80872; 
Natl, broadcasting co., inc.. New 
York. 3243 

Cinderella. See Let's play stage. 

Cinderella goes to town; based on a 
story by Sheldon Davis. © 1 c. June 
2, 1942; D 80389; Milton Herbert 
Gropper, New York. 3244 

Clouds across the moon. See Lone 
Ranger. 

Collect on delivery. © 1 c. May 29, 
1942 ; D 80370 ; Alladine Bell, Logan, 
Utah. 3245 

Column five. © 1 c. June 15, 1942; 
D 80511; John . Louis Knowles, 
Grimby, England. 3246 

Come into my parlour. © 1 c. June 5, 
1942; D 80429; Roland Pertwee, 
Bucks, England. 3247 

Complete plays and poems of William 
Shakespeare ; new text ed. with intro. 
& notes by William Allan Neilson & 
Charles Jarvis Hill. © May 22, 
1942 ; A 164631 ; Houghton Mifflin co., 
Boston. 3248 

Convention of vegetables. © May 26, 
1942 ; D 80472 ; Elizabeth Tyree Met- 
calfe, Bedford Hills, N. Y. 3249 

Count me in. © 1 c. June 3, 1942; D 
80411; Leo Brady & Walter Kerr, 
Washington. 3250 

Counterspy; by Phillips H. Lord, © 
Lord, inc., New York. 3251-3254 

Program no. 3, Case of charting 

freighters. © 1 c. May 29, 1942; 

D 80367. 
Program no. 4. © 1 c. June 5, 1942 ; 

D 80413. 



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3288 



Program no. 5. 

D S04S8. 
Program no. 6. 

D S0532. 



© 1 c. June 11, 1942 
© 1 c. June 17. 1942 



Creation (Thei © 1 c. Mar 19. 1942 
D S.ioSS: Edward Lawrence Bern- 
stein, New York. 3255 

Crime doctor : nos. 95~9S. (c) 1 c. June 
3. 4. 11, 19, 1942 ; D 80410. 80414. 505S4. 
80572 : Max Marcin. New York. 

3250-3259 

Cuckoo (The) (c) 1 c. May 27. 1942: 
D ^0474: Marion McMahon Murdock. 
Charleston, S. C. 3260 

Daffy auctioneer and his crazy auction : 
an adaptation of the same title, by 
Lionel Kaye [pseud, of H. G. Bratton] 
(c) 1 c. June 12. 1942 : D S0490 ; Harry 
George Bratton, New York. 3261 

Date at the library. © Lyman Crom- 
well White, Chicago. 3262-3264 
No. 1. Exit laughins. bv Iryin S. Cobb. 

© 1 c. June 6, 1942 ; D 80422. 
No. 4, Storm, bv George R. Stewart. 

© 1 c. June 6, 1942; D 80424. 
No. 5. Seventeen, bv Booth Tarking- 

ton. © 1 c. June 6. 1942 : D 80423. 

Dead man walks. See First nighter. 

Death Valley days; by McCann-Erick- 
son. inc. © Pacific coast borax co.. 
New York. 3265-3267 

June 4. 1942. The Chinese never for- 
get. © 1 c. June 9. 1942 : D 80479. 
June 11. 1942. Dr. Thorne"s lost mine. 

© 1 c. June 9. 1942 ; D 80476. 
June 25, 1942. Basket meeting. © 
1 c. June 19. 1942 : D 80587. 

Deluge. © 1 c. May 19. 1942 ; D 80384 : 
Edward Lawrence Bernstein. New 
York. 3268 

Design for di'eams : bv Macklym Hartyl. ' 
© 1 c. June 2. 1942 ; D 80398 : Thomas \ 
E. H. Black. Detroit. 3269 | 

Deutsche (Die) Bartholomaeusnacht : | 
von George Pilgrim [pseud, of Max ' 
Zweig] © 1 c. June 3. 1942 : D 80402 : ' 
Max Pfeffer. New York. 3270 i 



Episode no. 185. Freedom, inc. © 

1 c. June 9. 1942 : D 80477. 
Episode no. 186. The Dr. Christian 

award. © 1 c. June 19, 1942 : D 

80586. 
Episode no. 187. Home is the sou. © 

1 c. June 19. 1942: D 80588. 

Dr. Christian award. See Dr. Christian. 

Dr. Thome's lost mine. See Death Val- 
ley days. 

Dollars and sense : text by Helen Scho- 
eui. Dexter Masters. Susan Jenkins 
[and others], music by Vivian Fine & 
Margaret Bonds. © 1 c. May 16. 1942 : 
D 76143 : Henry street settlement. 
New York. 3275 

Doodle Dandy of the T. S. A. g 1 c. 
June 19. 1942: D S0577 : Saul Lan- 
court, New York. 3276 

Double exposure. © 1 c. June 4. 1942; 
D 80408: Ernestine Dean Beebe. 
Cleveland. 3277 

Dramatizations to demonstrate office 
psychology. © May 25. 1942 : D 
80453 : Winfield Sanborn Brown. Con- 
cord. N. H. 3278 

Dust on my heart. © 1 c. June IS. 1942 ; 
D 80568': George Herbert Sharp, How- 
ard, Kan. 3279 

Easter morning. © 1 c. Jime 12. 1942 ; 
D S0489: Daniel Kusell. Larchmont. 
N. Y. 3280 

Edgar Bergen — Charlie McCarthy. © 
Edgar John Bergen. Beverly Hills, 
CaUf. 3281-3284 

Mav 10, 17. 24. 1942. © 1 c. each 

June 1. 1942 : D S0392. 80541, 80393. 

June 7. 1942. c; 1 c. June 15, 1^42; 

D 80517. 

Education in hate : or. Young men in 

goose-step. © 1 c. June 11. 1942 : D 

804S7 : Louise Lichtman. New Haven. 

3285 

1942: D 

Grimsby. 

3286 



June 15 
Kuowle> 



See Stars over Holly- 



Dinner for two. 
wood. 

Diptheria. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Discovery of Omega. .See Latitude zero. 

Divorcons. See Adamant Eve. 

Dr. Christian. © McCann-Erickson. 
inc.. New York. 3271-3274 

Episode no. 184. Horse shoe nail. © 
1 c. June 9. 1942 : D S0478. 



Elizabeth. ^ 1 c. 
80510 : John L(:.ui^ 
England. 

En scene : n-ois comedies avec musique. 
compilee par Svlvie Bostsarron Brodin 
et Marcel Vigneras. © May 22, 1942 ; 
A 164620: Dryden press, inc.. New 
York. 3287 

Exit laughing. See Date at the library. 

Field Marshal Kutuzov ; translated into 
English blank verse from the Russian 
of Vladimir Solovyov. by J. J. Rol> 
bins. © 1 c. May 27. 1942 : D 803.50 : 
John Jacob Bobbins. Chatham. N. J. 

3288 



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3289 



pt. I, n. s., V. 15 



First nighter. © Campana sales co., 
Batavia, 111. 3289, 3290 

May 22, 1942, The dead man walks, 
by Anthony Wayne. © 1 c. May 29, 
1942; D 80365. 

May 29, 1942, Sweet sixteen, by Ken- 
neth Higgins. © 1 e. June 6, 1942 ; 
D 80420. 

First stop, Covington. © 1 c. May 28, 
1942 ; D 80468 ; Clare Adams Freder- 
ick, Denton, Tex. 8291 

Fledermaus (Die) (The bat) ;byJohann 
Strauss, new English version by B. 
Gebert. [Text only] © 1 c. May 29, 
1942 ; D 80366 ; Ernst Gebert, Chicago. 

8292 

Fleming fixes it. See Stars over Holly- 
wood. 

Floogle street. © 1 c. June 6, 1942; 
D 80434 ; Joey Faye, New York. 3293 

Flyer for two. See Stars over Holly- 
wood. 

Freedom. See Dr. Christian. 

Gang busters. © Phillips H. Lord, New 
York. 3294-3297 

Program no. 265, Case of Eddie Adams. 

© 1 c. June 2, 1942 ; D 80391. 
Program no. 266, Case of Carl Camp- 
bell. © 1 c. June 10, 1942 ; D 80463. 
Program no. 267, Case of Buck Wal- 
lace. © 1 c. June 22, 1942 ; D 80599. 
Program no. 268, Case of George Slade. 
© 1 c. June 22, 1942 ; D 806OO. 

Ginsburg is on the air. © 1 c. June 16, 
1942; D 80531; Sam Tauber, New 
York. 8298 

Girl at the helm. © 1 c. June 12, 1942 ; 
D 80500; Frank Thorpe Vreeland, 
Westport, Conn. 3299 

Goodbye little dolly; by J. B. Gray 
[pseud, of K. Parsons] © 1 c. May 
30, 1942 ; D 80382 ; Kate Parsons, New 
York. 8300 

Goosestep. © 1 c. May 21, 1942; D 
80405; Emelie E. Maurer, Saratoga, 
N. Y. 3301 

Green Hornet; by Fran Striker. © 
Gieen Hornet, inc., Detroit. 

3302^3309 
No. 554, Washington underground. 

© 1 c. May 13, 1942 ; D 80359. 
No. 555, The turban fits the traitor. 

© 1 c. May 13, 1942 ; D 80360. 
No. 556, Murder in Washington. © 
1 c. May 13, 1942 ; D 80361. 



No. 557, Invasion plans for victory. 

© 1 c. June 17, 1942 ; D 80548. 
No. 558, A slip of the lip. © 1 c. June 

17, 1942; D 80547. 
No. 559, Passport to peril. © 1 c. 

June 17, 1942; D 80546. 

No. 560, Alias the Axis. © 1 c. June 
17, 1942 ; D 80550. 

No. 561, Appointment with disaster. 
© 1 c. June 17, 1942; D 80549. 

Gross receipts. See At the Villa Marr 
guerite. 

Guinea pigs. © 1 c. June 4, 1942; D 
80415; Paul Houston Owen, Long 
Beach, Calif. 3810 

Happy medium. © 1 c. June 9, 1942; 
D 80466; Martyn Whiteman & Rog- 
ers Brackett, Hollywood, Calif. 3311 

Harvard vs. Yale. © 1 c. June 2, 1942 ; 
D 80397; Ruth B. Young, Post, Tex. 

3312 

Hattie Beecher. © 1 c. May 30, 1942 ; 
D 80380 ; Guy Bolton, New York. 3813 

He wears a pair of silver wings ; by 
William Tracey. © 1 c. June 6, 
1942 ; D 80451 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & 
CO., inc., New York. 3814 

Head over heart. © 1 c. June 3, 1942; 
D 80416; John Beane, Columbus, O. 
& Philip Dunning, New York. 3315 

Here comes the bride. See Maudie's 
diary. 

Hi-ho Havana ; by O. R. Cohen. © 1 c. 
June 2;, 1942 ; D 76146 ; Octavus Roy 
Cohen, New York. 3316 

Home is the son. See Dr. Christian. 

Horse shoe nail. See Dr. Christian. 

Hot dogs and lemonade. © 1 c. June 
17, 1942; D 80530; Gratia Rousseau 
Labbe, New York. 8817 

House of Reynolds. © 1 c. June 22, 
1942 ; D 80604 ; Victor Wittgenstein & 
Daniel C. Blum, New York. 3318 

Human slump. © 1 c. May 29, 1942; 
D 80868; Estelle H. Fearing, Oak 
Park, 111. . 3319 

Illinois at war ; by James P. Prindle, 3d. 
© 1 c. June 8, 1942 ; D 80447 ; Wild- 
ing picture sales corp., Detroit. 3820 

Inspector-general ; or, Revizor by Nik- 
olai V. Gogol, translated & adapted by 
H. Silbert. © 1 c. June 8, 1942; D 
80456; Harry Silbert, Los Angeles. 

8321 



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3356 



rnvasion plans for A'ictory. See Green 
Hornet. 

Just we two ; May 16, 1942, by Georgia 
Backus. © 1 c. June 22, 1942; D 
80597 ; Harry Wurtzel agency, Los 
Angeles. 3322 

Keep 'em rolling. See Ned Jordan, the 
federal ace. 

Keep 'em rolling to keep 'em flying; 
by W. A. Shilling & F. B. Mahon. © 
1 c. May 23, 1942 ; D 80433 ; Brobuck, 
inc., Detroit. 3323 

Keeping well ; by Huntington Williams. 
© Huntington Williams, Commis- 
sioner of health, Baltimore. 

3324, 3325 
V. 3, Jan. 6- June 29, 1940. © Mar. 

1, 1942 ; D 80593. 
V. 4, July 6-Dec. 28, 1940. © Mar. 1, 
1942 ; D 80594. 

Kidnapped. See Lone Ranger. 

King of Rapids City. See Challenge 
of the Yukon. 

Latitude zero; episode 1, Discovery of 
Omega. © 1 c. May 25, 1942; D 
80582; Ted Elton Sherdeman, Los 
Angeles. 3326 

Let's play stage; first of a series, 
Cinderella. © June 3, 1942 ; D 80520 ; 
Agnes Kessler Kahn, Chicago. 3327 

Life can be beautiful; episode no. 973, 
by Carl Bixby & Don Becker. © 1 c. 
June 5, 1942; D 80444; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 3328 

Light of liberty. © 1 c. June 19, 1942 ; 
D 80573 ; Ellen Mi Butler, New York. 

3329 

Light times for dark times ; or, The 
victory night club. © 1 c. May 29, 
1942; D 80369; Estelle H. Fearing, 
Oak Park, 111. 3330 

Little Jack Horner ; by John Hershey 
[pseud, of James Reach] © May 28, 
1942; D 80395; Samuel French, New 
York. 3331 

Lone journey; continuity no. 518, by 
Peter Michael & Sandra Michael. © 
1 c. June 5, 1942; D 80440; Procter 
& Gamble co., Cincinnati. 3332 

Lone Ranger ; by Fran Striker. © Lone 
Ranger, inc., Detroit. 3333-3344 

No. 1463-676A, Lumber for the rail- 
road: © 1 c. June 17, 1942; D 

80554. 

No. 1464-677, The wrong redskin. © 
1 c. June 17, 1942; D 80555. 



No. 1465-678, Outlaws in war paint, 

© 1 c. June 17, 1942 ; D 80556. 
No. 1466-679, Race to Dry Creek. © 

1 c. June 17, 1942 ; D 80557. 
No. 1467-680, Ambush at Bright 

Rainbow. © 1 c. June 17, 1942; 

D 80558. 
No. 1468-681, Mortgages paid off. © 

1 c. June 17, 1942 ; D 80559. 
No. 1469-682, Badlands for badmen. 

© 1 c. June 17, 1942 ; D 80560. 
No. 1470-683, Clouds across the moon. 

© 1 c. June 17, 1942; D 80561. 
No. 1471-684, Quicksand for a gam- 
bler. © 1 c. June 17, 1942; D 

80562. 
No. 1472-685, Trouble at the Canyon. 

© 1 c. June 17, 1942 ; D 80563. 

No. 1473-686, Kidnapped. © 1 c. 
June 17, 1942 ; D 80564. 

No. 1474-687, Surprise at sunrise. © 
1 c. June 17, 1942 ; D 80565. 

Lonely is my garden. © 1 c. June 3^ 
1942 ; D 80403 ; Severino Medina Mon- 
tano. New Haven. 3345 

Love in the smalls ; or, Soubrette and 
soprano. © 1 c. June 1, 1942 ; D 
80390 ; Thomas Louden, West Los An- 
geles, Calif. 3346 

Lumber for the railroad. See Lone 
Ranger. 

Lynch mob. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. 

Madame Kling's; by L. Buelow, based 
on an idea by R. L. Fisk & H. M. 
Zywiecka. © 1 c. June 11, 1942; D 
80492; Leola Buelow, Ruth L. Fisk & 
Helen M. Zywiecka, New York. 3347 

Man over backwards. © 1 c. June 20, 
1942 ; D 80581 ; Albert Carriere, New 
Hartford, Conn. 3348 

March of time. May 29, June 5, 1942. © 
1 c. May 30, June 6, 1942; D 80381, 
80436; Time, inc.. New York. 

3349, 3350 

Marion James' mistake. © 1 c. June 19, 
1942 ; D 80567 ; W. Max Davis, Atlan- 
tic City. 3351 

Maudie's diary; by Albert G. Miller, 
© Stellar radio enterprises, inc., New 
York. 3352-3356 

Script no. 38, The sweetheart of Pri- 
vate Brown. © 1 c. June 16, 1942 ; 
D 80524. 
Script no. 39, Mothers are monumen- 
tal. © 1 c. June 16, 1942 ; D 80525. 



469214—42- 



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3357 



pt. I, n. s., V. 15 



Script no. 41, Practically Juliet. © 
1 c. June 16, 1942 ; D 80526. 

Script no. 42, A song for Uncle Sam. 
© 1 c. June 16, 1942 ; D 80527. 

Script no. 43, Here comes the bride. 
© 1 c. June 16, 1942; D 80528. 

Maxwell House coffee time ; by Benton 
& Bowles, inc. © General foods corp., 
New York. 3357-3360 

Apr. 30, 1942. © 1 c. May 26, 1942 ; 

D 80364. 
May 14, 1942. © 1 c. May 26, 1942 ; D 

80363. 

May 21, 28, 1942. © 1 c. each June 
12, 1942; D 80514, 80513. 

Mayor Blump and Marie ; episode no. 1. 
© 1 c. June 6, 1942 ; D 80469 ; Cecile 
Vallat Norton, St. Louis. 3361 

Me and my shadow ; by J. Vincent Bar- 
rett. © June 8, 1942 ; D 80533 ; Ed- 
ward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la. 

3362 

Memories of Stephen Foster ; or, Miss 
Jeanie. © 1 c. June 11, 1942; D 
80485 ; Virginia Anne Balinger, Grosse 
Pointe, Mich. 3363 

Merry wives of Windsor ; by Otto Nicolai, 
new English version by E. Gebert. © 
1 c. June 10, 1942; D 80482; Ernst 
Gebert, Chicago. 3364 

Miss Jeanie. See Memories of Stephen 
Foster. 

Mr. Cupid, American ambassador ; book 
& lyrics by E. Leoni. © 1 c. June 12, 
1942 ; D 80583 ; Eva Leoni, New York. 

3365 

Mistress Mary ; by Lynn Dockstader. 
© 1 c. June 11, 1942 ; D 80502 ; Evelyn 
M. Dockstader, St. Paul. 3366 

Mortgages paid off. See Lone Ranger. 

Mother Goose is queen of the May; 
words from Mother Goose & by E. M. 
Horan, music by E. M. Horan & Kath- 
erine Yerxa. © 1 c. May 26, 1942; 
D 76141 ; Ethel M. Horan, Buffalo. 

3367 

Mother had a daughter. © 1 c. June 
8, 1942 ; D 80450 ; Milton Bogen, New 
York. 3368 

Mothers are monumental. See Maudie's 
dairy. 

Murder in Washington, See Green 
Hornet. 

Murder, inc. © 1 c. June 2, 1942; D 
80401 ; Jessie L. Marvin, New York. 

3369 



Mutiny in the nursery. © 1 c. June 12, 
1942 ; D 80497 ; Judith Guthrie, Lon- 
don. 3370 
My brother is a hero. © 1 c. June 12, 
1942; D 80494; John Farrar, Scar- 
borough-on-Hudson, N. Y. 3371 
Ned Jordan — secret agent ; by Fran 
Striker. © Federal ace, inc., De- 
troit. 3372-3374 
No. 179, Search for sabotage. © 1 c. 

May 13, 1942 ; D 80356. 
No. 180. Sound trails the spy. © 

1 c. May 13, 1942 ; D 80357. 
No. 181, Border to border. © 1 c. 
May 13, 1942 ; D 80358. 
Ned Jordan, the federal ace; by Fran 
Striker. © Federal ace, inc., Detroit. 

3375-3377 
No. 183, Shadow on the rock. © 1 c. 

June 17, 1942 ; D 80552. 
No. 184, Alibis. © 1 c. June 17, 1942 ; 

D 80553. 

No. 185, Keep 'em rolling. © 1 c. 

June 17, 1942 ; D 80551. 

Neighbors by appointment; by Robert 

St.- Clair. © June 4, 1942; D 80534: 

Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la. 

3378 

New world. © 1 c. June 6, 1942; D 

80449 ; Disidor H. Lewis, Los Angeles. 

3379 

Next thousand years. © 1 c. June 16, 

1942 ; D 80522 ; Daniel N. Rubin, New 

York. 3380 

Nitwit's marriage. © 1 c. June 18, 1942 ; 

D 80538 ; Erna Wedeman, New York. 

3381 
No secret stair. © 1 c. May 27, 1942; 
D 80431 ; Helen Nicholson, London. 

3382 
No woman can ; by Aras Kira. © 1 c. 
June 22, 1942; D 80601; Sara Hal- 
pern, Jersey City. 3383 
O'Feared ; by Carlton Guy [pseud, of 
G. C. Mercer] © 1 c. June 2, 1942 ; 
D 80458; Guy Carlton Mercer, River 
Forest, 111. 3384 
Ole' Sunny and Devil Blazes. © 1 c. 
June 11, 1942 ; D 80491 ; Zene B. Cut- 
ler, Chicago. 3385 
One of these. © 1 c. June 22, 1942; 
D 80803; William Wallace Munro, 
New York. 3386 
Only way out. © 1 c. June 2, 1942 ; D 
fcO40O; Jessie L. Marvin, New York. 

3387 

Open door; by William Kozlenko. © 
June 10, 1942; D 80508; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 3388 



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no. 6. 1941 



3419 



Our of this world. © 1 c. June 4, 1^2 : 
D 80419 : John S. Rodell. New York. 

3389 

Outlaws in war paint. See Lone 
Ranger. 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins ; continuity 
no. 2315 E. T., bv Orin Tovrov. © 
1 c. June 5, 1942 : D S0445 : Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 3390 

Passport to peril. See Green Hornet. 

Peacock throne ; based upon a mystery 
story, text & libretto by Frank R. 
White, music bv A. D. MiUiken. © 
1 c. May 19. 1942: D 76142: Alma 
D- dworth Millikeu. Harrison. X. Y. 

8391 

Pepsodent company broadcast. © Lord 
& Thomas, inc.. Los Angeles. 

3392-3394 

Mar 5. 12. 1942. © 1 c. each June 1. 
1942 : D 80387. 80388. 



Mav 19. 1942. © 1 c. June 20. 1942 : 
D 80590. 

Periscoi)e. © 1 c. June 5. 1942 : D 
80425 : Howard James Howard. New 
York. 3395 

Personality and your job : bv Alice C. 
Green. © May 27. 1942: 'd 80404: 
Gregg pub. co., New York. 3396 

Pirate (The) © 1 c. June 22. 1942: 
D 80605 : S. N. Behrman. New York. 

3397 

Pop goes the weasel. © 1 c. June 15. 
1942: D 80512: John Louis Knowles. 
Grimsby. England. 3398 

Potato patch. © 1 c. June 22. 1942 : D 
80602 : Michael Leon Lucvk. Pompton 
Lakes. N. J. 3399 

Practically Juliet. See Maudie's diary. 

Prelude to dawn : by Jay Ingram. © 1 
c. June 19, 1042: D 80591: Joseph 
Ingerlieb, Beverly Hills. Calif. 3400 

Previous engagement : bv Rowland [i. e. 
C. R.] Posey. © 1 c' June 20. 1942; 
D 80579 : Charles Rowland Posey, Bal- 
timore. 3401 

Pride of Norway. © 1 c. June 17. 1942 : 
D 80537 : Leo Nejelski. Montclair. N. J. 

3402 

Private Dilboy : bv Dean Alexander 
[pseud, of C. A. H. Mallis] © 1 c. 
June 6. 1942 : D 80448 ; Constantine ; 
Alexander Hagi Mallis. Berlin. N. H. I 

3403 

Quicksand for a gambler. See Lone 
Ranger. 



Rabbit catch : by Florence Hepburn 
[pseud, of F. F. Heilpern] © 1 c. 
May 11. 1942: D 80377: Florence F. 
Heili^ern. White Plains. N. Y. 3404 

Race to Dry Creek. See Lone Ranger. 

Race without a country. © 1 c. June 4, 
1942; D 80409: Merrian Jolean Reed. 
Hart, Mich. 3405 

Rainbow. © 1 c. June 6, 1942 ; D 80428 ; 
Nathan Charles Eisenmann, New 
York. 3406 

Rennie. © 1 c. June 8, 1942 ; D 80461 ; 
Pauline Sarris, Linton, Ind. 3407 

Respite from romance. © 1 c. June 16, 
1942 : D S0523 : Gordon Cumming. New 
York. 3408 

Rest of vour life. © 1 c. June 10. 1942 ; 
■ D 80480 : Allen McGinnis. Tulsa, Okl. 

3409 

Return engagement ; by Lawrence Riley. 
© June 12. 1942 : D 80509 ; Walter H. 
Baker co.. Boston. 3410 

Revizor. See Inspector-general. 

Right to happiness : episode no. 614. by 
Irna Phillips. © 1 c. June 5. 1942; 
D 80443 ; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 3411 

Road of life: episode no. 1216, by Irna 
Phillips. © 1 c. June 5, 1942: D 
80438: Procter & Gamble co., Cincin- 
nati. 3412 

Rock slide. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Rose of liberty. © 1 c. May 27. 1942 ; 
D 80374: John S. Brown, jr., Brook- 
lyn. 3413 

Royal flush. © 1 c. May 18. 1942: D 
S034S: George Jack Landis. Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3414 

Ruby gets Jack. © 1 c. June 5, 1942 ; 
D 80518 : Jerome CoUamore, Woodside. 
L. I.. N. Y. 3415 

Sack-'em-up. © 1 c. June 9, 1942; D 
S0465; Bernard Paul Wiesen. Brook- 
lyn. 3416 

Sadie socks the saboteurs : by Charles 
George. © June 10. 1942; D 80507: 
Walter H. Baker co.. Boston. 3417 

Saloon bar. © Jan. 14. 1942 ; D 80459 ; 
Frank Harvey, London. 3418 

Scrapes of Scrappy : program no. 114, 
by Kenneth Carlson. © 1 c. June 12, 
1942 : D 80498 : Midland broadcasting 
CO., Kansas City. Mo. 3419 

Search for sabotage. See Ned Jordan — 
secret agent. 



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3420 



pt. I, n. s.,.v. 15 



Second wind. © 1 c. June 22, 1942; 
D 80595 ; Milton N. Lomask & Wliit- 
ford Kane, New Yorl?:. 3420 

Seven years hence. © 1 c. June 20, 
1942; D 80580; Jeanette Elizabeth 
Green, Washington. 3421 

Seventeen. See Date at the library. 

Shadow on the rock. See Ned Jordan, 
the federal ace. 

Sharp Tooth the wolf. © 1 c. June 5, 
1942; D 80412 ; Elsie Hazeltine Griffin, 
Houston. 3422 

Show your colors ; or. Spirit of 158, by 
A. Wilson, musical score by Mort 
Jacobs. [Text only] © 1 c. May 23, 
1942; D 80467; Alan Wilson, New 
York. 3423 

Slip of the lip. See Green Hornet. 

So black the sheep. © 1 c. June 5, 1942 ; 
D 80430; Rudolf Kafka, Oberlin, O. 

3424 

Soapy' Jones. See Challenge of the 
Yukon. 

Song for Uncle Sam. See Maudie's 
diary. 

Soubrette and soprano. See Love in the 
smalls. 

Sound trails the spy. See Ned Jordan — 
secret agent. 

Spirit of 158. See Show your colors. 

Spring song. © 1 c. June 17, 1942; D 
80539; Jack R. Kinnard, Harrisburg, 
Pa. 3425 

Star bound. © 1 c. June 8, 1942; D 
80455 ; John H. Booth, Jamaica Plain, 
Mass. 3426 

Stars are dinning. © 1 c. June 8, 1942 ; 
D 80496 ; Bayard Boyesen, Winchester, 
N. H. 3427 

Stars over Hollywood. © Bowey's, inc., 
Chicago. 3428-3431 

May 23, 1942, Dinner for two, by Vir- 
ginia Rooks. © 1 c. June 1, 1942; 

D 80519. 
May 30, 1942, A flyer for two, by 

Hector Chevigny. © 1 c. June 6, 

1942 ; D 80473. 
June 6, 1942, Till death do us part, 

by Roger Q. Denny. © 1 c. June 

19, 1942; D 80566. 
June 13, 1942, Fleming fixes it, by 

Barbara Barry. © 1 c. June 19, 

1942; D 80575. 

Storm. See Date at the library. 



Story of Judith; adapted from the 
Bible. © 1 c. June 6, 1942 ; D 80435 ; 
Nancy Mars Freedman, Topanga, 
Calif. 3432 

Sub-sea level; by Fifi Garbat & Carol 
Warner [pseud, of C. W. Gluck] © 
1 c. June 3, 1942; D 80521; Carol 
Warner Gluck, New York. 3433 

Sunrise city. © 1 c. May 30, 1942; 
D 80379 ; Jacob Rott, New York. 3434 

Surprise at sunrise. See Lone Ranger. 

Svatba v Tihi Dolini (The wedding in 
the Peaceful Valley) ; text, music & 
arrangement by V. Lisjak, lyrics by 
Frank Kerze. © 1 c. May 21, 1942; 
D 76147; Victor Lisjak, Pittsburgh. 

3435 

Sweet Eloise; by William Tracey. © 
1 c. June 5, 1942; D 80452; Shapiro, 
Bernstein & co,, inc.. New York. 3436 

Sweet sixteen. See First nighter. 

Sweetheart of Private Brown. See 
Maudie's diary. 

Swing-shift marriage ; by Walter Ger- 
ing. © 1 c. June 22. 1942 ; D 80596 ; 
Harrv Wurtzel agencv, Los Angeles. 

3437 

Tails you lose. © 1 c. June 12, 1942; 
D 80501 ; Ralph Rose, jr., Los Angeles. 

3438 

Texaco star theatre ; May 24, 31, June 
7, 14, 1942. © 1 c. May 27, June 5, 10, 
18, 1942 ; D 80349, 80427, 80481, 80529; 
Batchelor enterprises, inc., New York. 

3439-3442 

This is our heaven; by K. Proodian, 
translated by Joseph Stamboolian. © 
1 c. May 12, 1942 ; D 80407 ; Karekin 
Proodian, West New York, N. J. 3443 

This side of Hades. See Cavalcade of 
America. 

Through the pall. © 1 c. June 6, 1942 ; 
D 80426; Gerolt Gibson, St. Louis. 

3444 

Till death do us part. See Stars over 
Hollywood. 

To the young a vision ; by Rufus Learsi 
[pseud, of Israel Goldberg] © Mar. 
29, 1939; D 80460; Zionist organiza- 
tion of America, Washington. 3445 

Tooth for Paul Revere; May 11, 1942. 
© 1 c. May 30, 1942 ; D 80589 ; Stephen 
Vincent Benet, New York. 3446 

Topographer. See We're in it. 

Trail of twenty years. See Challenge of 
the Yukon. 



100 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



uo. 6, 1942 



3471 



Training- for careers; by Dorothy M. 
Johnson. © May 16, 1942 ; D 80352 : 
Gregg pnb. co., New York. 3447 

Trifle late spoils a date. © 1 c. June 
19, 1942; D 80576; Paul Louison 
Adams, New York. 8448 

Trouble at the Canyon. See Lone 
Ranger. 

Turban fits the traitor. See Green 
Hornet. 

Twelve soliloquize. © 1 c. June 5, 1942 ; 
D 80421 ; Louis J. Kovar, Webb City, 
Mo. 3449 

Up to twenty-three. © 1 c. June 4, 
1942; D 80418; David B. Howard, 
New York. 3450 

Vic and Sade; May 18, 1942. © 1 c. 
June 5, 1942 ; D 80437 ; Procter & Gam- 
ble CO., Cincinnati. 3451 

Victors (The) © 1 c. June 8, 1942; 
D 80495 ; Bayard Boyesen, Winchester, 
N. H. 3452 

Victory night club. See Light times for 
dark times. 

Villa Celestina. © 1 c. June 18, 1942; 
D 80569 ; Henry T. Porter & Alfred H. 
White, New York. 3453 

Vive la France. © 1 c. June 8, 1942; 
D 80446 ; Margaret Beazley, St. Peters- 
burg, Fla. 3454 

Wacky widow; by Charles George. © 
May 28, 1942; D 80396; Samuel 
French, New York. 3455 

War bonds and stamps. © 1 c. May 16, 
1942; D 80375; Peggy McGivney «& 
Martha Dulin, New Orleans. 3456 

War correspondent; by James Reach. 
© May 28, 1942; D 80394; Samuel 
French, New York. 3457 

Washington underground. See Green 
Hornet. 

We plow the sea. © 1 c. June 6, 1942 ; 
D 804.57; William Hermanns, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 3458 

Week end at Leighton buzzard. © 1 c. 
June 4, 1942 ; D 80535 ; Lois Compton 
Fuller, Indianapolis. 3459 



We're in it ; script 1-A, Topographer, by 
Harvey Jack Plants. © 1 c. June 12, 
1942; D 80506; Pathescope co. of 
America, inc., New York. 3460 

Werner's gardens. © 1 c. June 2, 1942 ; 
D 80399; Frances V. Franklin, New 
York. 3461 

Werps (The) © 1 c. June 8, 1942; D 
80454 ; Sherman F. Marks, Chicago. 

3462 

What a Christmas ; text by C. Sweeney, 
lyrics & music by M. B. Walton. © 
1 c. Apr. 3, 1942; D 76148; Martha 
Bailey Walton & Catherine Sweeney, 
Youngstown, O. 3463 

What every man should know. © 1 c. 
May 19, 1942 ; D 80505 ; Wiliam Mahl, 
Garmel, N. Y. 3464 

Will of rights ; text by Hugh Keegan & 
Charlott Knight [pseud, of C. Nacht- 
wey], music by Seth Teasdale. © 1 c. 
Apr. 10, 1942; D 76144; Charlotte 
Nachtwey, Hollywood, Calif. 3465 

Wing is on the bird ; by E. W. Bates & 
Thomas P. Robinson. © June 16, 
1942; D 80570; Esther Willard Bates, 
Boston. 3466 

Wizard of '88. © 1 c. June 12, 1942; 
D 80499; Frank Thorpe Vreeland, 
Westport, Conn. 3467 

Woman in white ; continuity no. 1128, 
by Irna Phillips. © 1 c. June 5, 1942 ; 
D 80441; Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 3468 

Wookey (The) © Oct. 10, 1941; D 
80362; Frederick Hazlitt Brennan, 
New York. 3469 

World's fair. © 1 c. June 17, 1942 ; D 
80540; Jack R. Kinnard, Harrisburg, 
Pa. 3470 

Wrong redskin. See Lone Ranger. 

Young men in goose-step. See Educa- 
tion in hate. 

Young patriots' book; by various au- 
thors, compiled by Willis N. Bugbee. 
© May 5, 1942 ; AA 401020 ; Willis N. 
Bugbee co., Syracuse. 3471 



Number of entries of dramas included in part 1, group 3, of the Catalog 
since Jan. 1, 1942 : 

Dramatic compositions (including 2,079 unpublished) __I 2,379 

Dramatic composition in foreign languages (including 24 unpub- 
lished) 29 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 50 unpublished) 72 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 2 un- 
published) 6 

Total 2, 486 



101 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[3471 



All over town ; book & lyrics by Harry 
B. Smith. © Sydney Reed Smith, 
Canaan, N. Y. R 108999, June 10, 
1942. 1 

Auctioneer ; by Lee Arthur & Charles 
Klein. © Benjamin F. Boeder, trus- 
tee of the last will & testament of 
David Belasco, New York. R 108610, 
May 26, 1942. 2 

Same, (c) Reina Belasco Best, 

New York. R 108611, May 26, 1942. 

3 

Fixing sister ; by William Thomas 
Hodge. © Helen Cogswell Hodge, 
Greenwich, Conn. R 108616, May 26, 
1942. 4 

Heart of a thief ; by Paul Armstrong. 
© Catherine C. Carruthers, New York. 
R 108983, June 9, 1942. 5 

John Ermine ; by Louis Evan Shipman, 
founded on a story by Frederic Rem- 
ington. © Lucile Watson Shipman, 
New York. R 108609, May 25, 1942. 6 

King of the dark chamber; by Rabin- 
dranath Tagore. © Rabindranath 
Tagore, Santiniketan, Bengal, India. 
R 108879, June 6, 1942. 7 

Law of the land. © George Broadhurst, 
Santa Barbara, Calif. R 108582, May 
26, 1942. 8 



Light that failed ; adapted from the 
story by Rudyard Kipling by George 
Fleming & (). Nethersole. © Olga 
Nethersole, East Heath, Hampstead, 
England. R 108716, Mav 26, 1942. 

9 

Louisiana Lou : musical comedy, created 
by Harry Askin, text & lyrics by Fred- 
erick Donaghey & Addison Burkhardt, 
music by Ben H. Jerome. [Libretto 
only] © Lotta Donaghey & Jose- 
phine Burkhjudt, Chicago. R 107691, 
May 4, 1942. 10 

Melting pot ; new & rev. ed., by Israel 
Zangwill. (c) Edith A. Zangwill, East 
Preston, Sussex, England. R 108883, 
June 6, 1942. 11 

Plaster saints ; by Israel Zangwill. © 
Edith A. Zangwill, East Preston, Sus- 
sex, England. R 108882, June 6, 1942. 

12 



Romanc*e : © Edward Sheldon, 
York. R 108880, June 6, 1942. 



New 
13 



Rose of the rancho ; by David Belasco 
& Richard Walton Tully. © Reina 
Belasco Gest, New York. R 109011, 
June 11, 1942. 14 

Under fire ; by Roi Cooper Megrue. © 
Rodnev Hitt. New York. R 108608, 
May 25, 1942. 15 

Van Horn ; by Edwin Arlington Robin- 
son. © Ruth Nivison. Mobile. R 
108881, June 6, 1942. 16 



102 



CLASSES L AND M 
MOTION PICTURES 



Ace in the hole. © May 29, 1942; M 
12557 ; Universal pictures co., inc. & 
Walter Lantz productions, New York. 

3472 

All about dogs. © June 12, 1942; M 
12570 ; Terrytoons, inc., New Rochelle, 
N. Y. 3473 

Antarctic outpost, (c) June 1, 1942; M 
12551 ; Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 3474 

Anti-flak attack. © title & descr. reed. 
June 5, 1942 ; 66 prints reed. June 6 ; 
M 12546; Jam Handy picture service, 
inc., Detroit. 3475 

Atlantic convoy. © June 8, 1942 ; L 
11393 ; Columbia pictures corp., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3476 

Band played on. See Syncopation. 

Beautiful Ohio in its making. © title 
& descr. reed. May 28, 1942 ; 14 prints 
reed. Mar. 20 ; M 12521 ; Chester Gregg 
Heffner, Bethany, O. 3477 

Benjamin Blake. -See Son of fury. 

Better— longer. © title, descr. & 132 
prints reed. June 1, 1942; M 12531; 
S-un oil CO., Philadelphia. 3478 

Big shot. © June 13, 1942; L 11374; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New York. 

3479 

Billy the Kid's smoking guns. © May 
21, 1942; L 11321; Producers releas- 
ing Corp., New York. 3480 

Black Dragon strikes. See Junior G- 
men of the air. 

Black dragons. © Mar. 6, 1942; L 
11343; Monogram pictures corp., 
Hollywood. Calif. 3481 

Bombs over Burma. © May 28, 1942; 
L 11341 ; Producers releasing corp., 
New York. 3482 

Born to sing ; based on a story by Franz 
G. Spencer. © Jan. 20, 1942; L 
11332; Loew's, inc., New York. 3483 

Bridge of disaster. See Overland mail. 

Claw's collapse. See Iron claw. 



Colorful North Carolina. © Dec. 30, 
1941; M 12505; Loew's, inc., New 
York. 3484 

Community sing; no. 10, series 6. © 
June 2, 1942 ; M 12534 ; Columbia pic- 
tures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 3485 

Deadly doom. See Holt of the secret 
service. 

Death at the stake, ^ee Overland mail. 

Death mist. See Junior G-men of the 
air. 

Don't talk. © Mar. 12, 1942 : L 11363 ; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 3486 

Down Texas way. © May 29, 1942 ; L 
11394 : Monogram pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 34S7 

Drilling in metal — wood — plastics. © 
title, descr. & 198 prints reed. June 
15, 1942; M 12572; Jam Handy pic- 
ture service, inc., Detroit. 3488 

Eat me Kitty eight to the bar. © Mar. 
6, 1942; M 12526; Terrvtoons, inc., 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 3489 

Embraceable you. © May 11, 1942; M 
12541 ; Soundies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 3490 

Escape to peril. See Holt of the secret 
service. 

Evil eye. See Iron claw. 

Falcon takes over ; based upon the char- 
acter created by Michael Arlen & from 
the novel Farewell, my lovely, by 
Raymond Chandler. © May 13, 1942 ; 
L 11354; RKO-radio pictures, inc., 
New York. 3491 

Farmer's daughter. © May 18, 1942; 
M 12574; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 3492 

Field mouse. © Dec. 30, 1941 ; L 11378 ; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 3493 

Fit to fight. © May 22, 1942 ; M 12532 ; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, 
Calif. 3494 

Flag of mercy. © Feb. 17, 1942; L 
11349 ; Loew's, inc.. New York. 3495 



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3496 



pt. I, n. s., V. 15 



Flaming havoc. See Junior G-men of the 



See also Overland mail. 

Flying fever. © Dec. 26, 1941 ; M 12519 ; 
Terrytoons, inc., New Rochelle, N. Y. 

3496 

For America we save. © title «& descr. 
reed. June 5, 1942 ; 220 prints reed. 
June 6 ; M 12547 ; Firestone tire & 
rubber co., Akron, O. 3497 

For times like these. © May 22, 1942 ; 
M 12504; Oxford university press, 
New York. 3498 

Fraidy cat. © Feb. 3, 1942 ; L 11366 ; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 3499 

Friendly enemies; from the comedy- 
drama by Samuel Shipman & Aaron 
Hoffman. © June 10, 1942 ; L 11368 ; 
Edward Small productions, inc., New 
York. 3500 

Frozen North. © Oct. 17, 1941; M 
12520; Terrytoons, inc.. New Rochelle, 
N. Y. 3501 

Gallant lady ; from original story by 
Octavus Roy Cohen. © May 23, 1942 ; 
L 11320; Producers releasing corp., 
New York. 3502 

Gandy Goose in Tricky business. © 
May 1, 1942; M 12571; Terrytoons, 
inc., New Rochelle, N. Y. 3503 

Goodbye mama, I'm off to Yokohama. 
© May 18, 1942 ; M 12573 ; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 3504 

Great man's lady ; based on a short 
story by Vina Delmar. © Mar. 26, 
1942; L 11337; Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. 3505 

Greenie (The) © Feb. 17, 1942; L 
11348 ; Loew's, inc., New York. 3506 

Hands of victory. © May 22, 1942; 
M 12514; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 3507 

Happy circus days. © Jan. 23, 1942; 
M 12555; Terrytoons, inc., New Ro- 
chelle, N. Y. 3508 

Hatteras honkers. © June 3, 1942; 
M 12566; Warner bros. pictures, inc.. 
New York. 3509 

Heart burn. © Feb. 20, 1942 : L 11353 ; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 

3510 

Heart of Mexico. © May 22, 1942 ; M 
12580; Twentieth century-Fox film 
Corp., New York. 3511 



Henry and Dizzy. © Mar. 13, 1942 ; L 
11360; Paramount pictures, inc.. New 
York. 3512 

Highway sabotage. © June 1, 1942 ; M 
12550; Aetna casualty & surety co., 
Hartford. 3513 

Hobby horse-laffs. © June 5, 1942; 
M 12567; Vitaphone corp.. New York. 

3514 

Hold the lion, please. © June 16, 1942; 
M 12587 ; Vitaphone corp.. New York. 

3515 

Holt of the secret service. © Colum- 
bia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

3516-3520 
Chap. no. 3, Illicit wealth. © Dec. 1, 

1941; L 11383. 
Chap. no. 6, Deadly doom. © Dec. 

12, 1941 ; L 11384. 
Chap. no. 7, Out of the past. © Dec. 

23, 1941 ; L 11385. 
Chap. no. 8. Escape to peril. © Dec, 

26, 1941 ; L 11386. 

Chap. no. 9, Sealed in silence. © Dec. 

27, 1941 ; L 11387. 

How to hold your husband — back ; based 
on a story by Clara Belle Thompson 
& Margaret Lukes Wise. © Dec. 29, 
1941 ; L 11322 ; Loew's, inc.. New York. 

3521 

Hungry wolf. © Feb. 27, 1942 ; L 11383 ; 
Loew's, inc.. New York. 3522 

Hurled to the depths. See Overland 
mail. 

Illicit wealth. See Holt of the secret 
service. 

I'm tired of waiting for you. © May 
11, 1942; M 12540; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 3523 

In old California. © May 31, 1942 ; L 
11410; Republic pictures Corp., New 
York. 3524 

Inferior decorator. © Apr. 3, 1942; L 
11352; RKO-radio pictures, inc.. New 
York. 3525 

Iron claw. © Columbia pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 3526, 3527 

Chap. no. 14, The evil eye. © Nov. 
10, 1941 ; L 11357. 

Chap. no. 15, The claw's collapse. © 
Nov. 10, 1941 ; L 11358. 

It happened in Flatbush. © May 5, 
1942; L 11356; Twentieth century- 
Fox film Corp., New York. 3528 



104 



no. 6, 1942 



MOTION PICTURES 



3570 



Johnny Eager ; based on a story by 
James Edward Grant. © Dec. 9, 
1941; L 11364; Loew's, inc., New 
York. 3529 

Juke box jamboree. © May 29, 1942; 
M 12556; Universal pictures co., inc. 
& Walter Lantz productions, New 
York. ^ 3530 

Juke girl; from a story bv Theodore 
Pratt. © May 30, 1942; L 11373; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New York. 

3531 

Junior G-men of the air. © Universal 
pictures co., inc.. New York. 

3532-3538 

Chap. no. 5, The Black Dragon strikes. 
© May 25, 1942 ; L 11326. 

Chap. no. 6, Flaming havoc. © May 
25,1942; L 11327. 

Chap. no. 7, The death mist. © May 
25, 1942 ; L 11328. 

Chap. no. 8, Satan fires the fuse. © 
May 28, 1942; L 11333. 

Chap. no. 9, Satanic sabotage. © 
June 10, 1942 ; L 11338. 

Chap. no. 10, Trapped in a blazing 
'chute. © June 18, 1942 ; L 11404. 

Chap. no. 11, Undeclared war. © June 
18, 1942 ; L 11405. 

Keeping in shape. © June 12, 1942 ; L 
11389; Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. 3539 

King of the Royal mounted. See Yukon 
patrol. 

Light of day. © title & descr. reed. 
June 5, 1942 ; 506 prints reed. June 6 ; 
M 12548 ; Firestone tire & rubber co., 
Akron, O. 3540 

Lights fantastic. © May 29, 1942; M 
12522; Vitaphone corp.. New York. 

3541 

Little gravel voice. © May 12, 1942 ; L 
11323 ; Loew's, inc.. New York. 3542 

Lone Rider in Texas justice. © June 
1, 1942 ; L 11342 ; Producers' releasing 
Corp., New York. 3543 

Loretta. © May 11, 1942; M 12542; 
Soundies distributing corp. of Amer- 
ica, inc., Chicago. 3544 

Lucky Strike means fine tobacco. © 
title, descr. & 47 prints reed. June 1, 
1942; M 12.529; American tobacco co., 
New York. 3545 

Mad Martindales ; based upon a play by 
Wesley Towner, from a play by Lud- 



wig Hirschfeld & Edmund Wolf. © 
May 15, 1942; L 11339; Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp., New York. 

3546 

Maisie gets her man ; based upon the 
characters created by Wilson Colli- 
son. © May 26, 1942; L 11380; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 3547 

Many tanks. © May 8, 1942 ; L 11361 ; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

3548 

March of time ; v. 8, nos. 9, 10. © Apr. 
10, May 8, 1942; M 12564, 12588; 
Time, inc., New York. 3-549, 3550 

Meet the Stewarts; based on a story 
by Elizabeth Dunn. © May 27, 1942 ; 
L 11329; Columbia pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 3551 

Melodies old and new. © Dec. 23, 1941 ; 
L 11376; Loew's, inc., New York. 

3552 

Menacing herd. See Overland mail. 

Mexican jumping bean. © May 18, 
1942; M 12576; Soundies distribut- 
ing Corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

3553 

Mexican spitfire sees a ghost. © May 
28, 1942; L 11390; RKO-radio pic- 
tures, inc., New York. 3554 

Minnesota, land of plenty. © Feb. 3, 
1942; M 12579; Loew's, inc., New 
York. 3555 

Miss Annie Rooney. © June 10, 1942; 
L 11382; Edward Small productions, 
inc.. New York. 3556 

Mr. Smith is proud. © title, descr. & 
110 prints reed. June 1, 1942 ; M 12528 ; 
E. I. duPont Nemours & co., inc., 
New York. 3557 

Mr. Wise Guy. © Feb. 20, 1942; L 
11335 ; Monogram pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 3558 

Mrs. Miniver ; based on the book by Jan 
Struther. © May 15, 1942 ; L 11367 ; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 3559 

Moonlight cocktail. © May 11, 1942; 
M 12539; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 3580 

Moontide; from the novel by Willard 
Robertson. © May 29, 1942 ; L 11336 ; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., 
New York. 3561 

Movietone news; v. 24, nos. 68-76. © 
Apr. 30, May 5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21, 26, 
28, 1942 ; M 12515-12517, 12560-12563, 
12581, 12582; Movietonews, inc., New 
York. 3562^3570 



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mn 



pt. I, n. s,, V, 15 



My gal Sal. © May 8, 1942 ; L 11381 ; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., New 
York. 3571 

Nazi agent ; based on an idea by Lothar 
Mendes. © Jan. 20, 1942; L 11350; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 3572 

News of the day; v. 13, nos. 265-272. 
© Apr. 28, 30, May 5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21, 
1942; M 12506, 12507, 12523, 12524, 
12552, 12553, 12568, 12569; Hearst 
Metrotone news, inc.. New York. 

3573-3580 

North to the Klondike ; based on a story 
by William Castle. © Jan. 21, 1942 ; 
L 11347; Universal pictures co., inc.. 
New York. 3581 

Nutty news. © June 3, 1942 ; M 12536 ; 
Vitaphone corp., New York. 3582 

Offset lithography. © title, descr. & 
2 prints reed. May 27, 1942 ; M 12512 ; 
Harris-Seybold-Potter co., Cleveland. 

3583 

Olaf laughs last. © May 26, 1942; L 
11324 ; Columbia pictures corp., Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 8584 

Out of the past. See Holt of the secret 
service. 

Overland mail. © Universal pictures 
CO., inc.. New York. 3585-3590 

Chap. no. 1, A race with disaster. © 

June 12, 1942 ; L 11395. 
Chap. no. 2, Flaming havoc. © June 

12, 1942; L 11396. 
Chap. no. 3, The menacing herd. © 

June 12, 1942 ; L 11397. 
Chap. no. 4, The bridge of disaster. 

© June 17, 1942; L 11398. 
Chap. no. 5, Hurled to the depths. 

© June 17, 1942 ; L 11399. 
Chap. no. 6, Death at the stake. © 

June 17, 1942; L 11400. 

Pacific frontier. © June 20, 1942; L 
11402 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 3591 

Parachute nurse. © May 27, 1942; L 
11331 ; Columbia pictures corp., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3592 

Popular science ; no. J 1-5. © June 12, 
1942; M 12586; Paramount pictures, 
inc.. New York. 3593 

Powder town ; from an original idea by 
Vicki Baum & the novel bv Max Brand. 
© May 11, 1942 ; L 11372 ; RKO-radio 
pictures, inc.. New York. 3594 

Private Buckaroo. © May 29, 1942; 
L 11334 ; Universal pictures co., inc.. 
New York. 3595 



Pudgy boy. © May 11, 1942 ; M 12543 ; 
Soundies distributing corp. of Amer- 
ica, inc., Chicago. 3596 

Quiz kids. © May 22, 1942 ; M 12513 ; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

3597 

Race with disaster. See Overland mail. 

Ragtime cowboy Joe. © May 18, 1942 ; 
M 12575 ; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 3598 

Remember Pearl Harbor. © May 18, 
1942; L 11316; Republic pictures 
Corp., New York. 3599 

Romance on the range. © May 18, 
1942; L 1140S: Republic pictures 
Corp., New York. 3600 

St. James infirmary. © May 18, 1942; 
M 12577; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 3601 

Satan fires the fuse. See Junior G- 
men of the air. 

Satanic sabotage. See Junior G-men 
of the air. 

Scattergood rides high ; adapted from 
the Scattergood Baines stories by 
Clarence Budington Kelland. © May 
8, 1942; L 11355; Pyramid pictures 
Corp.. Culver City, Calif. 3602 

Screen snapshots ; no. 9, series 21. © 
May 8, 1942 ; M 12533 ; Columbia pic- 
tures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 3603 

Sealed in silence. See Holt of the sec- 
ret service. 

She's oil mine. © Nov. 20, 1941; L 
11359 ; Columbia pictures corp., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3604 

Soaring stars. © Apr. 30, 1942; L 
11375 ; Loew's, inc., New York. 3605 

Son of fury; based on the novel, Ben- 
jamin Blake, by Edison Marshall. © 
Dec. 19, 1941; L 11365; Twentieth 
centurv-Fox film corp.. New York. 

3606 

Spanish fiesta. © Dec. 27, 1941; M 
12565 ; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 3607 

Speaking of animals in the circus. © 
May 29. 1942; M 12535: Paramount 
pictures, inc.. New York. 3608 

Spy smasher ; suggested by the charac- 
ter Spy smasher. © Apr. 4, 1942; L 
11409 ; Republic pictures corp.. New 
York. 3609 

Stardust on the sage. © May 25, 1942 ; 
L 11407 ; Republic pictures corp.. New 
York. 3610 



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3650 



Stork's mistake. © May 29, 1942; M 
12525 ; Terrytoons, inc., New Rochelle. 
N. Y. 3611 

Strictly in the groove. © June 3, 1942 ; 
L 11346 ; Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 3612 

Submarine raider. © May 14, 1942 ; L 
11330; Columbia pictures corp., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 3613 

Suggestions for fighter pilots. © title & 
descr. reed. June 5, 1942; 132 prints 
reed. June 6; M 12549; Jam Handy 
picture service, inc., Detroit. 3614 

Suicide squadron. © Apr, 20, 1942; L 
11317; Republic pictures corp., New 
York. 3615 

Superman in Electric earthquake. © 
May 15, 1942; L 11362; Paramount 
pictures, inc.. New York. 3616 

Surprised parties. © May 28, 1942 ; L 
11377 ; Loew's, inc., New York. 3617 

Syncopation; from an original story. 
The band played on, by Valentine 
Da vies. © May 22, 1942; L 11371; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc.. New York. 

3618 

Teamwork. © title, descr. & 79 prints 
reed. June 1, 1942; M 12527; Bundy 
tubing CO., Detroit. 3619 

Then and now. © Dec. 24, 1941; M 
12480; Warner bros. pictures, inc.. 
New York. 3620 

They all kissed the bride ; from a story 
by Gina Kaus & Andrew P. Solt. © 
June 9, 1942 ; L 11392 ; Columbia pic- 
tures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 3621 

They raid by night. © June 15, 1942 ; 
L 11379; Producers releasing corp.. 
New York. 3622 

This time for keeps; based upon the 
characters created by Herman J. 
Mankiewicz. © Feb. 10, 1942; L 
11391 : Loew's, inc., New York. 

3623 

To market — to market. © title, descr. 
& 62 prints reed. June 1, 1942; M 
12530; General outdoor advertising 
CO., Chicago. 3624 

Tonight at 8 : 30. See We were danc- 
ing. 

Top sergeant. © June 2, 1942 ; L 11344 ; 
Universal pictures co., inc.. New York. 

3625 

Torrid toreador. © .Jan. 9, 1942; M 
12554 ; Terrytoons, inc.. New Rochelle, 
N. Y. 3626 



Trapped in a blazing 'chute. See Junior 
G-men of the air. 

Trumpet serenade. © June 18, 1942; 
L 11406; Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 3627 

Tumbleweed trail. © June 19, 1942 ; L 
11401 ; Producers releasing corp., New 
York. 3628 

Undeclared war. See Junior G-men of 
the air. 

Universal newsreel ; v. 15, nos. 73-82. 
© Apr. 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30, May 
5, 7, 1942; M 12508-12511, 12537, 
12538, 12558, 12559, 12584, 12585 ; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc.. New York. 

3629-3638 

Vanishing Virginian ; based on the book 
by Rebecca Yacey Williams. © Dec. 
2. 1941; L 11403; Loew's, inc.. New 
York. 3639 

We do it because. © Feb. 5, 1942 ; M 
12545 ; Loew's, inc.. New York. 3640 

We were dancing; based in part on 
Tonight at 8 : 30, by Noel Coward. © 
Feb. 5, 1942; L 11370; Loew's, inc., 
New York. 3641 

Wedding worries. © Dec. 22, 1941; 
L 11345 ; Loew's, inc., New York. 3642 

Welcome little stranger. © Oct. 3, 1941 ; 
M 12518; Terrytoons, inc.. New Ro- 
chelle, N. Y. 3643 

West of Tombstone. © Jan. 15, 1942 ; 
L 11351; Columbia pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 8644 

Westward ho ; based on characters cre- 
ated by William Colt MacDonald. © 
Apr. 24, 1942 ; L 11318 ; Republic pic- 
tures Corp., New York. 3645 

What about daddy. © Feb. 20, 1942; 
L 11369 ; Loew's, inc.. New York. 3646 

When are we going to land abroad. © 
May 11, 1942 ; M 12544 ; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 3647 

When my sugar walks down the street. 
© May 18, 1942 ; M 12578 ; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 3648 

Where trails end. © May 1, 1942; L 
11325 ; Monogram pictures corp., Hol- 
lywood, Calif. 3649 

Whispering ghosts. © May 22, 1942; 
L 11340; Twentieth century-Fox film 
Corp., New York. 3650 



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Wings for freedom. © June 9, 1942; 
M 12583 ; Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 3651 

Yokel boy ; based on a story by Russell 
Rouse & the musical play, Yokel boy, 
by Lew Brown. © Mar. 13, 1942; 



L 11319 ; Republic pictures corp., New 
York. 3652 

Yukon patrol; based on Zane Grey's 
King of the Royal mounted. © Apr. 
30, 1942; L 11411; Republic pictures 
Corp., New York. 3653 



Number of entries in Classes L and M included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 
1942: 

Motion picture photoplays 504 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 663 

Total 1,167 



108 



TITLES OF MOTION PICTURES OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT 
HAS BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 
1909 



Nigger ; adapted from Edward Sheldon's 
play. © Twentieth century-Fox film 



Corp. 
1942. 



New York. R 106565, Apr. 



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CATALOG 

of 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

Published by Authority of the Acts 
of Congress of March 3, 1891, 
of June 30, 1906, and of 
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PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 

Including 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1942 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 15 

No. 7 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, issued monthly, contains 
titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles 
of the entries made in Class "D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico-musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class ''L," Motion-picture photoplays, and Class '^," Motion pictures other than 
photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations used 
in this part are as follows: '*D," Class D, Dramatic compositions; "L," Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; 
and "M," Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "©'' implies copyright registration of a pub- 
lished work followed by date of publication; "© 1 c." stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed 
by date of receipt in the Copyright Office at the printed or manuscript copy. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed under section 23 of 
the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue immediately following the drama list, and a list of 
motion pictures of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed, will be found iounediately following the 
motion picture list. 

The annual index contains the titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion pictures. 
The act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." 

The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received only for the calendar year) 
for Part 1, Group 3, is $2.00 for 1942, payable in advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washii^ton, 
D. C, by postal money order, express order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper — — -= $3.00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or 

Periodicals, Lectures, and Maps 3.00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2.00 

Part 2, Periodicals - 2.00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions 3.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers = .50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year =-— 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year -—• 10.00 



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NOTICE 

The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental li- 
braries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, in- 
sofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclusive, are still re- 
maining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or to 
any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright, if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1942. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravii^s, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifying works of art may not be re- 
turned. No maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record should make formal request for the 
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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

Note.~If the claimant of copyright is the same as the author, no statement of authorship is given. 



Adolescence. © 1 c. July 8, 1942; D 81185; Herbert 
Fredric Margolis, New York. 3654 

Against the storm; episode no. 693, by Sandra 
Michael. © 1 c. July 24, 1942; D 81398; Procter 
& Gamble CO., Cincinnati. 3655 

Ail-American boy; by Barkley Jones. © July 7, 1942; 
D 81420; Samuel French, New York. 3656 

All God's chillun' got shoes. See Death Valley days. 

All this and heaven too. &££ Lux radio theatre. 

All tt^ether; or, Moonshine brew, by Betty Maier 
[pseud, of Betty Maier Goldman] © 1 c. July 6, 
1942; D 81187; B. M. Goldman, Long Beach, L.L, 
N. Y. 3657 

Always a song, © 1 c. July 3, 1942; D 81176; Ebba 
Nelson, Minneapolis. 3658 

Amos and Andy; no. 3219, Oct. 19, 1939. © 1 c, 
June 22, 1942; D 81349; Charles J, Correll & 
Freeman F. Gosden, Beverly Hills, Calif. 3659 

Appointment for love, S££ Lux radio theatre. 

Aren't we devUs. © 1 c. June 17, 1942; D 81211; 
Ralph Edwards, New York. 3660 



Arise my love. S££ Lux radio theatre. 

Atabalipa. S££ Atafaualpa. 

Atahaulpa; or Atabalipa, by W. £. Stubbs, English 
tr. by Aida Stubbs Trennert. © 1 c. May 12, 
1942; D 81195; Walter Eduardo Stubbs, Lima, 
Peru. 3661 

Aunt Jenny's real life stories; nos. 1415-1419, Fea- 
ture story, pts. 1-5, by Lawrence Klee. © 1 c. 
each July 23, 1942; D 81354-81358; Lever bros. 
CO., Cambridge, Mass. 3662-3666 

Baby gets a new pair of shoes; by Ralph Cattell. 
© 1 c. July 27, 1942; D 81416; WUding picture 
sales Corp., Chicago. 3667 

Ball of fire, &s& Lux radio theatre. 

Barber of Seville; by Rossini, English tr. by G. 
Mead, jr. [Text only] © 1 c. July 7, 1942; D 
81182; George Mead, jr., New York. 3668 

Barcley brothers downfall. Ss& Lone Ranger. 

Beat the rackets; audition script. © 1 c. June 10, 
1942; D 81087; Robert Newton SmUey, Chicago. 

3669 



Bed scene is out. © 1 c. June 26, 1942; D 81091; 
Milton Herbert Gropper, New York, 3670 

Bedtime story, gee Lux radio theatre. 

Betwixt life and death; adapted from Jesse Stuart's 
story of the same name and from his book Men 
of the mountains. © 1 c. July 1, 1942; D 81227; 
Opal Thomburg, Richmond, Ind. 3671 

Beyond the darkness. © 1 c. July 3, 1942; D 81151; 
Samuel Volkman, Chicago. 3672 

Blackout party; by Helen Sloan Stetson, © 1 c. 
July 16, 1942; D 81240; American theatre wing 
war service, inc.. New York. 3673 

Blossoms in the dust. See Lux radio theatre. 

Boomerang. See It's a racket. 

Bouquet of Crystabelle. © 1 c. June 23, 1942; D 
81078; Joseph Barstock, Brooklyn. 3674 

Bread upon the waters. See Lone Ranger, 

Brief synopsis, © 1 c, July 25, 1942; D 81414; 
Patrick Barry Sullivan, New York, 3675 

Bright idea club program; script no, 38, © 1 c. 
Mar, 25, 1940; D 81225; Madeline Gray, New 
York. 3676 

Brothers. © 1 c. July 16, 1942; D 81249; Mrs. 
Isadore Bemis, Schuylerville, N. Y. 3677 



Bubusch; von Gabor von Vaszary bearb. von Walter 
Gaarden. © Sept. 29, 1941; D 81167; J. P. Toth- 
verlag, Hamburg, Germany. 3678 

Bullet that left no mark. See Death Valley days. 

Bus ride. See Dr. Christian. 

Buy bonds and stamps today, © June 15, 1942; D 
81393; Grace Trowbridge De Witt, Lakewood, O. 

3679 

CSsar; von Bemt von Heiseler, © 1 c, June 29, 1942; 
D 81173; S. Fischer verlag, Berlin, 3680 

Called, © 1 c. July 7, 1942; D 81188; Herman Dreer, 
St, Louis. 3681 

Case of Harry Wells, gfig Gang busters. 

Case of J^janese spies. See Counterspy. 
Case of Joe Vigoroux. figg Gang busters. 



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Case of Riordan- Waters. See Gai^ busters. 

Case of the train murder. See Counterspy. 

Challenge of the Yukon; by Thomas Dougall. © 
Challenge of the Yukon, inc., Detroit. 

3682, 3683 
No. 236, The Eagle mine. © 1 c. July 3, 1942; 

D 81154. 
No. 237, Peril at Peace River. © 1 c. July 3, 
1942; D 81155. 

Champ. See Lux radio theatre. 

Children's beggar; by Irwin Shaw. © 1 c. July 16, 
1942; D 81260; Edward E. Cohen, New York. 

3684 

Circus. © 1 c. July 15, 1942; D 81238; Bernard 
Sabath, Rock Island, 111. 3685 

City for conquest. See Lux radio theatre. 

Clarabelle and Jasper; by Carl A. Buss. © 1 c. July 
16, 1942; D 81241; American theatre wing war 
service, inc.. New York. 3686 

Clarabelle defends America; by Carl A. Buss. © 1 
C.July 16, 1942; D 81242; American theatre wing 
war serivce, inc., New York. 3687 

Class in first-aid and blood-letting; quotations taken 
from the works of William Shakespeare, adapted 
into a modern play. © 1 c. June 27, 1942; D 
81101; Evelyn Chard Kelley, Port Washington, 
L. I., N. Y. 3688 

Commandos; May 31, 1942. © 1 c. June 5, 1942; D 
81103; Phillips H. Lord, New York. 3689 

Counterspy ; by Phillips H. Lord. © Lord, inc., New 
York. 3690-3692 

Program no. 7, Case of Japanese spies. © 1 c. 

July 2, 1942; D 81141. 
Program no. 8, Ecuador case. © 1 c. July 9, 1942; 

D 81201. 
Program no. 9, Case of the train murder. © 1 c. 

July 16, 1942; D 81253. 

Crime doctor; nos. 99-103. © 1 c. June 24, July 1, 
8, 16, 23, 1942; D 81085, 81140, 81199, 81259, 
81368; Max Marcin, New York. 3693-3697 

Cup of sugar; by Walter Stone. © June 24, 1942; D 
81111; Row, Peterson &co., Evanston, 111. 3698 

Dark altars. © 1 c. July 9, 1942; D 81202; Frederic 
Arnold Kummer & Frederic Philip Stieff , Balti- 
more. 3699 

DawnoverZwoUe; by Salem Ludwig. © 1 c. July 18, 
1942; D 81266; Joseph Leonard Baum, Hartford. 

3700 

Dear Adolf. © Stephen Vincent Benet, New York. 

3701-3704 
Letter from a business man. © 1 c. July 2, 1942; 

D 81153. 
Letter from a farmer. © 1 c. June 24, 1942; D 

80606. 
Letter from a housewife and mother. © 1 c. July 

15, 1942; D 81264. 
Letter from a working man. © 1 c. July 7, 1942; 

D 81197. 



Dear Kendall; by Fay Pulsifer [i. e. F. P. Stanton] 
& H. C. Rich. © 1 c. June 24, 1942; D 81221; 
Fay Pulsifer Stanton & Helen C. Rich, Yarmouth, 
Mass. 3705 

Death Valley days; by McCann-Erickson, inc. © 
Pacific coast borax co.. New York. 3706-3710 
June 18, 1942; All God's chillun' got shoes. © 

1 c. June 12, 1942; D 80607. 
July 2, 1942, The gold that grows on trees. © 1 

c. July 24, 1942; D 81374. 
July 9, 1942, The bullet that left no mark. © 1 c. 

July 24, 1942; D 81375. 
July 16, 1942, The rescue of Ted. © 1 c. July 

24, 1942; D 81376. 
July 23, 1942, On the Arizona strip. © 1 c. July 

24, 1942; D 81377. 

Delicate age. © 1 c. July 18, 1942; D 81413; Verner 
Meurice Whitney, New York. 3711 

Devil and Miss Jones. See Lux radio theatre. 

Diamond solitaire. See Stars over Hollywood. 

Diamond to sit on; or. The twelve chairs. © 1 c. 
July 6, 1942; D 81177; Monty Banks, Santa Monica, 
Calif. 3712 

Dr. Christian. © McCann-Erickson, inc.. New York. 

3713-3716 
Episode no. 188, His own medicine. © 1 c. July 

24, 1942; D 81378. 
Episode no. 189, Bus ride. © 1 c. July 24, 1942; 

D 81379. 
Episode no. 190, For a dog to tear. © 1 c. July 

24, 1942; D 81380. 
Episode no. 191, Dr. Christian has a nightmare. 

© 1 c. July 24, 1942; D 81381. 

Dr. Christian has a nightmare. See Dr. Christian. 

Doctor takes a wife. See Lux radio theatre. 

Eagle mine. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Earl of Loveday. See Gang busters. 

Easy does it; by J. T. Beaudouin &I. A. L. Diamond. 
© 1 c. June 30, 1942; D 81134; John Tyrell 
Beaudouin, Pleasantville, N. Y. 3717 

Ecuador case. See Counterspy. 

Edgar Bergen-Charlie McCarthy; May 31, June 14, 
21, 28, 1942. © 1 c. June 15, 29, July 15, 1942; 
D 81088, 81118, 81117, 81254; Edgar John Bergen, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. 3718-3721 

End of the Iron spur. See Lone Ranger. 

Errant angel; by Albert M. Shero [pseud, of A. 
Shapiro] © 1 c. June 23, 1942; D 81082; Albert 
Shapiro, Beverly Hills, Calif. 3722 

Eve of St. Mark. © 1 c. July 6, 1942; D 81178; 
Maxwell Anderson, New Ci^, N. Y. 3723 

Failufe. © 1 c. July 2, 1942; D 81351; Stanley Bruce, 
Los Angeles. 3724 



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3757 



Fair at Richmond. See Martha. 

Family co-operative; by Ella L. Thurston, adapted 
by Robert Card & A. M. Drummond. © 1 c. 
May 16, 1940; D 70020; E. L. Thurston, New 
York. 3725 

Farmer's daughter. © 1 c. July 23, 1942; D 81372; 
James O'Donald Mays, Marietta, Ga. 3726 

Feature story. See Aunt Jenny's real life stories. 

Feivish takes a wife; by Anshel Schorr. © 1 c. 
July 14, 1942; D 81236; Dora Weisman Schorr, 
New York. 3727 



Fiesta en Santa Fe. © 1 c. June 4, 1942; D 76152; 
Riccardo Martin, New York. 3728 

Fill and Rachel; from Guy de Maupassant's Mile. 
Flfi, © 1 c. June 30, 1942; D 81135; Adam 
Gostony, New York. 3729 

Fighting sixty-ninth, gee Lux radio theatre. 

First pink lady. © 1 c. July 15, 1942; D 81250; 
Violet Rodda, Hollywood, Calif. 3730 

Fit to be tied. © 1 c. June 29, 1942; D 81228; Searle 
Kramer, Los Angeles. 3731 

Five minutes after I die; by Fern [i. e. L F.] 
Luther. © June 26, 1942; D 81206; Iva Fern 
Luther, Long Beach, Calif. 3732 

Flight to nowhere. S££ Green Hornet. 

For a dog to tear. Sfifi Dr. Christian. 

Fortunes from words; audition script, by Harvey K. 
Fly & S. Lockwood. © 1 c. June 16, 1942; D 
81138; Scammon Lockwood, Forest Hills, N. Y. 

3733 

Foimtain of youth. Sss. His daily shot. 

Four blocks east. © 1 c. June 25, 1942; D 81093; 
George Anders Noring, New York. 3734 

Frau (Die) im spiegel; nach der komodle von Moller 
u. Sachs, Meine frau die holschauspielerin, von 
Theo Halton und Gimther Schwenn [pseud, of 
Gunther Franzke] musik von Will Meisel. [ Text 
only] © Apr. 1, 1941; D 81166; Edition Meisel 
&C0., g. m. b. h., Berlin. 3735 



Freedoms for which we fight. © 1 c. July 15, 1942; 
D 81237; John Lemar Price, Jr., University 
Heights, O. 3736 



Gang busters. © Phillips H. Lord, New York. 

3737-3740 
Program no. 269, Case of Rlordan-Waters. © 1 

c. June 30, 1942; D 81130. 
Program no. 270, Case of Harry Wells. © 1 c. 

July 16, 1942; D 81252. 
Program no. 271, Case of Joe Vigoroux. © 1 c. 

July 14, 1942; D 81230. 
Program no. 272, Case of Earl Loveday. © 1 c. 

July 21, 1942; D 81345. 



George Washington fourth; by Mai^aret Hope Weber. 
© June 24, 1942; D 81107; Row, Peterson &co., 
Evanston, HI. 3741 

Girls, inc. © 1 c. June 26, 1942; D 81096; Julius 
Berinsteln, Chicago. 3742 

Gold that grows on trees. Sfi£ Death Valley days. 

Golden apple; musical comedy. © 1 c. June 8, 1942; 
D 76150; Frank Hanson & Beatrice Hanson, 
Brooks, Me. 3743 

Great demand; by Vellya Porla [pseud, of Porla 
Ceresney] © 1 c. July 14, 1942; D 81411; Porla 
Ceresney, Toronto. 3744 

Great Gildersleeve; no. 44, by Leonard L.Levlnson. 
© 1 c. July 9, 1942; D 81203; Kraft cheese co., 
Chicago. 3745 



Great lie. 



Lux radio theatre. 



Great show, ain't it. © 1 c. July 1, 1942; D 81148; 
Robert Gordon Dare, New York. 3746 

Green Hornet; by Fran Striker. © Green Hornet, 
Inc. , Detroit. 3 74 7- 3 748 

No, 562, Flight to nowhere. © 1 c. July 3, 1942; 

D 81164. 
No. 563, Murder by a diplomat. © 1 c. July 3, 
1942; D 81165. 

Green Valley, U. S. A.; script no. 2, by Millard 
Lampell. © 1 c. July 16, 1942; D 81239; Hlman 
Brown, New York. 3749 

Hand on my shoulder. See Stars over HoUjrwood. 

Hard woman. © 1 c. June 29, 1942; D 81123; Dorothy 
Caroline Albertlne Blanchard, New York. 3750 

Harriet; by Florence Ryerson [i. e. F.R.Clements] 
&C. Clements. © 1 c. June 23, 1942; D 81080; 
Florence Ryerson Clements & Colin Clements, 
Canoga Park, Calif. 3751 



He was a hero. © 1 c. July ] 
Jean Gershon, New York. 



1942; D 81144; Alice 
3752 



Heavenly daze. © 1 c. July 3, 1942; D 81271; Marie 
Elizabeth Blomgren, Albia, la. 3753 

Heberton house. © 1 c. July 23, 1942; D 81369; Eva 
Loudon, New Brunswick, N. J. 3 754 

Helium shipment. Sfifi Ned Jordan, the federal ace. 



Her first flame; by James Reach. © June 8, 1942; 
D 81128; Samuel French, New York. 3755 



Here comes Mr. Jordan. Ss& Lux radio theatre. 



Hero of the night. © 1 c. July 1, 1942; D 81146; Jean 
Archibald Hansl & Arthur Hansl, New Milford, 
Conn. 3756 



Heroes are made. © 1 c. June 24, 1942; D 81226; 
Milton Marshall & George Lyons, Brooklyn. 3 75 7 



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3758 



pt. 1, n, s., V. 15 



Hidden house. © 1 c. June 15, 1942; D 81196; 
Robert Alexander Bachmann, New York. 3758 

High-graders. See Lone Ranger. 

Highway. © 1 c. June 29, 1942; D 81124; Sophie 
Treadwell, Newtown, Conn, 3759 

Hillcrest house; by Philip Hammond [pseud, of P. H. 
VanOrten] © 1 c. July 25, 1942; D 81390; Philip 
Hammond Van Orten, New York. 3760 

His daily shot; or, The fountain of youth, by Fred- 
erica F rider ici. © 1 c. July 3, 1942; D 81152; 
F. B. L. Friderici Ziehm, New York. 3761 

His own medicine. See Dr. Christian. 

His rightful heritage. See Stars over Hollywood. 

Hold back the dawn. See Lux radio theatre. 

Home for the aged. See Stories of Jonathan Crunch. 

Home front; by Therese Lewis. © 1 c. July 16, 
1942; D 81244; American theatre wing war ser- 
vice, inc.. New York. 3762 

Hook, line and sinker; by Edith Loring. © July 20, 
1942; D 81421; Samuel French, New York. 3763 



© 1 c. July 27, 1942; D 81417; Samuel 
Volkman, Chicago. 3764 

Hosenknopfaffare (Die); von Paul Zoder. © May 
18, 1941; D 81169; Wilhelm Kohler verlag, 
Munich. 3765 

Hurrah for the supermen, © 1 c. June 3, 1942; D 
81104; Lotti Rimmer, Toronto. 3766 

lain'ttalkin'. © 1 c. July 7, 1942; D 81189; Jackson 
Beck & David Herman, New York. 3767 

ImustbecrueL © 1 c. July 15, 1942; D 81246; Carl 
Alfred Buss, New York. 3768 

I wanted wings. See Lux radio theatre. 

If the vine flourish. © 1 c. July 15, 1942; D 81245; 
Carl Alfred Buss, New York. 3769 

I'll be waiting, soldier. ©Ic. July 7, 1942; D 81183; 
Owen Davis, New York. 3770 

In case of murder. © 1 c. July 6, 1942; D 81194; 
Frank Wattron, Whittier, Calif. 3771 

In Robot Land; book, lyrics and music by L. E. Yea- 
mans. © July 9, 1942; D 76154; Theodore Presser 
CO., Philadelphia. 3772 

Income tax evader. © 1 c. June 26, 1942; D 81100; 
William Bertram Young, Chicago. 3773 

It rains in Hollywood, California. © 1 c, July 20, 
1942; D 81268; Bernard Sabath, Rock Island, III, 

3774 

It's a bet, © 1 c, June 29, 1942; D 81116; David 
Pownall, Racine, Wis, 3775 



It's a racket. 



Lloyd Fogel-Songer, Boston. 

3776, 3777 



1, Trial by fire. © 1 c. June 30, 1942; D 81122. 

2, Boomerang. © 1 c, June 30, 1942; D 81121. 

Julian; by Irvin LeRoy [pseud, of E. J, Rosenthal] 
© 1 c. June 23, 1942; D 81089; Erwin Joseph 
Rosenthal, Berkeley, Calif. 3778 

Just another man. © 1 c. July 2, 1942; D 81216; 
Moxley Waldo Willis, sr., Baltimore. 3779 

Just sign here; by Salem Ludwig and Joseph R. 
Horenstein. ©Ic.July 18, 1942; D 81265; Joseph 
Leonard Baum, Hartford. 3780 

Kassiani; story by A. N. Kyriacou, dramatized by 
S. Haralambides. © July 10, 1942; D 81223; 
Stefanos Haralambides, Syracuse. 3781 

Katrin; von Walther Stanletz. © 1 c. June 29, 1942; 
D 81172; S. Fischer verlag, Berlin. 3782 

King of numbers. © 1 c. July 1, 1942; D 81147; 
Herbert B. Ehrmann, Boston. 3783 

Kingdom on earth: what really happened. © 1 c. 
July 7, 1942; D 81200; Franklin Newman, New 
York. 3784 

Knock on wood. © 1 c. July 6, 1942; D 81186; Paul- 
ine E. Olson, North Hollywood, Calif. 3785 

Kraft music hall; Nov. 6, 13, 20, 27, Dec. 4, 11, 18, 
25,1941, Jan. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, Feb. 5, 12, 19, 26, 
Mar. 5, 12, 19, 26, Apr. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, May 7, 
14, 21, 28, June 4, 11, 18, 25, 1942, by J. Walter 
Thompson co. © 1 c. each July 20, 1942; D 
81275-81308; Kraft cheese co., inc., Chicago. 

3786-3819 



Lady Eve. See Lux radio theatre. 

Lamp at midnight. © 1 c. July 25, 1942; D 81387; 
Barrie Stavis, New York. 3820 

Last man out; by E. R. Armstrong & Joseph Newman. 
© 1 c. June 29, 1942; D 81412; Edwin Ross Arm- 
strong, New York. 3821 

Last night's paper; by Anne Walters. © June 24, 
1942; D 81109; Row, Peterson &co., Evanston, 
m. 3822 

Last of Mrs. Cheyney. See Lux radio theatre. 

Latso Babbitt. © 1 c. July 11, 1942; D 81220; Sidney 
Easton, Corona, N. Y. 3823 

Let my people go; by Ian Hay [pseud, of I. H. Beith] 
and Milton L Shubert. © 1 c. June 23, 1942; D 
81257; Ian Hay Beith & Milton I. Shubert, New 
York. 3824 

Let's get together. © 1 c. June 30, 1942; D 81133; 
Paul Gerard Smith, Philip Dunning & Edgar 
MacGregor, New York. 3825 

Letter from a business man. See Dear Adolf. 

Letter from a farmer. See Dear Adolf. 

Letter from a housewife and mother. See Dear 
Adolf. 



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3879 



Letter from a 'working man. See Dear Adolf. 

Letzte (Das) abenteuer; von Alexander Marai, 
gestaltet von J. P. Toth. © June 4, 1941; D 
81170; J. P. Toth verlagsgesellschaft, Hamburg, 
Germany. 3826 

Life can be beautiful; episode no. 987, by Carl 
Bixby and Don Becker, © 1 c. July 24, 1942; D 
81400; Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 3827 

Like a star in the sky. © 1 c. July 8, 1942; D 81198; 
Ladislas Szecsi, Ne\v York. 3828 

Linna Nordmann; von Erna Weissenborn. © 1 c. 
June 29, 1942; D 81171; S. Fischer verlag, 
Berlin. 3829 

Lobby-lobby. © 1 c. July 7, 1942; D 81190; Sara 
Greenhill, New York. 3830 

Lockheed audition; June 9, 1942. © 1 c. June 30, 
1942; D 81131; Lord & Thomas, inc., Los Angeles. 

3831 

London night; by John Di Phillip. © 1 c. July 20, 
1942; D 81273; John Zambuto, Chicago. 3832 

Lone journey; continuity no. 528, by Sandra Michael 
and Peter Michael. © 1 c. July 24, 1942; D 
81397; Procter & Gamble co., CincinnaU. 3833 

Lone Ranger; by Fran Striker. © Lone Ranger, 
Inc., Detroit. 3834-3839 

No. 1475-688, End of the Iron spur. © 1 c. July 

3, 1942; D 81156. 
No. 1476-689, Way of the transgressor. © 1 c. 

July 8, 1942; D 81157. 
No. 1477-690, Barcley brothers downfall. © 1 

c. July 3, 1942; D 81158. 
No. 1478-691, High-graders. © 1 c. July 3, 

1942; D 81159. 
No. 1479-692, Bread upon the waters. © 1 c. 

July 3, 1942; D 81160. 
No. 1480-693, One wide river. © 1 c. July 3, 

1942; D 81161. 

Long and short of it. © 1 c. July 8, 1942; D 81215; 
MaxweU Maltz, New York. 3840 

Love affair. See Lux radio theatre. 

Lux radio theatre; by J. Walter Thompson co. © 
Lever bros. co., Cambridge, Mass. 3841-3874 
Nov. 10, 1941, Hold back the dawn. © 1 c. July 

20, 1942; D 81342. 
Nov. 17, 1941, Merton of the movies. © 1 c. 

July 20, 1942; D 81341. 
Nov. 24, 1941, Maisie was a lady. © 1 c. July 

20, 1942; D 81340. 
Dec. 1, 1941, A man's castle. © 1 c. July 20, 

1942; D 81339. 
Dec. 8, 1941, The doctor takes a wife. © 1 c. 

July 20, 1942; D 81338. 
Dec. 15, 1941, All this and heaven too. © 1 c. 

July 20, 1942; D 81337. 
Dec. 22, 1941, Remember the night. © 1 c. 

July 20, 1942; D 81336. 
Jan. 5, 1942, Smilin' through. © 1 c. July 20, 

1942; D 81335. 
Jan. 12, 1942, A tale of two cities. © 1 ^:. July 

20, 1942; D 81334. 
Jan. 19, 1942, The devil and Miss Jones. © 1 c. 

July 20, 1942; D 81333. 



Jan, 26, 1942, Here comes Mr. Jordan. © 1 c. 

July 20, 1942; D 81332. 
Feb. 2, 1942, Skylark. © 1 c. July 20, 1942; D 

81331. 
Feb. 9, 1942, City for conquest. © 1 c. July 20, 

1942; D 81330. 
Feb. 16, 1942, Blossoms in the dust, © 1 c. 

July 20, 1942; D 81329. 
Feb. 23, 1942, Appointment for love. © 1 c. 

July 20, 1942; D 81328. 
Mar. 2, 1942, The great lie. © 1 c. July 20, 

1942; D 81327. 
Mar. 9, 1942, The Lady Eve. © 1 c. July 20, 

1942; D 81326. 
Mar. 16, 1942, Manpower. © 1 c. July 20, 1942; 

D 81325. 
Mar. 23, 1942, The strawberry blonde. © 1 c. 

July 20, 1942; D 81324, 
Mar. 30, 1942, I wanted wings. © 1 c. July 20, 

1942; D 81323. 
Apr. 6, 1942, The fighting sixty-ninth. © 1 c. 

July 20, 1942; D 81322, 
Apr. 13, 1942, Northwest mounted police. © 1 

c. July 20, 1942; D 81321. 
Apr. 20, 1942, One foot in heaven, © 1 c. July 

20, 1942; D 81320. 
Apr. 27, 1942, Penny serenade, © 1 c, July 20, 

1942; D 81319. 
May 4, 1942, Suspicion. © 1 c. July 20, 1942; D 

81318. 
May 11, 1942, The last of Mrs. Cheyney. © 1 c. 

July 20, 1942; D 81317. 
May 18, 1942, A man to remember. © 1 c. July 

20, 1942; D 81316. 
May 25, 1942, Test pilot. © 1 c. July 20, 1942; 

D 81315. 
June 1, 1942, Ball of fire. © 1 c. July 20, 1942; 

D 81314. 
June 8, 1942, Arise my love. © 1 c. July 20, 

1942; D 81313. 
June 15, 1942, You belong to me. © 1 c. July 20, 

1942; D 81312. 
June 22, 1942, Bedtime story. © 1 c. July 20, 

1942; D 81311. 
June 29, 1942, The champ, © 1 c. July 20, 1942; 

D 81310, 
July 6, 1942, Love affair. © 1 c. July 20, 1942; 

D 81309. 

Mile. Fifl. See Flfi and Rachel. 

Maisie was a lady. See Lux radio theatre. 

Man for Washington; by Marion Wefer. © June 25, 
1942; D 81113; Row, Peterson &co., Evanston, 
ni. 3875 

Man to remember. See Lux radio theatre. 

Manpower. Se£ Lux radio theatre. 

Man's castle. See Lux radio theatre. 

March of Ume; July 9, 16, 23, 1942. © 1 c. July 11, 
18, 25, 1942; D 81217, 81261, 81389; Time, inc., 
New York. 3876-3878 



Martha; or, The fair at Richmond, libretto freely 
translated from the original of W. Friedrich by 
M. Louise Baum & David Stevens, music by 
Friedrich von Flotow, abridged &■ simplified by 
D. Stevens. © June 24, 1942; D 76149; C. C. 
Birchard &co., Boston. 3879 



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3880 



pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 



Mary, Mary, quite contrary. See Stars over Holly- 
wood. 

Mastigophorus, M. A. ©Ic.June 26, 1942; D 81097; 
Otis M. Bigelow, 3d, New York. 3880 

Matter of principal. © 1 c. July 22, 1942; D 81364; 
Philip Cohen, Washington, 3881 

Meine frau die hofschauspielerin. See Frau (Die) 
im Spiegel. 

Meine nichte - deine nichte; von Ridi Walfried 
[pseud, of Ridi Prassnigger] © May 14, 1941; D 
81168; Wilhelm Kohler verlag, Munich. 3882 

Men of the mountains. See Betwixt life and death. 

Merry widow; modern version of musical play of 
Leon and Stein, book and lyrics by Rowland Le^h 
and Randolph Carter, music by Franz Lehar. © 
July 1,1942;D 76151; Theresa Powers, Brooklyn. 

3883 

Merton of the movies. See Lux radio theatre. 

Midnight cry. © June 26, 1942; D 81208; Iva Fern 
Luther, Loi^ Beach, Calif. 3884 

Mike becomes a father; by Ralph Cattell. © 1 c. 
July 27, 1942; D 81415; Wilding picture sales 
Corp., Chicago. 3885 

Miss Winfie} and the willows. © 1 c. June 27, 
1942; D 81106; Frank Joseph Palescandolo, 
Brooklyn. 3886 

Mr. & Mrs. America; audition script, by Alonzo 
Deen Cole. © 1 c. July 17, 1942; D 81263; 
Batchelor enterprises, inc.. New York. 3887 

Mrs. Doctor Starrett; from a story idea by Jeaime 
Fagen. © 1 c. July 1, 1942; D 81212; Zachary H. 
Gabel, New York. 3888 

Moonshine brew. See All together. 

Moppet; by Bee [i. e. B. A.] Humphries. © 1 c. 
July 21,1942; D 81348; Bertha Aftilin Humphries, 
East Los Angeles, Calif. 3889 

More the merrier. ©June 22, 1942; D 81127; Frank 
Gabrielson & Irvin Pincus, New York. 3890 



Mother, dear mother, come home to us now. 
Upward and onward. 



See 



Mother's day (The honorable hypocrite); by C. 
Goetz and D. Otvos, from Die tote tante, by C. 
Goetz. © 1 c. July 27, 1942; D 81418; Curt Goetz, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. & Dorian Otvos, Hollywood, 
Calif. 3891 

Murder by a diplomat. See Green Hornet. 

Murder club. © 1 c. July 21, 1942; D 81347; Peter 
Jean Vest, New York. 3892 

My melancholy baby; inspired by the song of the 
same title, by Ernie Burnett. © 1 c. June 24, 
1942; D 80608; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc.. 
New York. 3893 



My soldier son; by Fern [i. e. I. F.] Luther. © 
June 26, 1942; D 81207; Iva Fern Luther, Long 
Beach, Calif. 3894 

Ned Jordan, the federal ace; by Fran Striker. © 
Federal ace, inc., Detroit. 3895; 3896 

No. 186, Helium shipment. © 1 c. July 3, 1942; 

D 81162. 
No. 187, Three dead flies. © 1 c. July 3, 1942; 

D 81163. 

Net result; by Edna C. Culver. © June 24, 1942; D 
81108; Row, Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 3897 

Nichevo. © 1 c. July 24, 1942; D 81386; Margaret 
Booth, New York. 3898 



Nine o'clock women. © 1 c. June 16, 1942; D 

Lillian G. Genn, Long Island City, N. Y. 3899 

No place for angels. © 1 c. July 23, 1942; D 81370; 
Anna Gordon & Alice Altschuler, New York, 

3900 

Northwest mounted police. See Lux radio theatre, 

O, liberty. © 1 c. July 14, 1942; D 81231; John V, 
Morris, jr., Boston. 3901 

Oblivion. © 1 c. June 16, 1942; D 81115; Rebecca 
Steinhardt, New York, 3902 

Ohl Adolf. © 1 c. July 9, 1942; D 81384; Samuel 
Shaylor Gibbons, Archer, Fla. 3903 

Oh, Johnny; by John Randall. © July 21, 1942; D 
81419; Samuel French, New York, 3904 

On the Arizona strip. See Death Valley days. 

One Betty Godfrey. See One Miss Godfrey. 

One foot in heaven, gee Lux radio theatre. 

One-handed clock; by Leo Rosencrans. ' © 1 c, July 
18, 1942; D 81262; Wilding picture sales corp,, 
Chicago. 3905 

One Miss Godfrey; or, One Betty Godfrey. © 1 c, 
July 21, 1942; D 81343; Frances L. Barrett, New 
York. 3906 

One wide river. See Lone Ranger. 

Over here; by Catherine Blankenship & Maxinne 
[i. e. M. M.] Lechleitner. © 1 c. June 27, 1942; 
D 81193; Mary Maxinne Lechleitner, Bristolville, 
O. 3907 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins; continuity no. 2327, by 
Orin Tovrov. © 1 c. July 24, 1942; D 81402; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 3908 

Pa and ma - the news; episode no. 1, by W. K. 
Norman. © 1 c. June 19, 1942; D 81256; Edmond 
Clark Sprague, Chicago. 3909 

Pair of queens; by O. A. Harbach, A. Seymour Brown 
and Harry Lewis. © 1 c. July 16, 1942; D 81247; 
Otto A. Harbach, Mamaroneck, N. Y. 3910 

Pamela. ©1 c. July 25, 1942; D 81391; Frank Irving 
Fletcher, New York. 3911 



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3964 



Papa is all. © June 22, 1942; D 81129; Patterson 
Greene, West Los Angeles, Calif. 3912 

Penny serenade. See Lux radio tlieatre. 

Pepsodent company broadcast © Lord & Thomas, 
inc., Los Angeles. 3913-3916 

May 26, June 2, 9, 1942. © 1 c. eacti June 26, 

1942; D 81096, 81095, 81094. 
June 16, 1942. © 1 c. June 30, 1942; D 81132. 

Peril at Peace River. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Philosopher's stone. © Elizabeth Jordan, Pitts- 
burgh. 3917, 3918 
1st broadcast © 1 c. July 9, 1942; D 81394. 
2d broadcast © 1 c. July 9, 1942; D 81367. 

Piece of bread. © 1 c. June 26, 1942; D 81099; 
Nicholas John Andromedas, Jersey City. 3919 

Portrait of boy with ladder. © 1 c. June 22, 1942; 
D 81409; Bella Spewack & Samuel Spewack, New 
Hope, Pa. 3920 

Post toastles time; by Benton & Bowles, inc. © 
General foods Corp., New York. 3921-3926 

June 4, 11, 18, 1942. © 1 c. each June 29, 1942; 

D 81406, 81405, 81404. 
June 25, July 2, 1942. © 1 c, each July 14, 1942; 

D 81408, 81407. 
July 16, 1942. © 1 c. July 25, 1942; D 81403. 

Proud to be black. © 1 c. June 23, 1942; D 81077, 
Florence Fransioli Busby, Salisbury, N. C. 

3927 

Queen of Spades; by Alexander Pushkin, dramatized 
by F. Davis. © 1 c. July 2, 1942; D 81150; Fitz- 
roy Davis, Evanston, 111. 3928 

Quote unquote. © 1 c. June 23, 1942; D 81079; Nor- 
man Robert Ford, Santa Ana, Calif. 3929 

Red Riding Hood, See Stars over Hollywood. 

Reliese [?] from beyond. © 1 c. July 6, 1942; D 
81191; Primo Raddl, New York. 3930 

Remember poor Jim; by Salem Ludwig. © 1 c. July 
18, 1942; D 81267; Joseph Leonard Baum, Hart- 
ford. 3931 

Remember the night See Lux radio theatre. 

Rescue of Ted. See Death Valley day^. 

Return to Eden. © 1 c. July 6, 1 i2; D 81382; 
Whitfield Cook, Lyme, Conn. 3932 

Reunion in Kansas City. © 1 c. July 20, 1942; D 
81269; Bernard Sabath, Rock Island, lU. 3933 

Right to happiness; no. 629, by Irna Phillips. © 1 
c. July 24, 1942; D 81399; Procter & Gamble co., 
Cincinnati. 3934 

Ring around Elizabeth; by Charl Armstrong [pseud, 
of C, A. Lewi] © June 22, 1942; D 81125; Char- 
lotte Armstrong Lewi, New Rochellc, N. Y. 

3935 

Rinso's Big sister; nos. 1489-1493, by Julian Funt 
© 1 c. each July 23, 1942; D 81359-81363; Lever 
bros. CO., Cambridge, Mass. 3936-3940 



Road closed-detour; by Walter Stone. © June 24, 
1942; D 81112; Row, Peterson &co., Evanston, 
IlL 3941 

Road of life; episode no. 1249, by Irna Phillips. © 
1 c. July 24, 1942; D 81401; Procter & Gamble 
CO., Cincinnati. 3942 

Room 31. © 1 c. June 29, 1942; D 81119; George 
Sutton, Washington. 3943 

Saviours (The); by Clemence Dane [pseud, of W. 
Ashton] © June 19, 1942; D 81205; Winifred 
Ashton, London. 3944 

Scenes for student actors; dramatic selections 
from new plays, v. 5, ed, with notes by Frances 
Cosgrove. © June 11, 1942; A 165265; Samuel 
French, New York, 3945 

Separate rooms; by J, Carole & A, Dinehart © 
May 21, 1942; D 81224; Joseph Carole & Alan 
Dinehart, Hollywood, Calif. 3946 

Separation. © 1 c, July 22, 1942; D 81352; Harry 
Kalmanowitz, Brooklyn, 3947 

Seven with one blow. © 1 c. July 13, 1942; D 81222; 
Ben Levinson, New York. 3948 

76 Jessfield road, © 1 c. June 30, 1942; D 81136; 
Ralph Thomas Kettering, Chicago. 3949 

Shadows. © 1 c. July 13, 1942; D 81233; Nancy Lee 
Peery, Raleigh, N. C. 3950 

Shop windows. © 1 c. July 13, 1942; D 81350; Clara 
Zeidelman, Philadelphia. 3951 

Skylark. See Lux radio theatre. 

Sleeper jump. © 1 c. July 8, 1942; D 81184; George 
S. Kaufman, New York & Herman J. Mankiewicz, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. 3952 

Smilin' through. See Lux radio theatre. 

So I aint normal. © 1 c. July 23, 1942; D 81373; 
Louis PoUock, New York. 3953 

Sob stuff. © 1 c. July 16, 1942; D 81258; Evelyn 
Neuenburg, Altadena, Calif. 3954 

Sparks. © 1 c. July 10, 1942; D 81214; John Joseph 
Davidson, San Francisco. 3955 

Spring, 1600. © 1 c. July 6, 1942; D 81179; Emlyn 
Williams, London. 3956 

Squaring accounts. © 1 c. July 15, 1942; D 81251; 
Dominic Francis Mendola, New York. 3957 

Stage door canteen. © 1 c. July 7, 1942; D 81180; 
Fitzroy Davis, Evanston, 111. 3958 

Star Spangled Banner and the old-timer. ® 1 c. June 
25, 1942; D 81090; Leonard Grover, jr., Brooklyn. 

3959 

Stars over Hollywood. © Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 

3960-3964 
June 20, 1942, Diamond solitaire, by Albert 
Mannheimer. © 1 c. July 3, 1942; D 81174. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. 1, n. s., V. l&i 



June 27, 1942, Mary, Mary, quite contrary. © 

1 c. July 13, 1942; D 81235. 
July4, 1942, Hand on my shoulder, by Paul Pierce 

and Paul West. © 1 c. July 14, 1942; D 81232. 
July 11, 1942, His rightful heritage. © 1 c. July 

20, 1942; D 81272. 
July 18, 1942, Contract for Red Riding Hood, by 

James Bloodworth. © 1 c. July 25, 1942; D 

81392. 

Stories of Jonathan Crunch; or. Home for the aged. 
© 1 c. July 14, 1942; D 81234; Joan Coons, 
Jamaica, N. Y. 3965 

Story of Mary Marlin; episode 1897. © 1 c. June 
30, 1942; D 81120; Jane Crusinberry, Chicago. 

3966 

Strange reunion. © 1 c. July 10, 1942; D 81204; 
Samuel H. Cohen & William S. Gailmor, New 
York. 3967 

Strawberry blonde. See Lux radio theatre. 

Suspicion. See Lux radio theatre. 

Symphony on the G string. © 1 c. July 6, 1942; D 
81255; Louis Random, Sunnyside, L. I., N. Y. 



Tag no. 1, 184, 463. © 1 c. July 3, 1942; D 81175; 
David Levy, New York. 3969 

Take my best. © June 26, 1942; D 81209; Iva Fern 
Luther, Long Beach, Calif. 3970 

Tale of two cities. See Lux radio theatre. 

Tell her the world has changed. © 1 c. July 7, 1942; 
D 81192; Ernest Ray Kittredge, Dedham, Mass. 

3971 
Test pilot. See Lux radio theatre. 

Texaco star theatre; June 21, 28, 1942, by Fred 
Allen. © 1 c. June 25, July 2, 1942; D 81083, 
81142; Batchelor enterprises, inc., New York. 

3972, 3973 

That Sunday school spirit. © 1 c. July 6, 1942; D 
81181; Bernard Allen Balmuth, Hollywood, Calif. 

3974 

They burned the books. © June 18, 1942; D 81274; 
Stephen Vincent Benet, Stonington, Conn. 3975 

They shall inherit. © 1 c. July 20, 1942; D 81346; 
Evan A. Stephens, New York. 3976 

Three dead flies. See Ned Jordan, the federal ace. 

Three dots and a dash; by Tom Taggart. © June 
26, 1942; D 81126; Samuel French, New York. 

3977 

Three graces. © 1 c. July 14, 1942; D 81229; R. 
E. Bakalar, Richmond, 3978 

Three in a bed. © 1 c. June 24, 1942; D 81081; 
Frank Wilde, Port Chester, N. Y. 3979 

Three little shields; by H. W. Witte. © 1 c. July 
10, 1942; D 81213; Harold William Witte & Bar- 
tow Henry Koopman, Garden City, L. I., N. Y. 

3980 



Tick-tock man. © 1 c. July 20, 1942; 
Leslie Allen Jones, Providence. 



D 81270; 
3981 



Title withheld. © 1 c. June 26, 
Jonas Weiss, New York. 



1942; D 



81092; 
3982 



To Thee we pray. © 1 c. July 23, 1942; D 81371; 
James O'Donald Mays, Marietta, Ga. 3983 

Topsy; based on episodes from Uncle Tom's cabin 
by Harriet Beecher Stowe. © 1 c. June 12, 1942; 
D 80585; Yasha Frank, New York. 3984 

Torment in greasepaint. © 1 c. July 21, 1942; D 
81344; Erwin Wiechert, Brooklyn. 3985 

Tote (Die) tante. See Mother's day. 

Trapped. © 1 c. July 1, 1942; D 81145; William T. 
Creagh, Ashley, Pa. 3986 

Trial by fire. See It's a racket. 

True love never. © 1 c. July 11, 1942; D 81219; 
Llewellyn Miller, New York. 3987 

Twelve boys from Drenko; or. The wrath of God. 
© 1 c. June 27, 1942; D 81105; Thomas Lennon, 
Los Angeles. 3988 

Twelve chairs. See Diamond to sit on. 

Twelve midnight. © 1 c. July 11, 1942; D 81218; 
Harry Wagstaff Gribble, New York. 3989 

12 years afterward. © 1 c. July 9, 1942; D 81385; 
Samuel Shaylor Gibbons, Archer, Fla. 3990 

Twilight of the mind. © 1 c. June 11, 1942; D 81114; 
Joseph N. Mackey & John P. Dwyer, New York. 

3991 

Two in a cloud. © 1 c. July 15, 1942; D 81248; 
Henry Adrian, Chicago. 3992 



Two's a crowd. © 1 c. June 27, 1942; 
Robert Wallace Russell, New York. 



D 81102; 
3993 



Uncle Sam's good neighbors; by Willis N. Bugbee. 
© July 8, 1942; D 81366; Willis N. Bugbee co., 
Syracuse. 3994 

Uncle Tom's cabin. See Topsy. 

Undertow; chap. 1. © 1 c. July 22, 1942; D 81353; 
Lucille Lang & Thomas Moff ett, Los Angeles. 

3995 

Unseen hand; by Vellya Porla [pseud, of Porla 
Ceresney] © 1 c. July 14, 1942; D 81410; Porla 
Ceresney, Toronto. 3996 

Upward and onward; or. Mother, dear mother, come 
home to us now, by Marion Leonard Bishop. © 
June 24, 1942; D 81110; Row, Peterson & co., 
Evanston, III. 3997 

Very nice dinner; by Patricia Collinge. © 1 c. May 
23, 1942; D 81149; American theatre wing war 
service, inc.. New York. 3998 

Vial ending. © 1 c. July 2, 1942; D 81143; Philip 
Cohen, Washington. 3999 



118 



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no. 7, 1942 



4009 



Vic & Sade; June 11, 1942, by Paul Rhymer. © 1 
c. July 24, 1942; D 81395; Procter & Gamble 
CO., Cincinnati. 4000 

Viva la parrita. © 1 c. June 1, 1942; D 81383; 
Thomas Seabrook Hunter, Monterey, N. L., 
Mex. 4001 

Way of the transgressor. See Lone Ranger. 

Where there's life. © 1 c. July 22, 1942; D 81365; 
James Burns /Uardlce, Canton, O. 4002 



Wife takes a child. © 1 c. July 25, 1942; D 

Phoebe Ephron & Henry Ephron, New York. 4003 

Will the circle be unbroken. © June 26, 1942; D 
81210; Iva Fern Luther, Long Beach, Calif. 4004 

Winter soldiers. © 1 c. June 27, 1942; D 81139; 
Daniel Lewis James, Hollywood, Calif. 4005 



Wise guys know ways; by Helen Sloan Stetson. © 1 
c. July 16, 1942; D 81243; American theatre 
wing war service, inc., New York. 4006 

Woman in white; continuity no. 1156, by Irna Phil- 
lips. © 1 c. July 24, 1942; D 81396; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 4007 

Wrath of God. See Twelve boys from Drenko. 

Yesterday's cakes; by Geoffrey Niles. © 1 c. July 
1, 1942;D 81137;Clifford Ivan Hale, Woodbridge, 
Conn. 4008 



You belong to me. See Lux radio theatre. 

Your land and mine; book and lyrics by Ada Simp- 
son Sherwood, music by Lily Strickland. © July 
10, 1942; D 76153; Mills music, inc.. New York. 

4009 



Number of entries of dramas included in Part 1, group 3, of the Catalog since Jan. 2, 1942: 

Dramatic compositions (including 2,391 unpublished) 2,718 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 30 unpublishe<0 40 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 51 unpublished) 77 

Dramatico-musical compositions in foreign languages (including 3 unpublished) 7 

Total—- - - - 2,842 



119 



TITLES OP DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[4009 



Across the border; by Beulah Marie Dix[i. e. B. D. 
Flebbe] © Beulah Dix Flebbe, Pacific Palisades, 
Calif. R 110063, July 6, 1942. 1 

Barnabetta; by Marian De Forest, dramatized from 
Helen R. Martins novel. © Edward S. De Forest, 
Bath, N. y. R 110437, July 24, 1942. 2 

Boomerang; by Winchell Smith & Victor Mapes. © 
Phoenix state band & trust co., Hartford. R 
109312, May 25, 1942. 3 

Bulkeley peerage; by Arthur Wing Pinero. © C. N. 
Hughes &ETeleen Mills, London. R 110120, July 
10, 1942. 4 

Case of Becky; by Edward Locke. © Benjamin F. 
Roeder, trustee of the estate oi David Belasco, 
New York, R 109519, June 23, 1942. 5 



© Reina Belasco Gest, New York. R 
109520, June 23, 1942. 6 

Electric man; musical comedy, bk. & lyrics. © 
Charles William Tackenberg, Cincinnati- R 
110241, July 13, 1942. 7 

Greater evlL © George Kelly, New York. R 110121, 
July 10, 1942. 8 

Green stockings. & A. E. W. Mason, London. R 
110124, July 10, 1942. 9 

He fell in love with his wife; founded on E. P. Roe's 
famous novel, by W. C. Jordan. © Walter C. 
Jordan, New York. R 110125, July 9, 1942. 10 



In the limeligh^ by James Forbes. © Anthony H. 
Forbes &RobertE. Forbes, New York. R 110255, 
July 16, 1942. 11 

Innocent; adapted from the Hungarian of Arpad 
Pasztor, by G. Broadhurst © George Broadhurst, 
Santa Barbara, Calif. R 110122, July 10, 1942. 

12 

Intruder. © Charles William Tackenberg, Cincin- 
nati. R 109667, July 1, 1942. 13 

Mystic shrine; by Avery Hopwood. © City bank 
farmers trust co.. New York. R 109940, July 2, 
1942. 14 

Parted sisters. © F. Ursula Payne, Brooklyn. R 
110123, July 10, 1942. 15 

Thirst and other one act plays. © Eugene G. O'Neill, 
New York. R 109539, June 26, 1942. 16 



This way out; by Frank M. Stammers. © John J. 
Stammers, Lena T. Stammers, Alice M. Stammers, 
Margaret C. Stammers, Catherine J. Stammers & 
Joseph C. Stammers, New York. R 108721, May 
9, 1942. 17 

Twin beds; by M. Mayo & Salisbury Field. © Mar- 
garet Mayo, Harmon-on- Hudson, N. Y. &Isobel 
Field, Carpenteria, Calif. R 109700, July 3, 1942. 

18 

Unexpected (The); by Aaron Hoffman. © Minnia Z. 
Hoffman, New York. R 108977, June 8, 1942. 19 



120 



CLASSES L AND M 



MOTION PICTXJRES 



Adios senor. © Dec. 31, 1941; 
ettes, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 



M 12679; Featur- 
4010 



Apache trail; based upon a story by Ernest Haycox. 
© June 23, 1942; L 11435; Loew's, inc., New York. 

4011 

Arthur Murray taught me dancing in a hurry. © 
May 25, 1942; M 12595; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 4012 

Autobiography of a tract. © July 3, 1942; M 12688; 
Scriptures visualized institute, Chicago, 4013 

Baby wants a botUeship. © July 3, 1942; L 11439; 
Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. 4014 

Barbee-cues. © May 27, 1942; M 12627; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 4015 

Beware, the vigilantes. See Perils of the Royal 
mounted. 

Big Rock Candy Mountains. © June 8, 1942; M 
12657; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 4016 

Bless 'em all. © June 15, 1942; M 12672; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 4017 

Blow, Gabriel blow. © June 8, 1942; M 12653; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4018 

Bob-o-link. © June 15, 1942; M 12671; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 4019 

Boss of Hangtown Mesa. © July 14, 1942; L 11457; 
Universal pictures co., inc.. New York. 4020 

Boxcar rhapsody. © June 1, 1942; M 12636; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 4021 

Bridge to the sky. See Perils of the Royal mounted. 

Bright stars, soft guitars and you. © May 25, 1942; 
M 12594; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 4022 

Bugs Bunny gets the bold. © July 18, 1942; M 12689; 
Vitaphone corp. , New York. 4023 

Calling Dr. Gillespie; from an original story by 
Kubec Glasmon, based upon characters created by 
Max Brand. © June 16, 1942; L 11431; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 4024 

Cannons on wings. © title, descr. & 20 prints reed. 
June 17, 1942; M 12631; Bell aircraft corp., 
Buffalo. 4025 

City streets. © July 3, 1942; M 12664; Scriptures 
visualized institute, Chicago. 4026 

Civilian courage conquers. See Junior G-men of the 
air. 



Cooks and crooks. © June 5, 1942; L 11423; RKO- 
radlo pictures, inc.. New York. 4027 

Courtship of Andy Hardy; based on characters by 
Aurania RouveroL © Feb. 10, 1942; L 11441; 
Loew's, inc.. New York. 4028 

Crater City. © June 26, 1942; M 12632; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 4029 



Crossroads. © June 23, 1942; L 11436; 
inc. , New York. 



Loew's, 
4030 



Dapger in the Pacific. © July 7, 1942; L 11443; 
Universal pictures co., inc.. New York. 4031 

Destination unknown. © July 23, 1942; L 11468; 
Universal pictures co., inc.. New York. 4032 

Donald's gold mine. © Feb. 19, 1942; L 11428; 
Walt Disney productions, Burbank, Calif. 4033 

Don't sit under the apple tree. © June 8, 1942; M 
12652; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 4034 

Eagle squadron; from the story by C. S. Forester. 
© June 29, 1942; L 11432; Universal pictures co., 
inc.. New York. 4035 

Escape from crime. © July 23, 1942; L 11469; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc.. New York. 4036 

Exotic Mexico. © June 18, 1942; M 12643; Loew's, 
inc.. New York. 4037 

Ferris wheel. © June 8, 1942; M 12654; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4038 

First swallow. © Mar. 24, 1942; L 11415; Loew's, 
inc.. New York. 4039 

Flight lieutenant. ©June 28, 1942; L 11453; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 4040 

Food-weapon of conquest. © June 5, 1942; M 12704; 
Warwick pictures, inc.. New York. 4041 



For the common defense. <! 
Loew's, inc.. New York, 



June 18,1942; L 11451; 
4042 



Girl after my heart. © Dec. 31, 1941; M 12682; 
Featurettes, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 4043 

Great railroad at work. © title & descr. reed. July 
2, 1942; 251 prints reed. June 27; M 12644; New 
York, New Haven & Hartford railroad, New Haven. 

4044 

Handing it back. © tiUe & descr. reed. July 18, 1942; 
128 prints reed. July 16; M 12673; Jam Handy 
picture service, inc., Detroit. 4045 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTMES 



4046 



pt. 1, n, s.. V. 1 5 



Hangin* round the fountain, © Dec. 31, 1941; M 
12687; Featurettes, inc., HoUywood, Calif. 4046 

Havin* a time in Havana. © June 15, 1942; M 12669; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4047 

Hedda Hopper's Hollywood; no. Z 104, © June 19, 
1942; M 12599; Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. 4048 

Her cardboard lover; based upon a play by Jacques 
Deval. © May 26, 1942; L 11416; Loew's, inc., 
New York. 4049 

Hidden danger. See Overland mail. 

Home on the kitchen range. © Dec. 31, 1941; M 
12675; Featurettes, inc., Hollywood, Calif, 4050 

I shut my mouth for Uncle Sam. © May 25, 1942; M 
12593; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago, 4051 

Imprisoned in flames. See Overland mail. 

In dreams only. © Dec. 31, 1941; M 12685; Featur- 
ettes, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 4052 

Incredible stranger. ©June 18, 1942; L 11430; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 4053 

Jackass mail; based upon a story by C. Gardner 
Sullivan. © June 16, 1942; L 11442; Loew's, inc., 
New York. 4054 

Jivin' jam session. © July 20, 1942; L 11460; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 4055 

Junior G-men of the air; chap. no. 12, Civilian cour- 
age conquers. © June 23, 1942; L 11418; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc.. New York. 4056 

Lady in a jam. © June 29, 1942; L 11433; Universal 
pictures cOo, inc., New York. 4057 

Lady or the tiger; from the story by Frank R. Stockton, 
© Apr, 14, 1942; L 11434; Loew's, inc.. New York, 

4058 

Let 'em go alive. © July 15, 1942; M 12702; Para- 
mount pictures, inc.. New York. 4059 

Let's get tough. © May 22, 1942; L 11456; Monogram 
pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 4060 



Little Annie Rooney, © Dec. 31, 1941; 
Featurettes, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 



M 12678; 
4061 



Little co-ed. © Dec. 31, 1941; M 12676; Featurettes; 
inc., HoUywood, Calif. 4062 

Little Dutch mill, © June 1, 1942; M 12635; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4063 



Little snow 
ettes, Inc 



© Dec. 31, 1941; M 12686; Featur- 
HoUywood, Calif. 4064 



Making a clay portrait. © July 22, 1942; M 12703; 
Vanguard productions, Chicago. 4065 

March of time; v. 8, no. 11. © June 5, 1942; M 12600; 
Time, inc.. New York. 4066 



March on, America. © June 26, 1942; L 11424; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc., New York. 4067 

Masked moimtie. See Perils of the Royal mounted. 

Men of Texas. © July 9, 1942; L 11452; Universal 
pictures CO., inc., New York, 4068 

Moonlight cocktaU. © June 8, 1942; M 12655; 
Soxmdies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4069 

Movietone news; v. 24, nos. 77-85. © Jxme 2, 4, 9, 
11, 16, 18, 23, 25, 30, 1942; M 12623, 12624, 
12661-12663, 12698-12701; Movietonews, Jnc„ 
New York, 4070-4078 

My favorite spy, © Apr. 29, 1942; L 11414; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc.. New York. 4079 

My little cousin, © May 25, 1942; M 12592 ;Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4080 

Name was Smith. © Dec. 31, 1941; M 12677; Featur- 
ettes, inc., Hollywood, Calif, 4081 

New soldiers are tough. © July 17, 1942; M 12690; 
Warwick pictures, inc.. New York, 4082 

News of the day; v, 13, nos. 273-282. © May 26, 
28, June 2, 4, 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, 25, 1942; M 
12590, 12591, 12629, 12630, 12650, 12651, 12665, 
12666, 12696, 12697; Hearst Metrotone news, 
inc., New York. 4083-4092 

Night in New Orleans; based on a story by James R. 
Langham. © May 4, 1942; L 11464; Paramount 
pictures, inc.. New York. 4093 

Night raiders. SSS. Perils of the Royal mounted. 

Oh gee, oh gosh, oh golly I'm in love, © June 1, 
1942; M 12634; Soundies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 4094 

One thrilling night. © July 24, 1942; L 11455; 
Monogram pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

4095 

Overland maU, © Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 4096-4098 

Chap. no. 7, The path of peril. © June 24, 1942; 

L 11420. 
Chap. no. 8, Imprisoned in flames. © June 24, 

1942; L 11421, 
Chap. no. 9, Hidden danger. © June 24, 1942; L 

11419. 

Parachute athletes. © June 19, 1942; M 12598; 
Paramount pictures, inc.. New York, 4099 

Paramount news; nos. 55-75. © l/tar, 6, 10, 13, 17, 
20, 24, 27, 31, Apr. 3, 7, 10, 14, 17, 21, 24, 28, 
May 1, 5, 8, 12, 15, 1942; M 12601-12621; Para- 
mount pictures, inc.. New York. 4100-4120 

Pardon my sarong. © July 21, 1942; L 11466; 
Universal pictures co,, inc.. New York, 4121 



Path of peril, gee Overland mail. 



Perils of the Royal mounted. 
Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 



© Columbia pictures 
4122-4128 



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no. 7, 1942 



Chap. no. 1, The totem talks. © May 25, 1942; 

L 11444. 
Chap. no. 2, The night raiders. © May 27, 1942; 

L 11445. 
Chap. no. 3, The water god's revenge, © May 

27, 1942; L 11446. 
Chap. no. 4, Beware, the vigilantes. © June 15, 

1942; L 11447. 
Chap. no. 5, The masked mountie. © June 19, 

1942; L 11448. 
Chap. no. 6, Underwater gold, © June 22, 1942; 

L 11449. 
Chap. no. 7, Bridge to the sky. © July 1, 1942; 

L 11450. 

Pete Smith's scrapbook. © May 28, 1942; M 12628; 
Loew's, inc.. New York. 4129 

Picturesque Patzcuaro. © May 28, 1942; M 12589; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 4130 

Pierre of the plains; based upon the play bv Edgar 
Selwyn- © June 16, 1942; L 11425; Loew's, inc.. 
New York. 4131 

Pigeon patroL © July 17, 1942; M 12691; Universal 
pictures co., inc. & Walter Lantz production. 
New York. 4132 

Prairie Gunsmoke. © July 16, 1942; L 11459; Co- 
lumbia pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 4133 

Puss n' Toots. © May 28, 1942; L 11429; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 4134 

Riders of the Northland. © June 18, 1942; L 11458; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 4135 

Rip Van Winkle's daughter. © Dec. 31, 1941; M 
12680; Featurettes, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 4136 

Rocky Mountain big game. © June 10, 1942; M 
12647; Warner bros. pictures, inc.. New York. 

4137 

She's in the army. © May 15, 1942; L 11461; 
Monogram pictures corp. , Hollywood, Calif. 

4138 

Shy Anne from old Cheyenne. © May 25, 1942; M 
12597; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 4139 

Silver bullet © July 3, 1942; L 11437; Universal 
pictures co., inc.. New York. 4140 

Skylark. © June 8, 1942; M 12656; Soundies distri- 
buting corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 4141 

Sleepwalker. © Jan. 5, 1942; L 11427; Walt Dis- 
ney productions, Burbank, Calif. 4142 

Sleepy time down South. © May 25, 1942; M 12596; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4143 

Smart Alecks. © July 3, 1942; L 11465; Monogram 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif, 4144 

Steel for victory. © title, descr, &297 prints reed. 
June 22, 1942; M 12622; United States steel corp. 
of Delaware, Pittsburgh, 4145 



Superman in Volcano. © July 10, 1942; L 11454; 
Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. 4146 

Sweater girl; based on a story by Beulah Marie Dix 
and Bertram Mlllhauser. © May 4, 1942; L 
11463; Paramount pictures, inc.. New York, 

4147 

Swingin' soldier man. © June 15, 1942; M 12670; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4148 

Take a letter, darUng. © July 3, 1942; L 11438; 
Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. 4149 

Teacherl teacherl © Dec. 31, 1941; M 12681; 
Featurettes, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 4150 

Texas trouble shooters, © June 12, 1942; L 11417; 
Range busters, inc, , North Hollywood, Calif, 

4151 

That ol' ghost train, © June 1, 1942; M 12637; 
Soundies distributing corp, of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4152 

This gun for hire; based on the novel by Graham 
Greene. © June 19, 1942; L 11412; Paramount 
pictures, inc.. New York, 4153 

This was Paris; based on an original story by Gor- 
don Wellesley & Basil Woon, © Mar. 21, 1942; 
L 11413; Warner bros. first national pictures, 
inc.. New York, 4154 

Three litUe sisters. © June 15, 1942; M 12667; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4155 

Timber. © July 21, 1942; L 11467; Universal pic- 
tures CO., inc.. New York. 4156 

Totem talks. See Perils of the Royal mounted. 

Tulips shall grow, © June 26, 1942; L 11440; Para- 
mount pictures, inc. New York. 4157 

Underwater gold. See Perils of the Royal mounted. 

Universal newsreel; v. 15, nos. 83-94. © May 12, 
14, 19, 21, 26, 28, June 2, 4, 9, 11, 16, 18, 1942; 
M 12639-12642, 12645, 12646, 12659, 12660, 
12692-12695; Universal pictures co., inc.. New 
York. 4158-4169 

Unusual occupations; no. L 1-5. © June 26, 1942; 
M 12649; Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. 

4170 

Victory is our business. © title, descr. & 99 prints 
reed. July 18, 1942; M 12674; General motors 
public relations, Dayton, O. 4171 

Victory quiz. © Apr. 30, 1942; M 12626; Loew's, 
inc.. New York, 4172 

Wacky blackout © July 11, 1942; M 12658; Vita- 
phone corp,, New York, 4173 

Water god's revenge. See Perils of the Royal 
mounted. 

Wave-a-stick blues. © June 15, 1942; M 12668; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4174 



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4175 



pt. 1, n. s., T. 15 



Wedded blitz. © Mar. 13, 1942; L 11422; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 4175 

When the roses bloom again. © June 1, 1942; M 
12633; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 4176 

Willie, the window washer. © Dec. 31, 1941; M 
12684; Featurettes, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 4177 

Wolf chases pigs. ©Apr. 30, 1942; L 11462; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Angeles. 4178 



Wrestling octopus. © Apr. 3, 1942; M 12648; Co- 
lumbia pictures corp., HoUsrwood, Calif. 4179 

Yank on the Burma road. ©Feb. 10, 1942; L 11426; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 4180 

You can bet your boots and saddle. © Dec. 31, 1941; 
M 12683; Featurettes, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 

4181 

You're a shot in the arm. © June 1, 1942; M 
12638; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 4182 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1942: 

Motion picture photoplays 562 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 778 

Total - 1340 



124 



TITLES OF MOTION PICTURES OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED UNDER 
SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[4182 



Birth of a nation; based on Thomas Dixon's novel, 
The clansman. © Epoch producing corp., Wau- 
kesha, Wis. R 109505, June 22, 1942. 1 

Circus man. © Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 
R 110128, July 9, 1942. 2 

Clansman. See Birth of a nation. 

Clemenceau case; adapted from Alexander Dumas' 
novel. © Twentieth century -Fox film corp.. 
New York. R 109673, June 30, 1942. 3 

Devil's daughter; adapted from Joseph H. Trant's 
translation of Gabriel D'Annunzio's La gioconda. 
© Twentieth century-Fox film corp.. New York. 
R 109675, June 30, 1942. 4 

Fedora. See Princess Romanoff. 

Gioconda. See Devil's daughter. 

It's no laughing matter. © Paramount pictures, inc.. 
New York. R 110129, July 9, 1942. 5 



Plunderer; adapted from Grace Miller White's novel. 
© Twentieth century -Fox film corp.. New York. 
R 109678, June 30, 1942. 6 

Princess Romanoff; adapted from Joseph H. Trant's 
translation of Victorien Sordou's novel Fedora. 
© Twentieth century-Fox film corp.. New York. 
R 109676, June 30, 1942. 7 

Resurrection (The) See Woman's resurrection. 

Rose of the rancho. © Paramount pictures, inc.. 
New York. R 110127, July 9, 1942. 8 

What's his name. © Paramount pictures, inc.. New 
York. R 110126, July 9, 1942. 9 

Woman's resurrection; suggested by Count Leo 
Tolstoy's book The Resurrection. © Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp.. New York. R 109677, 
June 30, 1942. 10 

Wormwood; adapted from Marie Corelli's novel. © 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp., New York. 
R 109674, June 30, 1942. 11 



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THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

of 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

Published by Authority of the Acts 
of Congress of March 3, 1891, 
of June 30, 1906, and of 
March 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 

Including 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1942 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 15 

No. 8 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, issued monthly, contains 
titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles 
of the entries made in Class "D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico-musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class "L," Motion-picture photoplays, and Class "M," Motion pictures other than 
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To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations used 
in this part are as follows: "D, ' Class D, Dramatic compositions: "h," Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; 
and "M," Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays, "® ' implies copyright registration of a pub- 
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by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed under section 23 of 
the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue immediately following the drama list, and a list of 
motion pictures of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed, will be foimd immediately following the 
motion picture list. 

The annual index contains the titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion pictures. 
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to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright If requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1942. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, perio^cals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo°engravings, or photo- 
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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

Note.— If the claimant of copyright Is the same as the author, no statement of authorship Is given. 



Again and again. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 
Adele S. Osherson, New York. 



1942: 



D 81652; 
4183 



Against the storm; episode no. 720, by Sandra 
Michael. © 1 c. July 31, 1942; D 81404; Procter 
k Gamble co., Cincinnati. 4184 

Air power. 8§e Report to the nation. 

All-Ajnerican ape; by William M. Kephart, © July 
27, 1942; D 81598; Samuel French, New York. 

4185 

Amant (L') de Madame Vidal. See Item - one lover. 

Angel of mercy; based on the life of Clara H. 
Barton. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1942; D 81694; Warren 
Perry Munaell, jr., New York. 4186 

Are you a missing heir; book no. 84. © 1 c. Aug. 
5, 1942; D 81536; James F. Waters 6 Alfred E. 
Shebel, New York. 4187 

Are you helping to lose the war; by A. L. Weeks. 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1942; D 81665; WUdlng picture 
sales Corp., Chicago. 4188 

Are you kiddin'; or. Get going. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1942; 
D 81654; Guy Bolton & Eddie Davis, New York. 

4189 

As I remember. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1942; D 81506; 
Raymond Saalbach, Collingdale, Pa. 4190 

Ask Julia. © 1 c. July 30, 1942; D 81432; James 
Kelly, Michigan City, Ind. 4191 

At ease; v. 1, ed. & compiled by the Writers & ma- 
terial committee of Camp shows, inc. © July 
23, 1942; AA 407110; Camp shows, inc., New 
York. 4192 

Audrey Hyslop wrote these; by Audrey Hyslop. © 
Dec. 15, 1941; D 81642; Samuel French, ltd., 
London. 4193 

Aunt Emily's miracle. © 1 c. July 30, 1942; D 
81453; Paul Louison Adams, New York. 4194 

Awake with me. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1942; D 76159; 
Morris Sol Berger, Brooklyn. 4195 

Bacio (II) di una morta. See Dama Nera. 

Back cover. © 1 c. July 30, 1942; D 81456; Jerome 
K. Abbs, Detroit. 4196 

Back of the neck. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1942; D 1606; 
Robert Crosby Colson, Fort Francis E. W xren, 
Wy. 4197 

Ballerina. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1942; D 81543; Marie 
Henriette Gerac, New York. 4198 



Battle against inflation. See Report to the nation. 

BatUe of the Pacific, Fletcher Pratt 6 Albert 
Warner. See Report to the nation. 

Bayou moon. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1942; D 76158; Charles 
Moran 6 Frances Moran, St. Louis. 4199 

Bed named Murphy. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1942; D 81587; 
Theodore R. Nathan, New York. 4200 

Before excellence. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1942; D 81682; 
Helen Frances Ingersoll, Santa Barbara, Calif. 

4201 

Bills for victory. See Green Hornet. 



Birthday party. 



Challenge of the Yukon. 



Bishop's fantasia; book by Michael Mercury [pseud, 
of A. H. MalUs] © 1 c. July 30, 1942; D 81450; 
Alexander Hagl Mallis, Berlin, N. H. 4202 

Blackouts of 1942; by Ken Murray [pseud, of K. A. 
Doncourtj © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1942; D 81540; Kenneth 
A. Dottcourt, Pacific Palisades, Calif. 4203 

Booster boys. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1942; D 81545; 
Barbara Ruth Coar, New Hope, Pa. 4204 



Breed of Moloch. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1942; D 

William Albert Grew, Washington. 4205 

Bright penny. © 1 c. July 30, 1942; D 81451; Paul 
Pettit &, Irene Vargo, New York. 4206 

Buckeye trail; by C. M. Theisen & Elnora Barbara 
Theisen.origiJialideaby Roland Zane McColloch. 
© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1942; D 81625; Clara May 
Theisen, South Pasadena, Calif. 4207 

Bustles to jitterbugs; or. Father Time goes swing. 
© 1 c. July 24, 1942; D 81566; George Albert 
McCaulley, New York. 4208 

Cakes are better than bullets. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1942; 
D 81636; Beatrice Kroll, New York. 4209 

Calamity kids; by Jay Tobias. © July 27, 1942; D 
81447; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 4210 

Cape Cod Anne; by G. W. Gulesian, © 1 c. July 23, 
1942; D 76160; Grace Warner Gulesian, Newton, 
Mass. 4211 



Captain Jeffords and Chief Cochise. 
Valley days. 



See Death 



Carmen Jones; by Oscar Hammerstein, 2d, music 
by George Bizet, adaptation of the score by 
Robert Russell Bennett. [Text only] © 1 c. 
July 31, 1942; D 81455; Oscar Hammerstein, 2d, 
Doylestown, Pa. 4212 



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4213 



pt 1, n. s., V. 15 



Case of Al Brengard. See Gang busters. 

Case of Bobby Horn. See Gang busters. 

Case of the Tommy Martin gang. See Gang busters. 

Case of Tom Slaughter. See Gang busters. 

Cattleman cash. See Lone Raider. 

Challenge of the Yukon; by Tom Dougall. © Chal- 
lenge of the Yukon, inc., Detroit 4213-4216 
No, 238, Malachuck Pass. © 1 c. July 31, 1942; 

D 81482 
No, 239, Birthday party. © 1 c. July 31, 1942; 

D 81483. 
No. 240, SmaUpox, © 1 c. July 31, 1942; D 

81484. 
No. 241, King remembers. © 1 c. July 31, 1942; 

D 81485, 

Christmas story. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1942; D 81635; 
David Donley, Chicago. 4217 

Citizen Franklin of Philadelphia, © 1 c. Aug. 24, 
1942; D 81671; Bernard J. Reines, Boston. 4218 

Coastguards, See Schoolof the air of the Americas. 
Americans at work. 

Cold bug; by Donald H. Howe. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1942; 
D 81547; Commercial films, inc., Cleveland. 

4219 

Combined production & resources board of the 
United States & Great Britain. See Report to 
the nation. 

Community clinics, better hospitalization and out- 
side patient care through the amazing economi- 
cal discoveries of an old country doctor. ©June 
16, 1942; D 81544; William Franklin Hooper, 
Oklahoma City. 4220 

Confidence man. ^e Dr. Christian. 

Contest; by WiUiam Longgood. © July 27, 1942; D 
81570; Gerald Ray Fuller, Lockport, N. Y, 4221 

Conversion of government See Report to the nation. 

Counterfeit © 1 c, July 27, 1942; D 81648; Helen 
Jerome, New York, 4222 

Courage; A new kind of magic, by Evelyn Berckman, 
© 1 c. Aug, 3, 1942; D 81505; Lenore Tobin, 
New York. 4223 

Credit unions - peoples' banks; based on Public 
affairs pamphlet no, 50. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1942; 
D 81549; Public affairs committee, inc.. New 
York. 4224 

Crime doctor; nos, 104-107, © 1 c, July 29, Aug, 
5, 12, 19, 1942; D 81430, 81535, 81585, 81641; 
Max Marcin, New York. 4225-4228 

Crime plays, © 1 c. July 29, 1942; D 81434; 
Clifford HunUey Jackson, Chicago. 4229 

Curse of Cairo; by Mabel Constanduros fc Howard 
Agg. © June 4, 1942; D 81644; Samuel French, 
ltd., London. 4230 



Dakota days; libretto & music by B. E, Britton. © 
Aug, 18, 1942; D 76161; B, Ellen Britton, Sioux 
FaUs, S, D. 4231 

Dama (La) Nera; owero, II bacio di una morta, 
tratto dal romanzo del Bacio di una morta di 
Carolina Invernizio. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1942; D 
81618; Oronzo Peconio, Chicago. 4232 

Dancing fool; lyrics by H. Behar, music by Robert 
N. Schanzer. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1942; D 76162; 
Harry Behar, New York, 4233 

Dangerous ladies; by Hilda Manning [pseud, of James 
Reach] © July 27, 1942; D 81596; Samuel French, 
New York, 4234 



Date book. See 77 Quaker street 

Daughter of Babylon. © 1 c, Aug, 14, 1942; D 
81600; Florence Galentine, Venice, Calif, 4235 

Dawn of a new spirit; with accompaniments of vocal 
& instrumental music in the public domain. © 
1 c. Aug, 14, 1942; D 81602; Henry Pearlman, 
New York, 4236 

Dear Adolf, © Stephen Vincent Benet, New York, 

4237, 4238 
Letter from a foreign born American. © 1 c. 

Aug. 4, 1942; D 81511, 
Letter from an American soldier, © 1 c. July 
28, 1942; D 81422. 

Death by the clock. See Ned Jordan, the federal ace. 

Death Valley days; by McCann-Erickson, inc. © 
Pacific coast borax co.. New York. 4239-4241 
July 30, 1942, Mr. Kettle's political career. © 

1 c. July 30, 1942; D 81495. 
Aug. 6, 1942, The murder brand. © 1 c. Aug. 

15, 1942; D 81611. 
Aug. 13, 1942, Captain Jeffords and Chief Cochise. 

© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1942; D 81612. 

Detour. © 1 c. July 29, 1942; D 81435; Celia 
Anderson, New York. 4242 

Devil in the parlor. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1942; D 81518; 
Ruth S. Brodie & Toby Rowland, New York. 4243 

Devils wear velvet © 1 c. July 30, 1942; D 81452; 
Jessie L. Marvin, New York. 4244 

Disappointed life. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1942; D 81676; 
Letha A. Watson, San Francisco. 4245 

Disordered spring, © 1 c, Aug, 12, 1942; D 81589; 
Amanda M, Ellis, Colorado Springs, 4246 



Disprezzo e vendetta. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1942; D 
81620; Oronzo Peconio, Chicago. 4247 

Dr. Christian. © McCann-Erickson, inc.. New 
York, 4248-4250 

Episode no, 192, The perfect catalyst © 1 c, 

July 30, 1942; D 81496, 
Episode no. 193, Confidence man. © 1 c. Aug. 

15, 1942; D 81609, 
Episode no, 194, Through the courtesy of. © 1 

c. Aug. 15, 1942; D 81610. 



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no. 8, 1942 



4289 



Dr. McGregor takes a look. © 1 c. Axig. 15, 1942; 
D 81621; Barbara Constantopoulos & Marian 
Dothwell, New York. 4251 

Doctor will see you now. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1942; D 
81695; Edward Quayle, Evanston, 111. 4252 

Don Quixote and Sancho. © July 30, 1942; D 81500; 
Manuel Komroff, New York. 4253 

Double in murder. See Lone Ranger. 

Down in the heart of Texas; by Ned Albert. © Aug. 
12, 1942; D 81597; Samuel French, New York. 

4254 

Dukkehjem (Et); by Henrik Ibsen, ed.with a vocabu- 
lary by Marie Schnieders, with an introduction 
by Einar Haugen. © Jan. 28, 1942; AA 406529; 
Marie Schnieders, Northampton, Mass. 4255 

Dynamic art. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1942; D 81574; John 
Laurence Seymour, Sacramento, Calif. 4256 

Easy to love. See Stars over Hollywood. 

Enemy escort. © 1 c. July 27, 1942; D 81517; 
William Howard Harris & Ester Marie Harris, 
New York. 4257 

Every family has one; by George Donald Batson. © 
1 c. July 22, 1942; D 81554; Samuel French, 
New York. 4258 

Farmer in the spring of '42. See Report to the 
nation. 

Fascist's holiday. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1942; D 81581; 
David Dargin, New York. 4259 

Father Time goes swing. See Bustles to jitterbugs. 

Figlia dell' appicato. See Strana vendetta di una 
pazza. 



Fun with folk tales; text by Gertrude Lamed Sloane, 
music compiled by G. L. Sloane in collaboration 
with Plowden Kernan. © July 11, 1942; D 76163; 
E. P. Dutton & CO., inc., New York. 4260 

Gang busters. © Phillips H. Lord, New York. 

4261=4265 
Program no. 273, Case of Al Brengard. © 1 c. 

July 29, 1942; D 81428. 
Program no. 274, Case of the Tommy Martin 

gang. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1942; D 81519. 
Program no. 275, Case of Tom Slaughter, pt. 1. 

© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1942; D 81573. 
Program no. 276, Case of Tom Slaughter, pt. 2. 

© 1 c. Aug. 18, 1942; D 81630. 
Program no. 277, Case of Bobby Horn. © 1 c. 

Aug. 26, 1942; D 81691. 

General Fishel - David. © 

1 c. Aug. 26, 1942; D 81684; Oscar Ostroff, New 
York. 4266 

Gentlemen's agreement. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1942; D 
81651; Adile S. Osherson, New York. 4267 

Gerrymander. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1942; D 81670; 
Bernard J. Reines, Boston. 4268 



Get going. See Are you kiddin'. 

Girl's best friend. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1942; D 81686; 
Frank MerUn, New York. 4269 

Give me the sun. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1942; D 81590; 
Janet Durrie Shafroth, Chevy Chase, Md. 4270 

Go to blazes. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1942; D 81688; Frank 
Harrington, Elmira, N. Y. 4271 

Government girl. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1942; D 81577; 
Fletcher Floyd Isbell, Arlington, Va. 4272 

Green circle. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1942; D 81661; 
Samuel John Park, New York. 4273 

Green grass, dry grass. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1942; D 
81580; James Vance Chinello, Los Angeles. 4274 

Green Hornet; by Fran Striker. © Green Hornet, 
inc., Detroit. 4275=4277 

No. 564, Bills for victory. © 1 c. July 31, 1942; 

D 81486. 
No. 565, No sale to the Axis. © 1 c. July 31, 

1942; D 81487. 
No. 566, The invisible enemy. © 1 c. July 31, 

1942; D 81488. 

Gusher, so lived an oil town. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1942; 
D 81560; Larry Jean Fisher, Saratoga, Tex. 

4278 

Hail Jinu © 1 c, Aug. 24, 1942; D 81672; Mack M. 
Greene, Xenia, O. 4279 

Happy landmark. © 1 c. July 31, 1942; D 81489; 
John Herbert Bacher, New York. 4280 

Harem scarem. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1942; D 81520; 
Milton Herbert Gropper, New York. 4281 

by Fred [i. e. J. F.] Ballard. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 

1942; D 81564; John Frederick Ballard, New 
York. 4282 

Haunted rock. See Lone Ranger. 

He signed his name; based on a short story by 
Melville Davisson Post, entitled Naboth's vine- 
yard. © 1 c. June 27, 1942; D 81605; Elizabeth 
Apthorp McFadden, New York. 4283 

Heaven can wait; by Harry Segall. © July 4, 1942; 
D 81493; Jed Harris, Santa Monica, Calif. 4284 

Heloise and Abelard. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1942; D 
81616; Thomas Hartley Stone, Richmond. 4985 

Heritage. © 1 c. July 6, 1942; D 81532; Roy P. 
Squire, Pasadena. 4286 

Hills of Bataan; by Stanley Richards [pseud, of S. 
Myers] © 1 c. Aug. 8, 1942; D 81557; Stanley 
Myers, Brooklyn. 4287 

Home came Hattie. © July 29, 1942; D 81502; Jay 
Tobias, Odessa, Mo. 4288 



Homestead proved up. See Lone Ranger. 

Ideal husbands. © 1 c. July 16, 1942; 
David Cecil Rosetahl, New York. 



D 81531; 
4289 



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4290 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt 1. lu s.. Y. 15 



Income taxes. See Report to the nation. 

Invisible enemy. See Green Hornet 

Iron man. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1942; D 81565; Isador 
Schlessel, Brooklyn. 4290 

Item - one lover; adapted from L'amant de Madame 
Vidal, by Louis VerneuiL © 1 c. July 30, 1942; 
D 81433; Henry Baron, New York. 4291 

It's got to be hot © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1942; D 81637; 
Henry Steig, Gaylordsville, Conn. 4292 

It's in the air. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1942; D 81679; 
Francis Swann, Hollywood, Calif. & Z. Myers, 
West Los Angeles, Calif. 429^ 

Ivanhoe; dramatized from the novel of Sir Walter 
Scott, by Muriel Brown, ed. by Claude Merton 
Wise. © Sept 19, 1930; D 81491; Row, Peterson 
&C0., Evanston, 111. 4294 

Japanese evacuation. See Report to the nation. 

Japanese sand-bag man; or, Poor Butterfly's 
American sailor returns with the U. S. fleet, the 
marines and the air corps, by Edward L. 
Friedman. © Aug. 10, 1942; D 81647; NatL re- 
ference library, Cleveland. 4295 

John Doe. © July 27, 1942; D 81448; Bernard Victor 
Dryer, Arlington, Va. 4296 

Johnny get your gun; by Parnell Bradbury. © May 
1, 1042; D 81643; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

4297 

Kept husbands; by Mrs. Fremont [i. e. C] Older. 
© 1 c. June 29, 1942; D 81567; Cora Older, 
Cupertino, Calif. 4298 

King remembers. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Labor piracy. See Report to the nation. 

Labor piracy in war industry, Paul V. McNutt See 
Report to the nation. 

Lady from London. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1942; D 81593; 
Edwin B. Self, Milwaukee. 4299 

Lady in the park. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1942; D 81561; 
Barney Gerard, White Plains, N. Y. 4300 

Layette. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1942; D 81653; Ad^le S. 
Osherson, New York. 4301 

Learn to live; by Ida Jouvette McGowan [pseud, of 
M. M. Slappey] © 1 c. July 25, 1942; D 81571; 
Mary McGowan Slappey, Washington. 4302 

Let's learn a little Spanish; no. 1. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1942; D 81690; Time, inc.. New York. 4303 

Letter from a foreign born American. See Dear 
Adolf. 

Letter from an American soldier. See Dear Adolf. 

Liar; adapted from play by Goldoni, new English 
adaptation by Edward Eager & Alfred Drake, 
Ijrrics by E. Eager, music by John Mundy. [Text 
only] © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1942; D 81608; Edward 
McMaken Eager, New York. 4304 



Lidice, farewell; or, Red buttons. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 
1942; D 81649; Cordelia BarUett King MitcheU, 
Buffalo. 4305 

Life - blood; by Mitchell Hill. © 1 c. July 31, 1942; 
D 81507; James Irvin Miller, jr.. Fort Lewis, 
Wash. 4306 

Life can be beautiful; episode no. 1014, by Carl 
Bixby and Don Becker. © 1 c, July 31, 1942; D 
81462; Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 4307 

Lifeline; by Norman Armstrong [pseud- of B. Toy 
& N. Lee] © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1942; D 81599; 
Barbara Toy & Norman Lee, London. 4308 

Light against the sky. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1942; D 
81537; Marion A. McGuire, Chicago. 4309 

Local transportation. See Report to the nation. 

Lone journey; continuity no. 554, b.^ Sandra Michael 
and Peter MichaeL © 1 c. July 31, 1942; D 
81465; Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 4310 

Lone Ranger; by Fran Striker. © Lone Ranger, inc. , 
Detroit 4311-4321 

No. 1481-694, Sorrel- Jack outlaw horse. © 1 c. 

July 31, 1942; D 81469. 
No. 1482-695, Double in murder. © 1 c. July 31, 

1942; D 81470. 
No. 1483-696, CatUeman cash. © 1 c. July 31, 

1942; D 81471. 
No. 1484-697, Homestead proved up. © 1 c. 

July 31, 1942; D 81472. 
No. 1485-698, Haunted rock. © 1 c. July 31, 1942; 

D 81473. 
No. 1486-699, Stagecoach to Blue River. © 1 c. 

July 31, 1942; D 81474. 
No.1487-700, Stagecoach strife. © 1 c. July 31, 

1942; D 81475. 
No. 1488-701, Turn about is fair play. © 1 c. 

July 31, 1942; D 81476. 
No. 1489-702, The sick and the welL © 1 c. July 

31, 1942; D 81477. 
No. 1490-703, Votes won and votes lost © 1 c. 

July 31, 1942; D 81478. 
No. 1491-704, Twins turnabout © 1 c. July 31, 

1942; D 81479. 

Lod£ this way, please. © 1 c. Aug. 8, 1942; D 
81552; Harry Zeiger &Max Perks, Brocdtlyn. 

4322 

Lost chord. © 1 c. July 28, 1942; D 81427; Lilah 
Older Bell, College Pt, L. L,N. Y. 4323 

Love in a mist; by Kenneth Home. © June 30, 1942; 
D 81646; Samuel French, ltd., London. 4324 

Lucky Sambo. © May 18, 1942; D 81457; Harry 
Seamon, New York. 4325 

Maggie McGiUigan. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1942; D 81508; 
Joseph Kesselring, Willow, N. Y. 4326 

Make it your business; by Charles Cromer. © 1 c. 
Aug. 13, 1942; D 81591; Wilding picture sales 
Corp., Chicago. 4327 

Malachuck Pass. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

March of time; July 30, Aug. 6, 13, 20, 1942. © 1 
C.Aug. 1, 8, 15, 22, 1942; D 81498, 81558, 81614, 
Time, inc.. New York. 4328-4331 



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no. 8, 1942 



4862 



March to victory. See Report to the nation. 

Marching as two were. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1942; D 
81627; John Peter Leister, El Paso. 4332 

Mary Sue. © 1 c. June 8, 1942; D 81458; LUlian 
Cloth, New York. 4333 

Maudle is perplexed See Maudie's diary. 

Maudie's diary; May 14, 1942, Maudie is perplexed, 
by Albert G. MiUer. © 1 c. June 16, 1942; D 
81555; Stellar radio enterprises, inc.. New York. 

4334 

Maybelle - mother of invention; by V. Layton & 
Walter Landi. © 1 c. Aug. 8, 1942; D 81655; 
Viola Layton & William Lord, New York. 4335 

Meek can have it. © 1 c. July 28, 1942; D 81423; 
Leonard Richman, New York. 4336 

Merchant shipping and gasoline rationing. See Re- 
port to the nation. 

Merry-go-round of inflation. See Report to the 
nation. 

Minute men; by Donald H. Howe. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 
1942; D 81548; Commercial fUms, inc., Cleve- 
land. 4337 

Mr. Kettle's political career. See Death Valley 
days. 

Mobilization of American medicine. See Report to 
the nation. 

Montana murder. See Ned Jordan, federal ace. 

Moon is down. © Aug. 11, 1942; D 81604; John 
Steinbeck, New York. 4338 

More to be pitied than scorned. See Parted on her 
wedding mom. 

Most likely to succeed. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1942; D 
81660; Arthur Francis Brash, Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 4339 

Murder brand. See Death Valley days. 

Mystery of the perfect throw from left field and the 
conga dancer's aunt. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1942; D 
81601; Robert A. Simon, New York. 4340 

Nkboth's vineyard. See He signed his name. 

Ned Jordan - federal ace; by Fran Striker. © 
Federal ace, inc., Detroit. 4341, 4342 

No. 188, Death by the clock. © 1 c. July 31, 1942; 

D 81480. 
No. 189, Montana murder. © 1 c. July 31, 1942; 

D 81481. 

New day breaks; by Ethel Borden. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 
1942; D 81579; United nations fUms, Inc., New 
York. 4343 

New kind of magic. See Courage. 

New princess; by Edward [I. e. C. E.] Chase. © 1 
c. Aug. 3, 1942; D 81510; Charles Edward Chase, 
New York. 4344 



New recruit; by Isobel Evensen. © 1 c. July 16, 
1942; D 81497; American theatre wing war ser- 
vice, inc.. New York. 4345 

Night - music; by Luther Waring. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 
1942; D 81668; Harry Giles Earhart, Kansas City, 
Mo. 4346 

No sale to the Axis. See Green Hornet. 

Of men and the sea. See Report to the nation. 

Old home town; by J. Vincent Barrett. © Aug. 6, 
1942; D 81568; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, 
la. 4347 

Old man of the rainbow; by Melvln Muldavln. © 1 
c. Aug. 4, 1942; D 81521; Helen Simmons O'Brien, 
Lake George, N. Y. 4348 

On heaven's doorstep; pt. 2. © July 20, 1942; D 
81449; Carl A. Barrett, Chicago. 4349 

One afternoon. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1942; D 81553; 
WUllam C. Taylor, New York. 4350 

One If by land. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1942; D 81559; 
Robert Downing, New York. 4351 

Opportunist and other plays. © 1 c. July 7, 1942; 
D 81494; Edwin T. Whiff en, Bradenton, Fla. 4352 

Orpheus. © 1 c. July 8, 1942; D 81572; Paul 
Winthrop Clark, Holyoke, Mass. 4353 

Our lady of liberty; by F. Bruckner, translated by 
Rita Matthias. © 1 c. Aug. 8, 1942; D 81657; 
Ferdinand Bruckner, New York. 4354 

Out of Singapore. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1942; D 81689; 
Margaret Linden & George Dowell, New York. 

4355 

Out of the beautiful nineties; by B. Levlnson. © 1 

c. Aug. 7, 1942; D 81550; Ben Levlnson, New 

. York &Rosanna Todd, Senneville, P. Q., Canada. 

4356 

Over the coffee. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1942; D 81541; 
Doris Carew, Los Angeles. 4357 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins; continuity no. 2355 E. T., 
by Orln Tovrov. © 1 c. July 31, 1942; D 81467; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 4358 

Parted on her wedding morn; or. More to be pitied 
than scorned, by Leiand Price [pseud, of C. 
Geoi^e] © Aug. 3, 1942; D 81503; Charles 
George, Blue Ridge Summit, Pa. 4359 

Patriotic plays and programs for all grades; ed. 
by Florence Hale. © Aug. 1, 1942; AA 406876; 
Educational pub. Corp., Darlen, Conn. 4360 

Patriotic plays for radio and assembly programs. 
© July 24, 1942; AA 406103; Bemlce Wallace 
BeU, Louisville. 4361 

Perfect catalyst. See Dr. Christian. 

Pete's place. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1942; D 81687; 
Margery Wilson, Stoughton, Wis. 4362 



484612 0-42-2 



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4 363 



pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 



Pig of my dreams; by Spranger Barry [pseud, of 
Stanley Kauffman] © Aug. 10, 1942; D 81662; 
Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 4363 

Plot thickens. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1942; D 81626; Jack 
Hays, Beverly Hills, Calif. 4364 

Poor Butterfly's American sailor returns with the 
U. S. fleet, the marines and the air corps. See 
Japanese sand-bag man. 

Portrait of a hero. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1942; D 81622; 
A. E. Thomas & Patterson McNutt, Wakefield, 
R. I. 4365 

Post toasties time; by Benton & Bowles, inc. © 
General foods corp., New York. 4366-4370 

July 9, 1942. © 1 c. July 22, 1942; D 81546. 
July 23, 30, Aug. 6, 1942. © 1 c. each Aug. 19, 

1942; D 81638-81640. 
Aug. 13, 1942. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1942; D 81664. 

Pressure points. © 1 c. July 29, 1942; D 81429; 
Frederick Scheff, New York. 4371 

Professional jealousy. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1942; D 
81533; PhUlp Cohen, Washington. 4372 

Puppets in Hades. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1942; D 81542; 
Marie Henriette Gerac, New York. 4373 

Racket Town. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1942; D 81509; Ber- 
nard Myers, Atlantic City. 4374 

Really, doctor. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1942; D 81650; Ann 
Baldwin, New York. 4375 

Red buttons. See Lidice, farewell. 

Remember Bud Jones. See Town meeting. 

Rent control. See Report to the nation. 

Report to the nation. © Columbia broadcasting 
system, inc., New York. 4376-4391 

Mar. 10, 1942, Conversion of government. © 

Mar. 20, 1942; D 81437. 
Mar. 31, 1942, The farmer in the spring of '42. 

© Apr. 6, 1942; D 81438. 
Apr. 7, 1942, Transportation. © Apr. 13, 1942; 

D 81439. 
Apr. 14, 1942, Of men and the sea. © Apr. 20, 

1942; D 81440. 
Apr. 21, 1942, Local transportation. © Apr. 27, 

1942; D 81441. 
Apr. 28, 1942, Merry-go-round of inflation. © 

May 4, 1942; D 81442. 
May 5, 1942, U. S. O. © May 11, 1942; D 81443. 
May 12, 1942, Merchant shipping and gasoline 

rationing. © May 18, 1942; D 81444. 
May 26, 1942, White House press conference. 

Income taxes [and] Japanese evacuation, by 

Harold R. Isaacs & Ann Ives. © June 9, 1942; 

D 81522. 
June 10, 1942, Combined production & resources 

board of the United States & Great Britain 

[and] Speech by Oliver Lyttleton, by Harold 

R. Isaacs & Ann Ives. © June IG, 1942; D 

81524. 
June 14, 1942, Week's news by Warner [and] 

Battle of the Pacific, Fletcher Pratt & Albert 

Warner, by Harold R. Isaacs & Ann Ives. © 

June 18, 1942; D 81525. 



June 21, 1942, Rationing, Mobilization of Ameri- 
can medicine [and] Wartime transportation, 
by Harold R. Isaacs, Mai^aret Law Ebbs & 
Ann Ives. © June 25, 1942; D 81526. 

J\me 28, 1942, Rent control, War bonds [and] Air 
power, by Harold R. Isaacs, Margarette 
Lewerth &Ann Ives. © July 2, 1942; D 81527. 

July 5, 1942, March to victory, by Harold R. 
Isaacs &Ann Ives. © July 13, 1942; D 81528. 

July 12, 1942, Battle against inflation. © July 
15, 1942; D 81445. 

July 19, 1942, Labor piracy, by William Robson. 
© July 22, 1942; D 81529. 

R^ht to happiness; episode no. 714, by ImaPhillips. 
© 1 c. July 31, 1942; D 81463; Procter & Gamble 
CO., Cincinnati. 4392 

Ring around a rafter; by Shepherd Mead [i. e. E. 
Mead, jr.] © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1942; D 81658; 
Edward Mead, jr.. New York. 4393 

Road of life; episode no. 1263, by Irna Phillips. © 
1 c. July 31, 1942; D 81461; Procter & Gamble 
CO., Cincinnati. 4394 

Road to Arlington; by Matt [i. e. M. A.] Kennedy. 
© 1 c. July 28, 1942; D 81425; Martin Alphons 
Kennedy, New York. 4395 

Robin Hood; by Jduriel Brown, ed. by Claude Mer- 
ton Wise. © Sept. 18, 1930; D 81492; Row, 
Peterson & CO., Evanston, ni. 4396 

Rocco's reincarnation. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1942; D 
81575; MacDonald Peggs, St. George, S. I., N. Y. 

4397 

School of the air of the Americas. Americans at 
work; Coastguards. © Apr. 21, 1942; D 81436; 
Coliimbia broadcasting system, inc.. New York. 

4398 

Secret understanding. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1942; D 
); Geoffrey Lumb, New York. 4399 



Send out Thy light; by Dorothy Clarke Wilson, © 
July 27, 1942; D 81446; Walter H. Baker co., 
Boston. 4400 

Serbian blood. © 1 c. Aug. 8, 1942; D 81556; 
Pauline Albala, New York. 4401 

Service club. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1942; D 81459; 
WiUiam M. Kephart, PhUadelphia. 4402 

Seven to one; by Marvin Ardon [pseud, of M. A. 
Hammond] © 1 c. July 28, 1942; D 81424; 
Marvin Arthur Hammond, New York. 4403 

77 Quaker street; or, The Storey house, by Khe 
Vehe [pseud, of W. V. Johnson] based on original 
play Date book. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1942; D 81607; 
WUlard V. Johnson & Robert R. Philp, Tionesta, 
Pa. 4404 

She told it to the marines. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1942; 
D 81692; Howard McKent Barnes, Chicago. 4405 

Sick and the well. See Lone Ranger. 

Sing with WUlie Singer. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1942; D 
81685; Julie Berns, New York. 4406 



132 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 8. 1942 



J4444. 



Sisters under the skin. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1942; D 
81563; Annie Flint, Tannersville, N. Y. 4407 

Smallpox. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Smith of Stratford. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1942; D 81538; 
Charles Rabiner, Brooklyn. 4408 

Soap opera. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1942; D 81628; John 
Michael Waldron, Los Angeles, 4409 

Society versus the church; by W. A, Dutton and 
Edna Dutton. © July 15, 1942; D 81504; Presby- 
terian board of Christian education, Philadelphia. 

4410 

Some women were talking; by John Kirkpatrick. © 
July 24, 1942; D 81595; Samuel French, New York. 

4411 

Sorrel- Jack outlaw horse. See Lone Ranger. 

Southern tecnlque [1]; by Alice Cowan [i. e. A. C. 
Crawford] & W. C. Jackson. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 
1942; D 81582; Alice Cowan Crawford & William 
Chapin Jackson, Greenwich, Conn. 4412 



Speech by Oliver Lyttleton, 
nation. 



See Report to the 



Sport (The) © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1942; D 81659; Gardner 
Hunting, Long Beach, Calif. 4413 

Spot of tea; by Gemma d'Auria [1. e. G. A. D. Hous- 
ton] © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1942; D 81680; Gemma 
Abkazoff d'Auria Houston, Hollywood, Calif. 

4414 

Stagecoach strife. See Lone Ranger. 

Stagecoach to Blue River. See Lone Ranger. 

Stars grow bright © 1 c. July 31, 1942; D 81460; 
John Murray Whiting, Brooklyn. 4415 

Stars over Hollywood. © Bowey's, inc. , Chicago. 

4416, 4417 
July 25, 1942, Tabloid, by Lew Reed. © 1 c. Aug. 

1, 1942; D 81539. 
Aug. 1, 1942, Easy to love, by Arthur Laurents. 
© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1942; D 81624. 

Stars over Spangleland; words by H. Q. Lathers, 
music by H. Q. Lathers, Jean G. Page and Ronald 
G. Hammond. © 1 c. July 11, 1942; D 76157; 
Helen Quackenbush Lathers, Johnstown, N. Y. 

4418 

Stay on the beam; by Donald H. Howe. © 1 c. Aug. 
15, 1942; D 81623; Commercial films, inc., 
Cleveland. 4419 

Storey house. See 77 Quaker street 

Strana (La) vendetta di una pazza; owero. La figlia 
dell' appicato. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1942; D 81619; 
Oronzo Peconio, Chicago. 4420 

Sure cure. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1942; D 81603; Howard 
R. Evans, San Jose, Calif. 4421 

Surprise attacks in bits and skits; compiled by 
Leslie H. Carter, ed. by Ellen M GalL © July 
2, 1942; AA 406163; Banner play bureau, inc., 
San Francisco. 4422 



Swine at the cliff. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1942; D 81673; 
WIU Gibson, BeUerose, L. L, N. Y. 4423 



Tabloid. See Stars over Hollywood. 

Telegram. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1942; D 81675; 
Breckinridge Knight, Lexington, Ky. 



Hettie 
4424 



That lonesome horn; by Mary Kellogg [pseud, of M. 
K. Sherrill] © 1 c. July 20, 1942; D 81530; Mary 
K. Sherrill, Cambridge, Mass. 4425 

Theatre; based on the novel of the same name by S. 
Maugham. © Aug. 6, 1942; D 81594; Guy Bolton, 
Great Neck, N. Y. & Somerset Maugham, New 
York. 4426 

Thin and interesting. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1942; D 
81617; Irving Arthur Gladstone, Brooklyn, 4427 

This is the year; by George Scudder [pseud, of A. 
Vogel] © 1 c. July 30, 1942; D 81454; Arthur 
Vogel, New York. 4428 

This litUe hand. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1942; D 81681; 
Wilfrid Henry Pettitt, Los Angeles. 4429 

Those we love; episode nos. 1-5, by Agnes Ridge- 
way. © 1 c. each Aug, 5, 1942; D 81512-81516; 
T. W. L. productions, inc., Beverly Hills, Calif. 

4430-4434 

Three-night stand. © 1 c. July 29, 1942; D 81431; 
Wayne Arnold, BeUeville, 111. 4435 

Three strangers come to Sherwood; based on a story 
by Howard Pyle. © Aug. 14, 1942; D 81674; 
Mary Hurman Pyle, Williamsburg, Va. 4436 

Through the courtesy (tf. See Dr, Christian. 

Time out for love; by Guy Tedesco. © 1 c. Aug. 
10, 1942; D 81562; Joseph Sommers, Weirton,W. 
Va. 4437 

Tin Jesus; by Jerome [i. e. H. J.] Epstein & F. J. 
Cummings. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1942; D 81677; 
Florence J. Cummings & Herman Jerome Epstein, 
Flushing, N. Y. 4438 

To the best man. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1942; D 81667; 
Maybelle Carter Venable, St Louis. 4439 

Tomorrow's yesterday; by J. Ruster Kinnard. © 1 
c. Aug. 6, 1942; D 81534; Jack R. Kinnard, 
Summerdale, Pa. 4440 

Tourists welcome. © 1 c. Aug, 11, 1942; D 81588; 
Erwin van CorUand, Forest Hills, N. Y. 4441 

Town meeting; or, Remember Bud Jones. © 1 c. 
Aug. 11, 1942; D 81578; Harold Igo, YeUow 
Springs, O. 4442 

Transportation. See Report to the nation. 

Trapper call; music by E. E. Menges, bk. and ly- 
rics by G. R. Webster. © 1 c. July 9, 1942; D 
76156; Edward E. Menges, St Louis & Glenn R. 
Webster, Middletown, O. 4443 

Truth about Ann. © July 30, 1942; D 81501; Thomas 
Lenncm, Los Angeles. 4444 



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4445 



pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 



Turn about is fair play. See Lone Ranger. 

Twins turnabout. See Lone Ranger. 

Uncle Ezra's wlU. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1942; D 81586; 
Irma Edna Chandler, Howard Beach, L. I., N. T. 

4445 

U. S. O. See Report to the nation. 

Vic and Sade; July 21, 1942; by Paul Rhymer. © 1 
c. July 31, 1942; D81468; Procter & Gamble co., 
Cincinnati. 4446 

Victory belles. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1942; D 81683; 
Alice Gerstenberg & Henry Adrian, Chicago. 

4447 

Victory kiss. © Ic.Aug. 7, 1942; D 81551; Theodore 
Hirsch, Arlington, Va. 4448 

Violins of his dream; by J. V. Millford [pseud, of 
W. F. Sipek] © 1 c. July 29, 1942; D 81426; 
Walter Frank Sipek, Cleveland. 4449 

Votes won and votes lost. See Lone Ranger. 

Waacky. ©Aug. 5, 1942; D 81569; Margaret Harton, 
Sapulpa, Okl. 4450 

War bonds. See Report to the nation. 

Wartime transportation. See Report to the nation. 

We have seen His star; book & lyrics by Edith 
Sanford Tillotson, incidental music by Miriam 
Lois Fisher [pseud, of Ira B. Wilson] © June 
30, 1942; D 76155; Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, O. 

4451 

We live again. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1942; D 81615; David 
Levy, New York. 4452 

Week's news by Warner. See Report to the nation. 



Wheat situation. See Report to the nation. 

When Shakespeare's ladies meet. © Aug. 7, 1942; 
D 81583; Charles George, Blue Ridge Summit, 
Pa. 4453 

When were you born; by Alec [i. e. Alexander] 
DuBin. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1942; D 81576; Alexander 
DuBin, Philadelphia. 4454 

White House press conference. See Report to the 
nation. 

Who was Silvia; by Debby Dare [pseud, of L. B. G. 
Reinherz] © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1942; D 81584; Leona 
B. Gosman Reinherz, New York. 4455 

Wildcat Willie buys a bond; by Anne Coulter Martens. 
© Aug. 10, 1942; D 81663; Dramatic pub. co., 
Chicago. 4456 

Windy Wold; by Dorothy Linsley. © June 30, 1942; 
D 81645; Samuel French, ltd., London. 4457 

With love, yours truly; by Isabel Mirell [pseud, of 
L Donald] © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1942; D 81678; Isabel 
Donald, Los Angeles. 4458 

Woman in white; continuity no. 1181, by Irna 
PhilUps. © 1 c. July 31, 1942; D 81466; Procter 
& Gamble co., Cincinnati. 4459 

Wonders of the world. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1942; D 
81592; Barney Gerard, White Plains, N. Y. 4460 



World war n. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1942; 
Harriet A. Gaul, Piitsburgh. 



D 81613; 
4461 



Wrestling with the angel; by F. Bruckner, translated 
by Joseph Bernstein. © 1 c. Aug. 8, 1942; D 
81656; Ferdinand Bruckner, New York. 4462 

You must say please. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1942; D 81490; 
George Paddock, New York. 4463 



Number of entries of dramas included in Part 1, Group 3, of the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1942: 

Dramatic compositions (including 2623 unpublished)— »-»„> „...» 2989 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 34 unpublished) — —- 45 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 54 impublished) — 82 

Dramatico- musical compositions in foreign languages (including 3 unpxiblished) — 7 

Total—— — - - — — — 3123 



134 



I 



TITUEIS OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[4463 



Blue rose; zodiacal phantasy, book 6 lyrics by M. 
Gillespie, music by George Chittenden Turner. 
© Marian Gillespie, New York. R 110877, Aug. 
17, 1942. 1 

On trial; by Elmer L. Reizenstein [i. e. E. Rice] © 
Elmer Rice, New York. R 110696, Aug. 3, 1942. 

2 



Plays for school children. © Anna M. Lutkenhaus, 
St. Petersburg, Fla. R 109575, June 27, 1942. 3 

Private John Brown. © Charles A. De Lima, New 
York. R 110914, Aug. 17, 1942. 4 

Song of songs; by E. Sheldon, based on the novel by 
Hermann Sudermann. © Edward Sheldon, New 
York. R 110705, Aug. 6, 1942. 5 



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MOTION PICTURES 



Adventures of Smilin' Jack. © Universal pictures 
CO., inc., New York. 4464-4466 

Chap. no. 1, The high road to doom. © Aug. 21, 

1942; L 11539. 
Chap. no. 2, The Rising Sun strikes. © Aug. 21, 

1942; L 11540. 
Chap. no. 3, Attacked by bombers. © A\ig. 21, 

1942; L 11541. 

Affairs of Martha. © July 7, 1942; L 11474; Loew's, 
inc.. New York. 4467 

All out for V. © Aug. 7, 1942; M 12760; Terrytoons, 
inc.. New Rochelle, N. Y. 4468 

Ambushed ambulance. See Captain Midnight. 

Are husbands necessary; adapted from the book, 
by Isabel Scott Rorick. © June 11, 1942; L 
11521; Paramoimt pictures, inc., New York. 

4469 

At the Club Savoy. © July 13, 1942; M 12779; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4470 

Attacked by bombers. See Adventures of Smilin' 
Jack. 

Automobile. (Rev.) © June 30, 1942; M 12719; 
Eastman kodak co., Rochester, N. Y. 4471 

Babalu. © July 13, 1942; M 12783; Soundies distri- 
buting Corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 4472 

Backyard colorations. © Aug. 8, 1942; M 12765; 
Scriptures visualized institute, Chicago. 4473 



Bats in the belfry, 
inc.. New York. 



July 1, 1942; L 11472; Loew's, 
4474 



Betrayed by law. See Perils of the Royal mounted. 

Beyond the blue horizon; based on a story by E. 
Lloyd Sheldon and Jack DeWitt. © May 1, 1942; 
L 11488; Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. 

4475 

Big street; from the story. Little pinks. © July 27, 
1942; L 11532; RKO-radio pictures, inc., New 
York. 4476 

Biggest aspidastra in the world. © June 29, 1942; 
M 12725; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 4477 

Blazing beacons. See Perils of the Royal mounted. 

Blazing wagons. See Overland mail. 

Blondie for victory; based upon the comic strip 
created by Chic Young. © Aug. 1, 1942; L 
11489; Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4478 



Bowling alley-cat. © July 1, 1942; L 11473; Loew's, 
inc.. New York. 4479 

Breathless. © June 22, 1942; M 12712; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4480 

Cairo; based upon an idea by Ladislas Fodor. © 
Aug. 11, 1942; L 11524; Loew's, inc.. New York. 

4481 

Captain Midnight; based in the radio serial. © 
Columbia pictures corp., Holljnipood, Calif. 

4482, 4483 
Chap. no. 5, Ambushed ambulance. © Mar. 15, 

1942; L 11478. 
Chap. no. 6, Weird waters. © Mar. 22, 1942; L 
11492. 

Churchill's Island. © Apr. 3, 1942; M 12761; War- 
wick pictures, inc.. New York. 4484 

Clap, clap for rhythm. © July 13, 1942; M 12780; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4485 

Continental (The) ©July 6, 1942; M 12734; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4486 

Cyclone Kid. © May 31, 1942; L 11514; Republic 
pictures corp.. New York, 4487 

Deep in the heart of Texas. © Aug. 21, 1942; L 
11538; Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 

4488 

Desert wonderland. © Aug. 1, 1942; M 12757; 
Twentieth century -Fox film corp.. New York. 

4489 

Devil with Hitler; from an adaptation by Cortland 
Fitzsimmons. © Aug, 6, 1942; L 11520; Hal 
Roach studios, inc.. New York. 4490 

Dr. Broadway; from a story by Borden Chase. © 
May 1, 1942; L 11498; Paramount pictures, inc.. 
New York, 4491 

Doin' the hot foot, © July 6, 1942; M 12736; Soun- 
dies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4492 

Doin' their bit, © July 9, 1942; L 11471; Loew's, 
inc.. New York, 4493 

Draftsman. © Feb. 1, 1942; M 12715; Vocational 
guidance films, inc., Des Moines, 4494 

Electrician. © Feb. 1, 1942; M 12717; Vocational 
guidance films, inc., Des Moines. 4495 

Enemy agents meet Ellery Queen. © July 30, 1942; 
L 11490; Columbia pictures Corp., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4496 



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no. 8, 1942 



4534 



Engineering. © Feb, 1, 1942; M 12716; Vocational 
guidance films, inc., Des Moines. 4497 

Fight that fire. © July 16, 1942; M 12740; Transfilm, 
inc. , New York. 4498 

Flashing light signals. © title & descr. reed. Aug. 
7, 1942; 143 prints reed- Aug. 6; M 12739; Jam 
Handy picture service, inc., Detroit 4499 

Flying with music. © Aug. 6, 1942; L 11506; Hal 
Roach studios, inc.. New York. 4500 

Frenzied mob. See Overland mail. 

Gay sisters; based upon the novel by Stephen Long- 
street © Aug. 1, 1942; L 11495; Warner bros. 
pictures, inc.. New York. 4501 

Get hep to love. © Aug. 25, 1942; L 11543; Univer- 
sal pictures CO., inc., New York. 4502 

Give out, sisters. © July 27, 1942; L 11477; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 4503 

Good man is hard to find. © July 13, 1942; M 12782; 
Soundies distributing corp, of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4504 

Great impersonation; from the novel by E. Phillips 
Oppenheim. © Aug. 18, 1942; L 11523; Univer- 
sal pictures co. , inc. , New York. 4505 

Guardians of the sea. © July 17, 1942; M 12758; 
Twentieth century- Fox film corp,. New York. 

4506 

Hedda Hopper's HoUywood; no. 5. © Aug. 14, 1942; 
M 12771; Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. 

4507 

Hi, neighbor. © July 27, 1942; L 11507; Republic 
pictures corp,. New York. 4508 

Hidden hunger. © May 1, 1942; L 11505; Industrial 
patents corp. , Chicago. 4509 

High road to doom. See Adventures of Smilin' Jack. 

Hillbilly blitzkrieg. © July 10, 1942; L 11526; 
Capital productions, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 4510 

His last bow. See Sherlock Holmes and the voice of 
terror. 

Holy sacrifice of the mass. © June 5, 1942; M 
12766; James E. Hayes, Orange, N. J. 4511 

How to play baseball. © June 21, 1942; L 11470; 
Walt Disney productions, Burbank, Calif. 4512 

How to weld aluminum. © title, descr, & 297 prints 
reed. Aug. 22, 1942; M 12784; Aluminum co. of 
America, Pittsburgh. 4513 

Hunter's paradise. © Ar.,. a, 1942; M 12742; 
Warner bros. pictures, iic. New York, 4514 

I remember you. © June 29, 1942; M 12724; Soun- 
dies distributing corp. of America, inc. , Chicago. 

4515 

Ice capers. © Mar. 6, 1941; M 12772; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 4516 



In the claws of the cougar. See Overland mail. 

India the golden. © June 19, 1942; M 12759; Twen- 
tieth century- Fox film corp., New York. 4517 

Inside fighting Russia. © Aug. 4, 1942; M 12747; 
Warwick pictures, inc.. New York. 4518 

Into the trap. See Perils of the Royal mounted. 

Invisible agent; suggested by the Invisible man, by 
H. G. Wells. © July 11, 1942; L 11513; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 4519 

Invisible man. See Invisible agent 

Isle of missing men; from the play. White lady, by 
Gina Kauss & Ladislaus Fodor, © Aug. 7, 1942; 
L 11527; Monogram pictures corp., Hollywood, 
Calif. 4520 

It's a dog's life. © Aug. 18, 1942; M 12789; Loew's, 
inc.. New York. 4521 

Jersey bounce. © June 22, 1942; M 12713; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4522 

Joan of Ozark. © Aug. 1, 1942; L 11508; Republic 
pictures corp.. New York. 4523 

Johnny Doughboy found a Rose in Ireland. © June 
29, 1942; M 12726; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 4524 

Jungle siren. © Aug. 7, 1942; L 11504; Producers 
releasing corp.. New York. 4525 

Lamplighter's serenade. © July 6, 1942; M 12738; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4526 

Law of the jungle. © Feb. 6, 1942; L 11515; Mono- 
gram pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 4527 

LitUe pinks. See Big street 

Lost in the mine. See Perils of the Royal mounted. 

Lure of the Islands, © July 3, 1942; L 11528; Mono- 
gram pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 4528 

Madame Spy. © July 28, 1942; L 11481; Universal 
pictures CO., inc. J. New York. 4529 

Magnificent Ambersons; from the novel by Booth 
Tarklngton. © July 7, 1942; L 11485; RKO radio 
pictures, inc.. New York. 4530 

Magnificent dope. © June 12, 1942; L 11476; Twen- 
tieth century-Fox film Corp., New York. 4531 

Mail goes through. See Overland malL 

Mama don't aUow it © July 6, 1942; M 12735; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4532 

Man's angle. © Aug. 14, 1942; L 11522; Paramount 
pictures, inc.. New York. 4533 

Men of the sky. © July 31, 1942; L 11494; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc.. New York. 4534 



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4535 



pt. 1, g. s., V. 15 



Miles of dough. © Aug. 14, 1942; M 12768; 
sal pictures co,, inc., New York. 



Univer- 
4535 



Mr. Blabbermouth. ® Aug. 
Loew's, inc., New York. 



1942; M 12786; 
4536 



Moonlight masquerade; based on a story by John H. 
Auer. © June 10, 1942; L 11509; Republic pic= 
tures Corp., New York. 4537 

Mountie's last chance. See Perils of the Royal 
mounted. 

Movietone news; v. 24, nos, 86-96. © July 2, 7, 9, 
14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30, Aug. 4, 6, 1942: M 12748- 
12754, 12775-12777, 12788; Movietonews, inc., 
New York. 4538-4548 

Mummy's tomb. © Aug. 19, 1942; L 11529; Univer- 
sal pictures co., inc., New York. 4549 

News of the day; v. 13, nos. 283-292. © June 30, 
July 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30, 1942; M 12705, 
12706, 12727, 12728, 12743, 12744, 12763, 12764, 
12794, 12795; Hearst Metrotone news, inc.. 
New York. 4550-4559 

Nursing. © Feb. 1, 1942; M 12718; Vocational 
guidance films, inc., Des Moines. 4560 

Oh gentle spring. © Apr. 3, 1942; M 12787; Terry- 
toons, inc.. New Rochelle, N, Y. 4561 

One dozen roses. © June 22, 1942; M 12709; Soun- 
dies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4562 

Overland mail. © Universal pictures co., inc., 
New York. 4563-4568 

Chap. 10, Blazing wagons. © July 13, 1942; L 

11482. 
Chap. 11, The trail of terror. © July 13, 1942; 

L 11483. 
Chap. 12, In the claws of the cougar. © July 13, 

1942; L 11484. 
Chap. 13, The frenzied mob. © July 31, 1942; L 

11501. 
Chap. 14, The toll of treachery. ©July 31, 1942; 

L 11502. 
Chap. 15, The mail goes through. © July 31, 

1942; L 11503. 



Painted white man. See Perils of the Royal mounted. 

Panama Hattie; based on the play by Herbert 
Fields &B.G.DeSylva. ©July 21, 1942; L 11530; 
Loew's, inc.. New York. 4569 

Perils of the Royal mounted. © Columbia pictures 
Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 4570-4575 

Chap. no. 8, Lost in the mine. © July 6, 1942; 

T 11499 

Chap. no. 9, Into the trap. © July 13, 1942; L 

11500. 
Chap. no. 10, Betrayed by law. © July 20, 1942; 

L 11496. 
Chap. no. 11, Blazing beacons. © July 27, 1942; 

L 11497. 
Chap. 12, The mountie's last chance. © Aug. 

14, 1942; L 11516. 
Chap. no. 13, Painted white man. © Aug. 15, 

1942; L 11517. 



Phantom plainsmen; based on an original story by 
Robert Yost, Si characters created by William 
Colt MacDonald. © June 16, 1942; L 11510; 
Republic pictures corp., New York. 4576 

Phil the fluter's ball. © June 22, 1942; M 12714; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4577 

Philippine Islands. (Rev.) © June 11, 1942; M 
12720; Eastman kodak co., Rochester, N. Y. 

4578 

Popular science; Jl=6. © July 31, 1942; M 12730; 
Paramovmt pictures, inc., New York. 4579 

Postman didn't ring. © July 3, 1942; L 11475; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp.. New York. 



Pride of the YarJtees. © July 15, 1942; L 11486; 
Samuel Goldwyn^ Los Angeles. 4581 

Prisoner of Japan; based on a story by Edgar C. 
Ulmer. © July 3, 1942; L 11480; Producers 
releasii^ corp.. New York. 4582 

Quiz kids; no. 6. © July 31, 1942; M 12729; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 4583 

Riders of the West. © July 17, 1942; L 11534; 
Monogram pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

4584 

Rising Sun strikes. See Adventures of Smilin' Jack. 

Row that rowboat. © June 22, 1942; M 12710; Soun- 
dies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4585 
Rubber racketeers. © June 26, 1942; L 11487; 
Monogram pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

4586 

Sabotage squad. © Aug. 3, 1942; L 11491; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 4587 



Self-defense. © July 28, 
inc.. New York. 



1942; M 12785; 



Loew s, 
4588 



Seven sweethearts. © Aug. 
Loew's, inc.. New York. 



1942; L 11525; 
4589 



Sherlock Holmes and the voice of terror; based on 
the story, His last bow, by Arthur Conan Doyle, 
© Aug. 14, 1942; L 11518; Universal pictures 
CO., inc.. New York. 4590 

Shhh, it's a military secret. © July 6, 1942; M 
12737; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 4591 

Shine. © June 29, 1942; M 12722; Soundies distri- 
buting corp, of America, inc., Chicago. 4592 

Ships with wings. © May 1, 1942; L 11533; Ealing 
studios, ltd., London. 4593 

Shop drawings, © July 15, 1942; M 12745, 12746; 
Film productions co., Minneapolis. 4594, 4595 

Sleepy lagoon. © June 29, 1942; M 12721; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4596 



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no. 8. 1942 



4629 



Smoke painter. © Aug. 14, 1942; M 12769; Univer- 
sal pictures co., inc., New York. 4597 

Soldier's sweetheart © June 22, 1942; M 12711; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4598 

Somewhere I'll find you; based upon a story by 
Charles Hoffman. © Aug. 6, 1942; L 11531; 
Loew's, inc.. New York. 4599 

Song of the Islands. © Mar. 13, 1942; L 11537; 
Twentieth century- Fox film corp., New York. 

4600 

Sons of the pioneers; based on an original story by 
Mauri Grashin & Robert T. Shannon. © July 2, 
1942; L 11511; Republic pictures Corp., New 
York. 4601 

Spy ship; from a novel by George Dyer. © Aug. 15, 
1942; L 11519; Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 4602 

T-bone for two, © Jan. 29, 1942; L 11493; Walt 
Disney productions, Burbank, Calif. 4603 

That rootin', tootin', shootin' man from Texas. © 
July 13, 1942; M 12778; Soundies distributing 
corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 4604 

There won't be a shortage of love. © July 6, 1942; 
M 12733; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc. , Chicago. 4605 

There's a pampas moon on the campus. © July 13, 
1942; M 12781; Soundies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 4806 

This ig blitz. © May 1, 1942; M 12741; Warwick 
pictures, inc., New York. 4607 

Toll of treachery. See Overland mail. 

Tombstone. See Tombstone, the town too tough to 
die. 

Tombstone, the town too tough to die; based on the 
book Tombstone, by Walter Noble Burns. © 



June 12, 1942; L 11542; 
inc.. New York. 



Paramount pictures, 
4S08 



Trail of terror. See Overland mail. 

Trouble spot of the East © Aug. 21, 1942; M 
12790; Universal pictures co., inc.. New York, 

4609 

Universal newsreel; v. 15, nos. 95-104. © June 23, 

25, 30, July 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 1942; M 
12707, 12708, 12731, 12732, 12755, 12756, 12773, 
12774, 12791, 12792; Universal pictures co., 
inc., New York. 4610-4619 

Unusual occupations; L 1-4, L 1-6. © Apr. 15, Aug. 

26, 1942; M 12762; 12793; Paramount pictures, 
inc.. New York. 4620, 4621 



War against Mrs. Hadley. © Aug. 6, 1942; L 11536; 
Loew's, inc.. New York. 4622 

Weird waters. See Captain Midnight 

Western whoopee. © Aug. 25, 1942; M 12796; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc.. New York. 4623 

White lady. See Isle of missing men. 

Women at the plough. © Aug. 14, 1942; M 12767; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 4624 

Ya sure - ya betcha. © June 29, 1942; M 12723; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4625 

Yank at Eton. © Aug. 11, 1942; L 11535; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 4626 

YarJc in Libya. © July 20, 1942; L 11479; Producers 
releasing corp. , New York. 4627 

Yankee Doodle swing shift © Aug. 14, 1942; 
12770 Universal pictures co., inc., & Walter 
Lantz productions, New York. 4628 

You're a sap, Mr. Jap. © Aug. 7, 1942; L 11512; 
Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. 4629 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 1942: 

Motion- picture photoplays— -=——-— ^ -— 636 

Motion- pictures other than photoplays -"-■ >— —, . 870 

Total - — 1506 



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THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

of 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

Published by Authority of the Acts 

of Coi^ress of March 3, 1891, 

of June 30, 1906, and of 

March 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 

Including 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1942 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 15 

No. 9 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries Is published In four parts. Part 1, Group 3, Issued monthly, contains 
titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles 
of the entries made in Class "D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico- musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class "L," Motion-picture photoplays, and Class ''M,'' Motion pictures other than 
photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

To save space In the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations used 
in this part are as follows: "D, 'Class D, Dramatic compositions: "L," Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; 
and "M," Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "© ' implies copyr^ht registration of a pub- 
lished work followed by date of publication; "© 1 c." stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed 
by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed imder section 23 of 
the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue immediately following the drama list, and a list of 
motion pictures of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed, will be found immediately following the 
motion picture list. 

The annual index contains the titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion pictures. 
The act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." 

The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received only for the calendar year) 
for Part 1, Group 3, is $2.00 for 1942, payable in advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, 
D. C, by postal money order, express order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper = $3.00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps =_=— — =- — =_=-=._=_»= 3.00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures =--= =- 2.00 

Part 2, Periodicals-" - — = ====_-=.= „._==__===.=_..=== — — ___. 2.OO 

Part 3, Musical Compositions =-—==—=—= — — = =_===—=—_= — ==_=_==_= 3,00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise =— = -— 2,00 

Single numbers =__=. — = _==== — _— ==_= — =_==_____ ,50 

Aimual indexes, each, for complete calendar year -=■—=-= — -= 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year— — — = 10.00 



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NOTICE 

The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyr^ht, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1942. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
returned. No maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record should make formal request for the 
return of the articles, which must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be supplied 
on request. Address Register of Copyrights, Library ot Congress. Washington^ D, ^ 



490185 O - 42 (ni) 



CLASS D 
DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 
Note.— If the claimant of copyright is the same as the author, no statement of authorship is given. 



Ace of crooks. See Lone Rangero 

Air base; by Ethel Lyddon [i. e. E. L. Kuter] © 1 
c. Sept. 11, 1942; D 81804; Ethel Lyddon Kuter, 
Fort Myer, Va. 4630 

Aldrich family; no. 198, Sept. 10, 1942, © 1 c. Sept. 
16, 1942; D 81867; Clifford Goldsmith, West- 
town, Pa, 4631 

And baby makes two. © 1 c. Sept. 17, 1942; D 
81861; WiUiam ElUot Cathcart, jr., Merion, Pa. 

4632 

And then; by Edna [i. e. A. E.j Anthony. © 1 c.Sept. 
10, 1942; D 81797; Amelia Edna Anthony, 
Yonkers, N. Y. 4633 

And this is my daughter; by Julie Mars [pseud, of 
M. F. Harrison] © 1 c. Sept. 5, 1942; D 81773; 
Margaret Frances Harrison, New York. 4634 

Angels in the making; by Vera Massey [pseud, of V. 
Mezei] © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1942; D 81736; Vera 
Mezei, Jackson Heights, N. Y. 4635 

Ask for the moon; by Olive Price. © Sept. 15, 
1942; D 81886; Row, Peterson & co., Evanston, 
m. 4636 



Ask my friend Sandy. © 1 c. Sept, 
81776; Stanley Young, New York. 



1942; D 
4637 



Aunt Betsy on the radio; by Willis N. Bugbee. © 
Aug. 24, 1942; D 81700; WilUs N. Bugbee co., 
Syracuse. 4638 

Back the boys up. © 1 c. Sept. 2, 1942; D 81785; 
Fred Ervin Howard, jr., Cochran, Ga. 4639 

Bad men. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1942; D 81881; Royal 
Dana Tracy, New York. 4640 



I got one. © 1 c. Sept. 18, 1942; D 81872; 
PhiUp Dunning, New York. 4641 



Barry, MicheUe, and Karen. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1942; 
D 81633; Elsie Sirota, New York. 4642 

Bat; translation by R. Martin Si T. Martin, of Die 
fledermaus, by Johann Strauss. [Libretto only] 
© 1 c. Aug. 25, 1942; D 81783; Ruth Martin & 
Thomas Martin, Jersey City. 4643 



Be happy. 
1 c. Sept. 
Brooklyn. 



T 7X1 i»>»>-is [Text only] © 

1942; D 81734; WilUam Siegel, 

4644 



Behind the eight ball. §ee Stars over Hollywood. 

Beloved groom. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1942; D 81844; 
Edward Mahlon Marks, Reading, Pa. 4645 



Black narcissus. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1942; D 81711; 
Rumer Godden, Bengal, India. 4646 

Border smugglers. §ee Lone Ranger. 

Boss's wife. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1942; D 81706; Leslie 
F. Egbert & Dorethy Holland, Upper Montclalr, 
N. J. 4647 

Bright and Early in rankest of the rank; by Hardy 
Gibson. © 1 c. Sept, 3, 1942; D 81782; James 
McDonald, Hollywood, Calif. 4648 



Buck and Jess. See Death Valley days. 

By prophets foretold. [Text only] © 
17, 1942; D 81856; WUl A. Whitney, 



1 c. Sept. 

Washington. 

4649 



Cadet from Mount Olympus; by C. C. Shain 8i Jack 
McCusker. [Text] © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1942; D 
81826; Carl Charles Shain, New Haven. 4650 

Call me Benny; by Mark Allen. © 1 c. Sept. 3, 
1942; D 81753; Jacob TuUen, Philadelphia. 4651 

Camel radio revels of 1942; audition script © 1 
c. Aug. 15, 1942; D 81759; Eddie Davis, New 
York. 4652 

Case of Bill Perkins. See Gang busters. 

Case of Pacific Islands. See Counterspy. 

Case of Peter Pianezzi. See Gang busters. 

Case of Reilly-Watson. See Gang busters. 

Case of the fishermen of Cranberry Point, See 
Counterspy. 

Case of Virgil Harris. See Gang busters. 

Christmas blackout in Hogan's alley; by Willis N. 
Bugbee. © Aug. 24, 1942; D 81699; Willis N. 
Bi^bee co., Syracuse. 4653 

Christmas in the long ago; text by Juanita Rosemon, 
music by L H. Meredith. © Aug. 17, 1942; D 
76167; TuUar-Meredith co., New York. 4654 

Cliffside. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1942; D 81824; Robert 
Bruce Miller, Milwaukee. 4655 

Colleen. [Text only] © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1942; D 81735; 
Chester Lynch, Troy, N. Y. 4656 

Come hell or high water. See Dr. Christian. 

Complete Roman drama; edited, & with an intro- 
duction, by George E. Duckworth, v. 1, 2. © 
Aug. 21, 1942; A 167251; Random house, inc., 
New York. 4657 



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4658 



pt. 1, a, s., V. 15 



Constant guard. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1942; D 81831; 
Henry Frederick Neulon, Blnghamton, N. Y. 



Counterattack; by J. Marshall & P. Stevenson, 
based on the Russian, Pobyeda, by Uya Vershinin 
& Mikhail Ruderman. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1942; D 
81786; Philip Stevenson & Janet Marshall, New 
York. 4659 

Counterspy; by Phillips H. Lord. © Lord, inc., 
New York. 4660-4662 

Program no. 10, Case of Pacific Islands. © 1 

c. Sept. 22, 1942; D 81898. 
Program no. 11, Dime and dance. © 1 c. Sept. 

22, 1942; D 81897. 
Program no. 12, Case of the fishermen of 

Cranberry Point. © 1 c. Sept. 22, 1942; D 

81896. 

Crime doctor; nos. 108=112. © 1 c. Aug. 27, Sept. 
4, 14, 19, 22, 1942; D 81705, 81771, 81827, 
81879, 81893; Max Marcin, New York. 

4663-4667 

Curse of Sycorax. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1942; D 81900; 
Margery P. Wilson, Stoughton, Wis. 4668 

Danger signal girls; by Monta Marshall [pseud, of 
M. E. Lodge] © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1942; D 81787; 
Montjoy Elizabeth Lodge, Hollywood, Calif. 

4669 

Death Valley days; by McCann-Erickson, inc. © 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 4670-4672 
Aug. 20, 1942, Uncle Billy cools his heels. © 1 

c. Aug. 26, 1942; D 81713. 
Aug. 27, 1942, Buck and Jess. © 1 c. Sept. 3, 

1942; D 81766. 
Sept. 3, 1942, Putting teeth in the law. © 1 c. 

Sept. 3, 1942; D 81769. 

Devil eats sauerkraut. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1942; D 
81710; Primo Raddi, New York. 4673 

Dime and dance. See Counterspy. 

Divide and conquer. See Lone Ranger. 

Divine tragedy. See Divine tragedy of the Christ. 

Divine tragedy of the Christ; adapted for the stage 
by Orrin E. Boyle, with the collaboration of H. 
F. Carlton, from Henry W. Longfellow's The 
divine tragedy. © May 18, 1942; D 81728; 
Lehigh consistory 32 ancient accepted Scottish 
rite, AUentown, Pa. 4674 

Dr. Christian. © McCann-Erickson, inc., New York. 

4675-4678 
Episode no. 195, Toi^hies. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 

1942; D 81712. 
Episode no. 196, Today I am a doctor. © 1 c. 

Sept. 3, 1942; D 81767. 
Episode no. 197, Sweet sixteen. © 1 c. Sept. 3, 

1942; D 81768, 
Episode no. 198, Come hell or high water. © 1 

c. Sept. 9, 1942; D 81820. 



Dynamite Dan; by Clark Stevens. © Sept. 11, 1 
D 81832; Northwestern press, Minneapolis 



Sept. 11, 1942; 



4679 



Easy way. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 1942; D 81789; Mildred 
Napier Anderson, Berkeley, Calif. 4680 

Egotist; adapted from Leonid Andreeff's short 
story, Thought. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1942; D 81631; 
George DoUini, New York. 4681 

Erminie; libretto by Clemson Bellamy & Harry 
Pa\ilton, music by Edward Jakobowski, music 
adapted by J. Spencer Cornwall, book & lyrics 
adapted by W. O. Robinson. © July 30, 1942; D 
76164; Carl Fischer, inc., New York. 4682 

Escape to tomorrow; dramatization of Elizabeth 
Bowen's novel, The house in Paris. © 1 c. Aug. 
29, 1942; D 81709; Eric Mawby Green & Edward 
Allan Feilbert, New York. 4683 

Eskimo Land; book, lyrics & music by Gloria Fore- 
man. © Sept. 3, 1942; D 76165; Willis music 
CO., Cincinnati. 4684 

Every American's duty. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 1942; D 
81738; Benjamin EUicott Madden, Brooklyn. 

4685 

Ewige (Das) gesetz (The eternal law) © 1 c. Sept. 
3, 1942; D 81755; Peter Martin Lampel, New 
York. 4686 

Exceeding great joy; text by Elsie Duncan Yale, 
music by Roy E. Nolte. © Aug. 20, 1942; D 
76168; Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, O. 4687 

Extortion gang, gee Lone Ranger. 

Fanny Crosby; by Marcus Bach. © Aug. 15, 1942; 
D 81864; Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, O. 4688 

Finger in the dike. © 1 c. Sept, 2, 1942; D 81752; 
Helen F. Sanderson, Boston. 4689 

Fire shall forgive. © 1 c. Sept. 4. 1942; D 81757; 
Bill Noble & George Savage, Seattle. 4690 

Fledermaus. See Bat. 

Food keeps you fit; by Donald H. Howe. © 1 c. 
Augo 15, 1942; D 81724; Commercial films, inc., 
Cleveland. 4691 

For the love of Allah; by Phil Milhous. © Sept. 
15, 1942; D 81885; Row, Peterson & co., Evan- 
ston. 111. 4692 

Forests of the night. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 1942; D 81741; 
John Maynard Hastings, New York. 4693 

Forgotten factor. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1942; D 81846; 
Alan Thornhill, Washington. 4694 

Forty love. © 1 c. Sept. 14, 1942; D 81830; Paul 
Byron, New York. 4695 



Foimtains of the great deep. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 
D 81850; Miriam Goldeen, San Francisco. 



1942; 
4696 



Four flights up. © Blanche Mason & Adeline Pyn- 
chon, Chicago. 4697, 4698 

Guests for dinner. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1942; D 

81854. 
Uncle Oscar's teeth. © 1 c. A\^. 31, 1942; D 

81855. 



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no. 9. 1942 



4733 



Frameup's kickback. See Lone Ranger. 

Fred outwits the enemy; by Dora Mary MacDonald. 
© Aug. 24, 1942; D 81701; Willis N. Bugbee co., 
Sjnracuse. 4699 

Friday, the 13th; by Dana Thomas. © Sept 11, 
1942; D 81838; Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

4700 



Gabriel's horn. © 1 c. Sept 17, 1942; D 

Charles Henry Moore, Chicago. 4701 

Gang busters. © Phillips H. Lord, New York. 

4702-4705 



Program no. 278, Case of Bill Perkins. © 

Sept 1, 1942; D 81744. 
Program no. 279, Case of Peter Pianezzi. 

c. Sept 9, 1942; D 81790. 
Pr<^am no. 280, Case of Reilly-Watson. 

c. Sept 15, 1942; D 81843. 
Program no. 281, Case of Virgil Harris. © 

Sept 22, 1942; D 81894. 

Gates of youth. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1942; D 
Lillian Trimble Bradley, Santa Barbara, 



1 c. 



© 1 



Calif. 
4706 



Gentle ogre. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1942; D 81875; Albert 
Carri^re, Montclalr, N. J. 4707 

Get rid of HiUer. © 1 c. Sept 9, 1942; D 81788; 
David Silvette, Richmond. 4708 

Ghost wanted; by Guernsey Le Pelley. © Aug. 20, 
1942; D 81730; Row, Peterson & co., Evanston, 
111. 4709 

Glamour girl; by Dana Thomas. © Sept 11, 1942; 
D 81837; Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

4710 

Godey's ladies; or, Wives without husbands. © 1 c. 
Ai^. 15, 1942; D 81762; Margaret Mayorga, 
Manhasset, N. Y. 4711 

Gold and Chimney Range. See Lone Ranger. 

Golden income tax. © 1 c. Sept 15, 1942; D 81829; 
Guy Bolton & John Golden, New York. 4712 

Golden Ught © 1 c. Sept 9, 1942; D 81840; WiUiam 
K. Stone, New York. 4713 

Gone with the girls; by L. Verne Slout © Aug. 24, 
1942; D 81697; Willis N. Bugbee co., Syracuse. 

4714 

Goose Creek killer. See Lone Ranger. 

Greed drowns a town. See Lone Ranger. 



Greetings from the president © 1 c. Aug. 18, 
1942; D 81634; N. Richard Nusbaum, Philadel- 
phia Si Chester Erskin, New York. 4715 

Guests for dinner. See Four flights up. 



Guy with win^s; by Stanley Richards [pseud, of S. 
Myers] © 1 c. Sept 1, 1942; D 81849; Stanley 
Myers, Brooklyn. 4716 



He grew to grow; by Sherwood Keith. © 1 c. Aug. 
31, 1942; D 81743; Sherwood Keith Lacount, 
Boothbay, Me. 4717 



Head of the house. © 1 c. Sept 17, 1942; D 
WiUiam Elliott Cathcart, jr., Merion, Pa. 



4718 



Heart of a city; by Lesley Storm [pseud, of Mrs. 
L. Clark] © Aug. 24, 1942; D 81821; Mrs. Les- 
ley Clark, London. 4719 

Here comes the navy; by Clarence P. Oakes. © 1 
c. Sept 12, 1942; D 81839; Shapiro, Bernstein & 
CO., inc.. New York. 4720 

Hitch your wagon to a store; The life of Brenda 
Blair, episode no. 1. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1942; D 
81848; Ruth Byers Heed, Chicago. 4721 

Hooray for Mrs. Umpleby. © 1 c. Sept 5, 1942; D 
81774; Gertrude Gould Macauley & Margaret 
Christie, New York. 4722 

House in Paris. See Escape to tomorrow. 

How high is up; by Keith [i. e. E. K. G.] Fuller k 
BiU[i. e. W. R.] Case. [Text only] © 1 c. Aug. 

II, 1942- D 81726; Edwin Keith Glasgow Fuller 
& William Richard Case, Waco, Tex. 4723 

If he could speak; by Harold G. Sliker. © Sept 
15, 1942; D 81884; Row, Peterson& co., Evanston, 

III. 4724 

Incident in Buloogi; or. Women complicate a war, 
by Patt Gephart © 1 c. Sept 8, 1942; D 81777; 
Besse Patterson Gephart, St Louis. 4725 

Incident on Broadway. © 1 c. Sept 19, 1942; D 
81871; Howard Merrill Berger, Ardmore, Pa. 

4726 



Incontaminato (L'); by Eugenio Sturchio. © 1 c. 
Sept 10, 1942; D 81796; Circolo progressive 
Caposelese, inc., Newark, N. J. 4727 

Indian guide. © 1 c. Sept 15, 1942; D 81857; Sylvia 
Yanacopoulos & Angel Coch, New York. 4728 

It's a beautiful day in America; by Lydia Caplan. 
© Aug, 19, 1942; D 81749; Dramatic pub. CO., 
Chicago. 4729 

Jumpin' Jupiter; by Kurtz Gordon [pseud, of C. G. 
Kurtz] © Aug. 24, 1942; D 81714; C. Gordon 
Kurtz, New York. 4730 



Keep 'em dancing; by H. Kleiner & M. Friedman. 
© 1 c. Sept 9, 1942; D 81800; Marcel Friedman, 
Hollywood, Calif. & Harry Kleiner, Philadelphia. 

4731 

Keep sweet © 1 c. Sept 3, 1942; D 81754; Regi- 
nald Lawrence & Marjorie Street, New York. 

4732 

Labor piracy in war industry. See Report to the 
nation. 

[Laura] © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1942; D 81877; Vera Cas- 
pary & George Sklar, New York. 4733 



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4734 



pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 



Leave it to Jonesy. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1942; D 81845; 
Stephen Van Gluck, Brooklyn. 4734 

Life of Brenda Blair. Seg Hitch your wagon to a 
store. 

Lifetime guarantee; by Joanna Wade [pseud, of E. 
Berckman] © 1 c. Sept. 9, 1942; D 81779; Evelyn 
Berckman, New Hope, Pa. 4735 

Little Eden; by Gene Hill [pseud, of E. A. Renouf j 
© 1 c. Sept. 16, 1942; D 81853; Eugenie Antonio 
Renouf, Washington. 4736 

Little Jew you can still blow your trumpet; or, 
Scapegoat. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 1942; D 81791; Ber- 
nard Segal, New York. 4737 

Little Nell, the village belle; or, Only a farmer's 
daughter. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1942; D 81858; John 
David Caylor, Duluth. 4738 

Living is always dangerous. © 1 c. July 3, 1942; D 
81784; Ward J, Sharbach, Detroit. 4739 

Local boy makes good; by Bob Ragase. © 1 c, Aug. 
29, 1942; D 81716; Robert H. Ragase, Wheeling, 
Wo Va. 4740 



Lone Ranger, 

4741-4753 

1 c. Sept. 12, 

1 c. 



1 c. 
Sept. 



Lone Ranger; by Fran Striker, 
inc., Detroit. 
No. 1492-705, Ace of crooks. 

1942; D 81817. 
No. 1493-706, Mustang M^ returns. 

Sept. 12, 1942; D 81816. 
No. 1494=707, Spurs that jingle. © 1 c. Sept. 

12, 1942; D 81815. 
No. 1495-708, Frameup's kickback. © 1 c. Sept. 

12, 1942; D 81814. 
No. 1496-709, Goose Creek killer. © 1 c. Sept. 

12, 1942; D 81813. 
No. 1497-710, Greed drowns a town. © 1 c. 

Sept. 12, 1942; D 81812. 
No. 1498-711, Gold and Chimney Range. © 1 c. 

Sept. 12, 1942; D 81811. 
No. 1499-712, Extortion gang. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 

1942; D 81810. 
No. 1500-713, Revenge for an outlaw. € 

Sept. 12, 1942; D 81809. 
No, 1501-714, The silver dollar. © 1 c. 

12, 1942; D 81808. 
No. 1502-715, Torrero and Tarantula. © 1 c. 

Sept. 12, 1942; D 81807. 
No. 1503-716, Divide and conquer. © 1 c. Sept. 

12, 1942; D 81806. 
No. 1504-717, Border sm»:«glers, © 1 c, Sept. 

12, 1942; D 81805. 

Lost triangle; by A. C. Milde [pseud, of C. A, De 
Lima] © 1 c. Sept. 3, 1942; D 81756; Charles 
A. De Lima, New York. 4754 

Love is blonde. See Socrates. 

Lunch hour follies unit. © 1 c. Sept. 19, 1942; D 
81873; Charles Leonard, Los Angeles. 4755 

Mad Mikado; text by R. Falk, lyrics by A. Post, 
adapted from The Mikado, by Gilbert & Sullivan. 
[Text only] © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1942; D 81878; 
Richard Falk & Augustus Post, New York. 4756 



Madame Babylon. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1942; D 81882; 
Leonie Rose, New York, 4757 

Man from Minnesota; by Charles A. Lindholm. © 
1 c. Aug. 31, 1942; D 81841; Flora A. Lindholm 
& Charles L. Lindholm, Kenyon, Minn. 4758 

Man in gray; by Lillian Trimble Bradley [pseud, of 
L. T. Broadhurst] © 1 c. Sept. 8, 1942; D 
81780; Lillian Trimble Broadhurst, Santa Bar- 
bara, Calif. 4759 

March of time. © Time, inc., New York. 

4760-4763 
Aug. 27, 1942. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1942; D 81707. 
Sept. 3, 1942. © 1 c. Sept. 5, 1942; D 81772. 
Sept. 10, 1942. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1942; D 81842. 
Sept. 17, 1942. © 1 c. Sept 21, 1942; D 81880. 

Marseillaise; by Victor Kelemen. © 1 c. Atig. 31, 
1942; D 81823; Paul Gordon, Hollywood, Calit 

4764 

Maxwell house coffee time; Sept. 3, 1942, by Ben- 
ton &. Bowles, inc. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1942; D 
81852; General foods Corp., New York. 4765 

Merely co-incidental. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1942; D 
81737; Charles Haddock, New York. 4766 

Mikado. See Mad Mikado. 

Miracle twins; by Dana Thomas. © Sept. 16, 1942; 
D 81888; Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

4767 

Miser (The); by Molilre, a new acting version 
based upon the 1739 English translation by H. 
Baker & J. Miller, arranged & adapted by W. F. 
Kerr. © July 1, 1942; D 81768; Walter F. Kerr, 
Washington. 4768 

Mr. Sycamore; by K. Frings, based on a story by 
R. Ayre. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1942; D 81863; Ketti 
Frings, Beverly Hills, Calif. & Robert Ayre, 
Montreal. 4769 

Monkey business. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 1942; D 81739; 
Benjamin Ellixott Madden, Brooklyn. 4770 

Moonlight for Herbert; by Dana Thomas. © Sept. 
11, 1942; D 81834; Northwestern press, Minne- 
apolis. 4771 

More fools than one; by Austin Goetz. © Aug. 24, 
1942; D 81698; Willis N. Bi^bee co., Syracuse. 

4772 



Mother please behave. © 1 c. Aug. 
81704; Jewel Steven, New York. 



18, 1942; D 
4773 



Mustang Mag returns, gee Lone Ranger. 

My late espoused saint; by Frank Durham. © Aug. 
20, 1942; D 81729; Row, Peterson & co., Evans- 
ton, III. 4774 

Mystery in blue; by Wall Spence. © Sept. 11, 1942; 
D 81836; Northwestern press, Miime^qpolis. 

4775 

Nags' heads. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1942; D 81859; Mar- 
jorie Dudley, West Los Angeles, Calif. 4776 



144 



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no. 9, 1942 



4811 



Necessary sex; by Margery Williams [i. e. M. W. 
DareJ © 1 c. SepU 3, 1942; D 81851; Margery 
Williams Dare, Chicago. 4777 

Neither shall they learn war anymore. © June 
26, 1942; D 81727; Mabel Platz, San Diego, 
Calif. 4778 

Night club; by D. Totheroh, dramatized from the 
short story by K. Brushy © July 29, 1942; D 
81751; Katharine Brush, New York & Dan Tothe- 
roh, Carmel, Calif. 4779 

Norway replies. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1942; D 81660; F. 
Herrick Herrick, New York. 4780 

O gentle sweet Harriet; by Elizabeth Beenington 
[pseud, of B. Sine] © 1 c. July 10, 1942; D 
81723; Bess Sine, Cleveland. 4781 

Ohmigodess. © 1 c. Sept, 11, 1942; D 81798; Noel 
Bovell Lester, Plalnfield, N. J. 4782 

Olympus is near us. © 1 c.Sept. 23, 1942; D 81892; 
Bernard Sabath, Rock Island, Ul. 4783 

On the button; book by C. B. Millholland, lyrics by 
J. Voloshin. [Text only] © 1 c. Sept. 19, 1942; 
D 81891; Charles Brute Millholland & Julian 
Voloshin, New York. 4784 

One star to follow; text by Valeria R. Lehman, 
music by Ruth Dale [pseud, of Ira B. Wilson] 
© Sept. 3, 1942; D 76170; Lorenz pub. co., Day- 
ton, O. 4785 

Only a farmer's daughter. 3|g. Little Nell, the 
village belle. 

Otechestvennaia voina. geg Patriotic war. 

Out of the rain; by Julie Marvin [pseud, of M. J. 
Wasserman] © 1 c. Sept. 22, 1942; D 81899; 
Marilyn Julie Wasserman, New York. 4786 

Page the Lord. © 1 c. Sept. 22, 1942; D 81895; 
Catherine Owens Peare, Brooklyn. 4787 

Parent stem. © 1 c. Sept. 2, 1942; D 81746; Eliza- 
beth AnnChristman, Webster Groves, Mo. 4788 

Patriotic war; translated from the Russian by H, 
Black, of Otechestvennaia voina, by Ilya Y» Sud- 
akov, after Tolstoy's novel. War and peace. © 
1 c. Aug. 21, 1942; D 81725; Helen Black, New 
York. 4789 

Peace on earth; by Margaret Davis. © 1 c, Sept. 
19, 1942; D 81870; Margaret Cicely Davis, 
Garvey, Calif. 4790 

Pinocchio; adapted by F. Luther. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1942; D 81761; Frank Luther, New York. 4791 

Plane crazy; by Dorothy Rood Stewart. © Aug. 20, 
1942; D 81731; Row, Peterson & co., Evanston, 
111. 4792 

Pobyeda. See Counterattack. 

Post toasUes Ume; Aug. 20, 27, 1942, by Benton & 
Bowles, inc. © 1 c. each Sept. 9, 1942; D 81818, 
81819;Generalfoodscorp.,NewYork. 4793, 4794 



Prize fight that you will never see at Madison 
Square Garden; by Looney [i. e. M.] Lewis. © 
1 c. Aug. 18, 1942; D unp. 38629; Murray Lewis, 
New York. 4795 

Professor Havermeyer. nycnpiKn -.t!Cj)E»-.e 

© 1 c. Sept. 1, 1942; D 81740; Abraham Book- 
stein, New York. 4798 

Professor Theodore; by Thomas Dana. © Sept. 
16, 1942; D 81889; Northwestern press, Minne- 
apolis. 4797 

Purple cat. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1942; D 81794; Miriam 
Janet Dale, Milwaukee. 4798 

Putting teeth In the law. Sge Death Valley days. 

Queen of spades; dramatization in two acts of the 
story by Pushkin. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1942; D 
81717; Fitzroy Davis, Evanston, 111. 4799 

Rachel; by L. Vittes & Lawrence Williams [pseud, 
of L, Schaffer] © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1942; D 81760; 
Louis Vittes, Brooklyn & Louis Schaffer, New 
York. 4800 

Report to the nation; June 2, 1942. Labor piracy in 
war industry, Paul V. McNutt, Transport by air, 
Juan Terry Trippe [and] Wheat situation, by 
Harold R. Isaacs & Ann Ives. © June 12, 1942; 
D 81523; Columbia broadcasting system, inc., 
New York. 4801 

Revenge for an outlaw. See Lone Ranger. 

Revolutionists. © Aug. 21, 1942; D 81765; Selden 
Rodman, New York. 4302 

Right fact; by L. Toone, in collaboration with Helen 
H. Martin. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1942; D 81874; Lefa 
Toone, Washington. 4803 

Road from Mandalay. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1942; D 
81718; Arthur Washington Lithgow, Putney, Vt. 

4804 

Rockabye baby, © 1 c. Sept 2, 1942; D 81748; 
Thomas Del Vecchio, Brooklyn, 4805 

Scapegoat. See Little Jew you can still blow your 
trumpet. 

Science HilU © 1 c, Sept. 14, 1942; D 81847; 
Joseph Barstock, Brooklyn. 4806 

Serlta. © 1 c, Sept. 9, 1942;D 81792; Fannie Sen!)a 
Myllykangas, South Ozone Park, N. Y. 4807 

Sevastopol; by John N. Landberg. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 
1942; D 81758; Rose £. Landberg, Orvilla, Hat- 
field, Pa. 4808 

Seven Christmas stockings; by Lucile Crites. © 
June 30, 1942; D 81883; Lorenz pub, co,, Dayton, 
O. 4809 

Seven is the point; by Lee [i. e. S. L.] Kanner. © 
1 c. Aug. 29, 1942; D 81721; S. Lee Kanner, 
Brooklyn. 4810 

Shortwave; by Clark Stevens. © Sept. 11, 1942; D 
81833; Northwestern press, Minne£^>olis. 4811 



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4812 



pt. 1. n. s.. V. 15 



Shunammite (The) © 1 c. Sept. 2, 1942; D 81747; 
Wallace Acton, New York, 4812 

Silver dollar. See Lone Ranger. 

Singing ghost; by Robert St. Clair. © Sept. 16, 
1942; D 81890; Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

4813 

Six plays; by George S. Kaufman & Moss Hart, © 
Sept. 10, 1942; A 167210; Random house, inc., 
New York, 4814 

Sky chief; audiUon script, © 1 c. Aiag. 27, 1942; D 
81876; John Patrick Marshall, Elmhurst, N. Y. 

4815 

Smart Alex; by Dana Thomas. © Sept, 16, 1942; D 
81887; Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 4816 

Society column. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1942; D 81719; 
Diana Roggs, Baltimore. 4817 

Socrates; or. Love is blonde. © 1 c. Aug, 24, 1942; 
D 76166; Virginia G. Kritikos & Jack Vance Fit- 
zer, Tulsa, Okl. 4818 

Soil under thy feet. © 1 c. Sept. 8, 1942; D 81781; 
Ossip Dymow, New York. 4819 

Sons of the Chetniks; chap. 1. © 1 c. Sept. 14, 
1942; D 81825; Charles Francis Dolan, Cleveland 
Heights, O. 4820 

Spurs that jingle, gee Lone Ranger. 

Stars over Hollywood; Aug. 29, 1942; Behind the 
eight ball, by Howard Walter Fisk. © 1 c. Sept. 
8, 1942; D 81778; Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 4821 

Steven sits down. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1942; D 81632; 
Robert Rosten, New York. 4822 

Stout hearted Freddie; by Paul S. McCoy. © Aug. 
24, 1942; D 81702; Willis N. Bugbee co., Syra- 
cuse. 4823 



Sub-deb Sue; by Olive Price. © Aug. 27, 1942; D 
81750; Olive Price Cherryholmes, Merrick, L. 
L, N. Y. 4824 

Suspense; by Glenn Hughes. © Aug. 20, 1942; D 
81732; Row, Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 

4825 

Sweet sixteen. See Dr. Christian. 

Tale of the North. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1942; D 81802; 
Stanley Raymond Kn^ht, Chicago. 4828 

Taming of the shrew; modern dress version of 
William Shakespeare's play, by Clement Rams- 
land. © Sept. 11, 1942; D 81835; Northwestern 
press, Minneapolis. 4827 

That Perkins family; by Katharine Kavanav^. © 
Aug. 24, 1942; D 81703; Willis N. Bugbee co., 
Syracuse. 4828 

Theirs be the music; by M. Roth & Harry Sothera, 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1942; D 81742; Mary Roth, New 
York. 4829 



There is no death; by Freda Melville & Melville K. 
Bailey. © Feb. 27, 1942; D 81696; Church 
missions pub. co., Hartford. 4830 

They might bite; by Tania Mara [pseud, of T. Gold- 
stein] © 1 c. May 16, 1942; D 81801; Tillie 
Goldstein, Chicago. 4831 

This our guilt. © 1 c. Sept. 5, 1942; D 81775; 
Gosta Wollin, New York. 4832 

Thought. See Egotist. 

Thy joy is grief. © 1 c. Sept. 14, 1942; D 81828; 
James H. Cannon, Glen Echo, Md. 4833 

Tidings of Bethlehem; text by Elsie Duncan Yale, 
music by Forrest G. Walter. © Sept. 4, 1942; 
D 76169; TuUar-Meredlth co.. New York. 4834 

Today I am a doctor. See Dr. Christian, 

Too many mothers; by Robert Ray. © Sept, 12, 
1942; D 81866; Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

4835 
Torrero and Tarantula, gee Lone Ranger. 

Toughies. §ee Dr. Christian. 

Tradition for murder. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1942; D 
81822; Walter J. Beugge, Brooklyn, 4836 

Transport by air. S§£ Report to the nation. 

Uncle Billy cools his heels. See Death Valley days. 

Uncle Oscar's teeth. See Four flights up. 

United we stand; by Karin Sundelof^Asbrand. © 
Sept. 3, 1942; D 81764; Lurten M. Paine, Dayton, 
O. 4837 

Unwelcome guest; by Robert St, Clair. © Sept. 12, 
1942; D 81865; Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

4838 

Viking love. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1942; D 81803; Hen- 
rik Thorlacius, Reykjavik, Iceland. 4839 

War and peace. S^e Patriotic war. 

West moves east. © 1 c. June 22, 1942; D 81722; 
Zene B. Cutler, Chicago. 4840 

What a boy, © Aug. 21, 1942; D 81715; Conrad 
Seller, Hollywood, Calif. 4841 

Wheat situation, ^e Report to the nation. 

When Abe Lincoln kept store; by Branson Blake. 
© Aug. 20, 1942; D 81733; Row, Peterson & co., 
Evanston, HI. 4842 

Which is my bride. © 1 c. Sept 11, 1942; D 81795; 
CurUs Cooksey, Ardsley, N. Y. 4843 

Who's crazy; by M. Frym [pseud, of M. Friedman] 
& H. Kleiner. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 1942; D 81799; 
Marcel Friedman, Hollywood, Calif. & Harry 
Kleiner, Philadelphia. 4844 

Winner, © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1942; D 81901; Martin 
Field, Newark, N. J. 4845 



146 



DRAJilATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 9, 1942 



4850 



Wives without husbands. See Godey's ladies. 

Women are women; by W. A- Mozart, libretto by 
Da Ponte, English version translated & adapted 
from the original Italian by B. Gagliano, [Li- 
bretto only] © Aug. 29, 1942; D, 81708; Baltazar 
Gagliano, Westford, N. Y. 4846 

Women complicate a war. See Incident in Buloogi. 

Women, on the march. © 1 c. Sept. 10, 1942; D 
81793; Sadie Ward, Valley Stream, N. Y. 4847 



World awakens. © 1 c, Sept. 4, 1942; D 81770; 
Adrienne Dumontier D'Ambricourt, West Holly- 
wood, Calif. 4848 

Yesterday's tomorrows. © 1 c, Aug. 31, 1942; D 
81720; Paul J. Winkopp, Tuckahoe, N. Y. 4849 



Yours for the asking. © 1 c.Sept, 1, 1942; D 81745; 
Don Floyd E. Fox & Philip Sheffield, Utica, N. Y, 

4850 



Number of entries of dramas included in Part 1, Group 3, of the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1942: 

Dramatic compositions (including 2,789 unpublished) -=—--=— =-=-—-= =»_====„=_=_= „_ 3,201 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 36 unpublished)— — -°~ — == 47 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 55 unpublished) -— — — — — — _._=_=__== 89 

Dramatico- musical compositions in foreign languages (including 3 unpublished) -— = --=— 7 

Total - - „-„„-_..__=-_.== _—=_-=„—=-=_=-_= =_= 3,344 



147 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 [4850 



Across the border; by Beulah Marie Dix [i. e. B. 
D. Flebbe] © Beulah Dix Flebbe, Pacific Pali- 
sades, Calif. R 110990, Aug, 22, 1942. 1 

Advertisement; by Basil Macdonald Hastings. © 
Mrs. Basil Macdonald Hastings, St. Leonards- 
on=the-sea, Sussex, England. R 111119, Aug. 

26, 1942. 2 

Among the poor. © Owen Davis, New York. R 
111120, Aug. 26, 1942. 3 

Angel in the house; by Basil Macdonald Hastings & 
Eden Phillpotts. © Mrs. Basil Macdonald 
Hastings, St. Leonards-on-the-sea, Sussex, Eng- 
land. R 111126, Aug. 26, 1942. 4 

Back of the ballot. © George Middleton, New York, 
R 111124, Aug. 26, 1942. 5 

Chest of gold. © Owen Davis, New York. R 
111122, Aug, 26, 1942. 6 

Chin-chin; musical fantasy, book & lyrics by Anne 
Caldwell O'Dea. One lyric, Ragtime temple 
bells, by James O'Dea. © Mariana Vinal, Bever- 
ly Hills, Calif. R 11049, Aug. 28, 1942. 7 

Cinderella-man. © Edward Childs Carpenter, New 
Hartford, Conn. R 111266, Sept. 8, 1942, 8 

Clock shop. © John L. Golden, New York. R 
111392, Sept. 17, 1942. 9 

Cupid and Mr. Jordan- © Owen Davis, New York. 
R 111123, Aug. 26, 1942. 10 

Dawn; by Percival L. Weil [pseud, of P. L. Wilde] 
© Percival L. Wilde, Sharon, Conn. R 111369, 
Sept. 16, 1942. 11 

Fair and warmer; by Avery Hopwood. © City bank 
farmers trust co., New York. R 111032, Aug. 

27, 1942. 12 

'Fraid cat. © Owen Davis, New York. R 111118, 
Aug. 26, 1942. 13 



Good night nurse; by Ethel Watts Mumford. © 
George M, Watts, New York. R 111238, Sept. 3, 
1942. 14 

Gray overcoat. © William R. Randall, Roselle, 
N, J. R 111127, Aug. 26, 1942. 15 

Inheritance. © Owen Davis, New York. R 111121, 
Aug. 26, 1942, 16 

Judgment of men; by Mabel S. Keightley [i. e, M. S. 
K. Bennett] & Charles P. Rice. © Mabel S. 
Keightley Bennett, Brooklyn. R 110924, Aug. 
18, 1942. 17 

Marriage market; musical play, by M, Brody & F, 
Martos, adapted by Gladys Unger, lyrics by 
Arthur Anderson & Adrian Ross [pseud, of 
Arthur R. Ropes], music by Victor Jacobi. Book 
of lyrics. © Ethel Ropes, London. R 93609, 
Jan, 23, 1941, 18 

Monologues of to-day. © Elise West Quaif e, Tomp- 
kins Cove, N. Y. R 111117, Aug. 26, 1942. 19 

Palacio (El) triste. © Gregorio BAartinez Sierra, 
Madrid. R 111133, Aug. 29, 1942. 20 

Previous engagement; by Percival L. Weil [pseud, 
of P. L. Wilde] © Percival L. Wilde, Sharon, 
Conn, R 111370, Sept, 16, 1942, 21 

Sadie Love; by Avery Hopwood, © City bank farm- 
ers trust CO., New York. R 111268, Sept. 4, 
1942. 22 



shop; by James Forbes. © Anthony H. 

Forbes & Robert E. Forbes, New York. R 

111202, Sept, 3, 1942, 23 

Spook lady. © Robert Housum, Cleveland Heights, 

O. R 111125, Aug. 26, 1942. 24 

Wrong woman, © Fawcett Lomax, London. R 

111395, Sept. 16, 1942, 25 



148 



CLASSES L AND M 
MOTION PICTURES 



Across the Pacific; from the serial by Robert 
Carson. © Sept 5, 1942; L 11564; Warner bros. 
pictures, inc., New Yorlt. 4851 

Adios Americano. © July 27, 1942; M 12815; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4852 

Adventures of Smilin' Jack. © Universal pictures 
CO., inc., New YorJt. 4853-4862 

Chap. no. 4, Knives of vengeance. © Aug. 28, 

1942; L 11556. 
Chap. no. 5, A watery grave. © Aug. 28, 1942; 

L 11557. 
Chap. no. 6, Escape by clipper. © Aug. 28, 

1942; L 11558. 
Chap. no. 7, Fifteen fathoms below. © Sept 4, 

1942; L 11562. 
Chap. no. 8, Treachery at sea. © Sept 4, 1942; 

L 11563. 
Chap, no. 9, The bridge of peril, based on news- 
paper feature, Smilin' Jaclt, Zacls Mosley. © 

Sept 9, 1942; L 11572. 
Chap. no. 10, Blacitout in the Islands, based on 

newspaper feature, Smilin' Jack, Zack Mosley. 

© Sept 9, 1942; L 11573. 
Chap. no. 11, Held for treason, based on news- 
paper feature, Smilin' Jack, Zack Mosley. © 

Sept 9, 1942; L 11574. 
Chap. no. 12, The torture fire test © Sept 15, 

1942; L 11581. 
Chap. no. 13, Sinking the Rising Sun. © Sept 

15, 1942; L 11582. 

All work and no pay. © July 8, 1942; L 11579; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

4863 

Alona on the Sarong Seas. © Sept 4, 1942; L 
11575; Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. 

4864 

Baby Face Morgan. © Sept 11, 1942; L 11583; 
Producers releasing corp., New York. 4865 

Barney Google b Snuffy Smith. See Private Snuffy 
Smith. 

Between us girls; based on Le fruit vert, by Regis 
Gignoux & Jacques Thery. © Sept 8, 1942; L 
11571; Universal pictures co., inc.. New York. 



Blackout in the Islands. See Adventures of Smilin' 
Jack. 

Bridge of peril. See Adventures of Smilin' Jack. 

Buffalo gals. © July 20, 1942; M 12800; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America^ inc., Chicago. 

4867 



Burned at the stake. Se£ Perils of the Royal 
mounted. 



Busses roar. © Sept 19, 1942; L 11584; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc., New York. 4868 

Call of the canyon. © Aug. 10, 1942; L 11569; Re- 
public pictures corp., New York. 4869 

Captain Midnight; chap. no. 10, The hidden bomb, 
based upon the radio serial. Captain Midnight 
© Apr. 19, 1942; L 11552; Columbia pictures 
Corp., HoUywood, Calif. 4870 

Congo clambake. © Aug. 3, 1942; M 12823; Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4871 

Cuban episode. © July 20, 1942; M 12799; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4872 

Dancing men. See Sherlock Holmes k the secret 
weapon. 

Dog trouble. © Apr. 22, 1942; L 11576; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 4873 

Eatin' on the cuff. © Sept 2, 1942; M 12810; Vita- 
phone Corp., New York. 4874 

Escape by clipper. See Adventures of Smilin' Jack. 

Eyes in the night; based upon a book by Baynard 
Kendrick. © Sept 11, 1942; L 11588; Loew's, 
inc.. New York. 4875 

Fan dance. © Aug. 3, 1942; M 12819; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4876 



Fifteen fathoms below. 
Jack. 



See Adventures of Smilin' 



For me and my gal. © Sept 11, 1942; L 11585; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 4877 

Foreign agent © Sept 4, 1942; L 11566; Mono- 
gram pictures corp. , Hollywood, Calif. 4878 

Framing father. © May 15, 1942; L 11544; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc.. New York. 4879 

Give this little girl a great big hand. © July 27, 
1942; M 12813; Soundies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 4880 

Held for treason. See Adventures of Smilin' Jack. 

Hidden bomb. See Captain Midnight 

I ain't got nobody. © July 20, 1942; M 12798; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4881 

I hear you knockin'. © Aug. 3, 1942; M 12824; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4882 



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4883 



pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 



I love a parade. © July 20, 1942; M 12801; Soundles 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4883 

I'll be glad when you're dead you rascal, you. © 
July 27, 1942; M 12814; Soundies distributing 
corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 4884 

I'm an old fashioned guy. © July 20, 1942; M 12802; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4885 

Impatient patient. © Sept. 19, 1942; M 12838; Vita- 
phone Corp., New York. 4886 

In the mood. © July 27, 1942; M 12818; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4887 

Indian temples, © Sept, 4, 1942; M 12827; Para- 
mount pictures, inc.. New York. 4888 

King of the stallions. © Aug. 14, 1942; L 11560; 
Monogram pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 



Knives of vengeance. See Adventures of Smilin' 
Jack. 

LitUe Joe, the wrangler. © Aug. 28, 1942; L 11554; 
Universal pictures co„ inc.. New York. 4890 

McFarland twins and their orchestra, © Ai^. 28, 
1942; M 12807; Paramoxmt pictures, inc., New 
York. 4891 

Matri-phony. © July 2, 1942; L 11549; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif, 4892 

Milky way. © Titie, descr. & 4 prints reed. Aug. 
28, 1942; M 12797; Diversey corp., Chicago. 

4893 



Mother Goose action book. © title, descr. & small 
roll reed. Aug. 28, 1942; M 12804; Robert D, 
Grant, North Hollywood, Calif. & Henry L. Port- 
er, Glendale, Calif. 4894 

Mountie gets his man. See Perils of the Royal 
mounted. 

Movietone news; v. 24, nos. 97, 98. © Aug. 11, 13, 
1942; M 12811, 12812; Movietonews, inc., New 
York, 4895, 4896 

My sweet Eloise. © Aug. 3, 1942; M 12821; Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4897 



News of the day; v. 13, nos. 293-300. © Aug. 3, 6, 
12, 14, 19, 21, 26, 28, 1942; M 12805, 12806, 
12825, 12826. 12834, 12835, 12840, 12841; Hearst 
Metrotone news, inc.. New York. 4898-4905 

Old homestead. © Aug. 17, 1942; L 11577; Republic 
pictures Corp., New York, 4906 

Omaha trail; based on an ordinal story by Jesse 
Lasky, jr. © Sept. 15, 1942; L 11587; Loew s, 
inc.. New York, 4907 



Operation and adjustment landing gear clutch shift 
rod. © title, descr. & 11 prints reed. Sept. 15, 
1942; M 12830; Bell aircraft corp., Buffalo. 



Paddy Callahan has joined the army. © July 27, 
1942; M 12816; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 4909 

Pennsylvania polka. © Aug. 3, 1942; M 12822; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 4910 

Penny arcade. © July 27, 1942; M 12817; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

4911 

Perils of Nyoka; chaps. 1-5, inc. © June 27, 1942; 
L 11567; Republic pictures corp.. New York. 

4912 

Perils of the Royal mounted. © Columbia pictures 
Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 4913, 4914 

Chap. no. 14, Burned at the stake. © Aug. 28, 

1942; L 11550. 
Chap. no. 15, The moimtle gets his man. © 

Sept. 1, 1942; L 11551. 

Phantom killer, © Aug. 28, 1942; L 11546; Mono- 
gram pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 4915 

Private Snuffy Smith; from Barney Google & Snuffy 
Smith, by Billy De Beck. © Jan. 16, 1942; L 
11565; Capital productions, Hollywood, Calif. 

4916 

Put-put-put, your arms around me. © July 20, 1942; 
M 12803; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 4917 

Raiders of San Joaquin. © Sept. 18, 1942; L 11586; 
Universal pictures co., inc.. New York. 4918 



Range rhythm. © July 17, 1942; L 11559; 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 



RKO- 

4919 



Removal and installation of alighting gear struts. 
© title, descr. & 15 prints reed. Sept 15, 1942; 
M 12828; Bell aircraft Corp., Buffalo. 



Serenade in swing. © Aug. 28, 1942; L 11555; 
Universal pictures co., inc.. New York. 4921 



Servicing landing gear struts and nose wheel shim- 
my damper. © title, descr. & 13 prints reed. 
Sept. 15, 1942; M 12831; Bell aircraft corp., 
Buffalo. 4922 

Shadows on the sage; based on characters created 
by William Colt MacDonald. © Aug. 24, 1942; 
L 11568; Republic pictures corp.. New York. 

4923 

Sherlock Holmes and the secret weapon; based on 
the story The dancii^ men, by Sir Arthur Conan 
Dnyle, © Aug. 31, 1942; L 11561; Universal 
pictures co., inc.. New York. 4924 

Sinking the Rising Sun, See Adventures of Smilin' 
Jack, 



150 



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no. 9, 1942 



4940 



Soundles song parade, no. 1. © Aug. 3, 1942; M 
12820; Soundles distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 4925 

l^eaking of animals at the dog show. © Aug. 28, 
1942; L 11580; Paramount pictures, inc.. New 
York, 4926 

Sunset serenade. © Sept. 14, 1942; L 11570; Re- 
public pictures Corp., New York. 4927 

Superman in Terror on the midway. © Aug. 28, 
1942; L 11553; Paramoimt pictures, inc.. New 
York. 4928 



Three smart s^s. © July 28, 1942; L 11548; Co- 
lumbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 4929 



Tireman, spare my tires. © June 4, 1942; L 11578; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 4930 



Tish; founded in part on stories by Mary Roberts 
Rinehart, © July 21, 1942; L 11545; Loew's, 
inc.. New York. 4931 

Torture fire test. See Adventures of Smilin' Jack. 

Treachery at sea. gee Adventures of Smilin' Jack. 

Universal newsreel; v. 15, nos. 105-110. © July 
28, 30, Aug. 4, 6, 11, 13, 1942; M 12808, 12809, 
12832, 12833, 12836, 12837; Universal pictures 
CO., inc., New York. 4932-4937 

Vendetta. © July 28, 1942; L 11547; Loew's, inc., 
New York. 4938 

War clouds in the Pacific. © Dec. 19, 1941; M 
12839; Loew's, inc., New York. 4939 

Watery grave. §ge Adventures of Smilin' Jack. 

Wheels and tires. © title, descr. & 15 prints reed. 
Sept. 15, 1942; M 12829; Bell aircraft corp., 
Buffalo. 4940 



Number of entries in Classes L and M included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1942: 

Motion picture photoplays-- — -_— — -_ =_- 681 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 915 



Total- 



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of 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

Published by Authority of the Acts 
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of June 30, 1906, and of 
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PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 

Including 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1942 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 15 

No. 10 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, Issued monthly, contains 
titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles 
of the entries made in Class "D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico-musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class "L," Motion-picture photoplays, and Class "M," Motion pictures other than 
photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations used 
in this part are as follows: "D, ' Class D, Dramatic compositions: "L," Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; 
and "M," Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "© ' implies copyright registration of a pub- 
lished work followed by date of publication; "© 1 c." stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed 
by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed under section 23 of 
the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue immediately following the drama list, and a list of 
motion pictures of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed, will be found immediately following the 
motion picture list. 

The annual index contains the titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion pictures. 
The act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
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The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received only for the calendar year) 
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Under the provisions of the act of Coi^ress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
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The Act further provides that any article iindisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
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Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
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This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
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CLASS D 
DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 
Note.— If the claimant of copyright is the same as the author, no statement of authorship is given. 



A. Grouch incorporated. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1942; D 
81991; Theodore P. Lancaster, Boston. 4941 

Accident means murder. See Federal ace. 

Advice to the lovelorn. © 1 c. Oct. 7, 1942; D 82065; 
Goodman Lipkind, New York. 4942 

Against the storm. © Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati. 4943, 4944 
Episode no. 747, by Sandra Michael. © 1 c. Sept. 

21, 1942; D 81929. 
Episode no. 756, by Sandra Michael & Gerda 

Michael. © 1 c. Oct. 8, 1942; D 82242. 

A-hunting we will go. See Death Valley days. 

Air cargo. See Report to the nation. 

Alibi. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

All American quiz show; episode no. 1. © 1 c. Oct. 
8, 1942; D 82117; Venable-Brown co., inc., Cin- 
cinnati. 4945 

Alleyn's a la carte drama Mortgage money. © 1 c. 
Sept. 28, 1942; D 82077; Edward AUen Loomis, 
Cambridge, Mass. 4946 

Allied offensive. See Report to the nation. 

Amanda. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1942; D 81918; Luby Shay 
Miller, Hollywood, Calif. 4947 

America is Americans. See What is America. 

American devil dogs; no. 1. © 1 c. Oct. 27, 1942; 
D 82268; Lord, inc. , New York. 4948 

And the aigels sing; bk. & lyrics by W. Kaye, music 
by M. Scadron & H. Wartels. [Text only] © 1 c. 
Oct. 8, 1942; D 82196; WUliam Kaye, Mimi 
Scadron & Helen Wartels, New York. 4949 

Angel street. © Sept. 29, 1942; D 82036; Patrick 
Hamilton, London. 4950 

Ankles aweigh. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1942; D 82123; Guy 
Bolton & Eddie Davis, New York. 4951 



Apache trap. See Lone Ranger, 

Are you a sport; or. Hooray for the champs. © 1 c. 
Oct. 9, 1942; D 82085; George Brendan Dowell, 
New York & Alfred Bertram Panetz, Jersey City. 

4952 

Around the world with American promonade [?] 
© 1 c. Sept. 8, 1942; D 82112; Zalmonah Willis 
Carter, Newtown, Pa. 4953 



Arsenic and old lace; by Joseph Kesselring. Rev. 
© Oct. 16, 1942; D 82190; Dramatists play ser- 
vice, inc.. New York. 4954 

Aster calamity. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1942; D 82028; 
Mrs. William Lee Weir, Oklahoma City. 4955 

Artist comes to town. See Dr. Christian. 

Attack. © 1 c. each Sept. 24, 1942; D 81903,82031; 
Adele Gutman Nathan, New York & Blevins Davis, 
Independence, Mo. 4956, 4957 

Aunt Lulu from Honolulu; by Henry Rowland [pseud, 
of Charles Geoi^e] © Sept. 28, 1942; D 82013; 
Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 4958 



Baby. 



Stars over Holljrwood. 



Barber of SeviUe in American; an adaptation by 
Louis Garden & Lazlo Halasz. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 
1942; D 81920; Louis Scheingarten, Brooklyn. 

4959 

Bareteria (The); or The kleptomaniac. © 1 c. Oct. 
13, 1942; D 82102; WiUiam Bertram Young, 
Chicago. 4960 

Baron; nos. 1, 2, by Billy K. Wells. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 
28, 1942; D 82225, 82289; William K. Wells, New- 
York. 4961, 4962 

Battle in evening dress. © 1 c. Oct. 20, 1942; D 
82208; John Brophy, Wargrave-on-Thames Berks, 
England. 4963 

Better yet Christmas book; by various authors. © 
Sept. 15, 1942; AA 410586; Willis N. Bugbee co., 
Syracuse. 4964 

Birds without wings; adapted from a French drama 
by Pierre Wolfe. © 1 c. Oct. 5, 1942; D 82025; 
Elizabeth Miele, Coleman Sta., N. Y. 4965 

Black Beauty; by Grace Barney, based on Anna 
Sewell's novel. © Oct. 7, 1942; D 82124; Samuel 
French, New York. 4966 

Black madonna. © 1 c. Oct. 13, 1942; D 82100; 
Dorothy Stets, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 4967 

Black magic. See Dr. Christian. 

Blackmail spins the prop. See Green Hornet. 

Blackout mystery; by James Reach. © Aug. 31, 
1942; D 82212; Samuel French, New York. 4968 

Blue pebbles. See Lone Ranger. 

Boss of the Tarantullas. See Lone Ranger. 



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pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 



Boy friend; by Marion Short. © Sept. 18, 1942; 
D »1966; Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 



[Boy from Argentine] .jij'cjpj-ir iid Tinn ij7T 

© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1942; D 82119; Max Kletter, New 
York. 4970 

Brave new world; or. Is there a God. © 1 c. Sept. 
11, 1942; D 81921; JamesDoyle Vollor, New York. 

4971 

Brazil. See Report to the nation. 

Bridge blackouts; based on articles by S. Tupper 
Bigelow. © Oct. 15, 1942; D 82218; Percival 
Wilde, Sharon, Conn. 4972 

British decision to occupy Madagascar. See Report 
to the nation. 

Brother Goose; by William Davidson. © Sept. 24, 
1942; D 82009; William F. Davidson, St. Paul. 

4973 

Bull Dog Annie; by E. K. Rhinelander [pseud, of E. 
KernJ © 1 c. Oct. 5, 1942; D 82204; Emil Kern, 
Newark, N. J. 4974 

By the skin of the teeth. See Death Valley days. 

Call me Frank. © 1 c. Oct. 23, 1942; D 82238; 
Gerardo Ernesto Neisser, New York. 4975 

Cancan (Offenbach in Paris) © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1942; 
D 82231; Michael Pollon, New York. 4976 

Career. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1942; D 81917; Luby Shay 
Miller, Hollywood, Calif. 4977 

Caribbean station. © 1 c, Oct. 26, 1942; D 82276; 
Jerome Mayer, New York. 4978 

Carson's ejq)ress. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Case of Basil Bai^hart. See Gang busters. 

Case of Bootfa=Montgomery gai^. See Gai^ busters. 

Case of Clyde Buchanan. See Gang busters. 

Case of Dr. Moritz. Letters to soldiers. See 
Counterspy. 

Case of Paul Chase. See Gang busters. 

Case of Miller-Grinko case. See Gang busters. 

Case of poison gas. §ee Counterspy. 

Case of the German party. See Counterspy. 

Case of the knife boat. See Counterspy. 

Case of the old actress. See Counterspy. 

Case of Tommy Holmes. See Dr. Christian. 

Challenge of the Yukon; by Tom Dougall. © 
Challenge of the Yukon, inc., Detroit. 4979-4987 
No. 242, Construction gar^. © 1 c Sept. 23, 
1942: D 81942. 



No. 243, Loon Lake. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1942; D 

81943. 
No. 244, The Melvin brothers. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 

1942; D 81935. 
No. 245, Gold at Lame Dog Creek. © 1 c. Sept. 

23, 1942; D 81944. 
No. 246, Carson's express. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1942; 

D 81937. 
No. 247, Double alibi. © 1 c. Sept 23, 1942; D 

81934. 
No. 248, Alibi. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1942; D 81905. 
No. 249, Stolen nuggets. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1942; 

D 81904. 
No. 250, Promise to avenge. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 

1942; D 82175. 

Chase & Sanborn program; Sept. 6, 13, 27, Oct. 4, 
1942. © 1 c. Sept. 14, 21, Oct. 2, 19, 1942; 
D 82027, 82026, 82010, 82200; Edgar John Bergen, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. 4988-4991 

Child Divine; text by Mattie B. Shannon, music by 
various composers [compiled by I. H. Mereditly 
© Aug. 17, 1942; D 76172; Tullar-Meredith co.. 
New York. 4992 

Child of Peace; text by Edith H. Willis & Edith 
Ellsworth, music by E. H. Willis. © Oct. 1, 1942; 
D 76181; Walter H. Baker co., Boston. 4993 

Christmas fire; by Leonora Sill Ashton. © June 1, 
1942; D 82203; Meigs pub. co., Indianapolis. 

4994 

Colonel Evan S. Carlson from Honolulu. See Report 
to the nation. 

Comedy of terrors. © 1 c. Oct. 15, 1942; D 82136; 
Ralph Henry Mead, Green Bay, Wis. 4995 

Commando; program no. 1. © 1 c. Oct. 5, 1942; 
D 82142; Sam Cook Digges, Arlington, Va. 4996 

Coi^ress debatii^ tax bill. See Report to the nation. 

Congressman Tolan-from Washington. See Report 
to the nation. 



Conquest of fate; or Edward Livingston Trudeau. 
© 1 c. Oct. 24, 1942; D 82237; Florence Felten 
French, Hamilton, N. Y. 4997 

Conquest of Madagascar. See Report to the nation. 

Conservation of rubber. See Report to the nation. 

Construction gang. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Counterspy. © Phillips H. Lord, New York. 

4998-5002 
Program no. 13, Case of 'poison gas. © 1 c. 

Oct. 27, 1942; D 82269. 
Program no. 14, Case of Dr. Moritz. Letters 

to soldiers. © 1 c. Oct. 27, 1942; D 82270. 
Program no. 15, Case of the old actress. © 1 c. 

Oct. 27, 1942; D 82271. 
Program no. 16, Case of the knife boat. © 1 c. 

Oct. 27, 1942; D 82272. 
Program no. 17, Case of the German party. © 

1 c. Oct. 27, 1942; D 82273. 

Courtship on the hoof. See Death Valley days. 



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5043 



Crime doctor; nos, 113-117. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 
Oct. 7, 10, 19, 26, 1942; D 81985, 82079, 82089, 
82201, 82274; Max Marcin, New York. 

5003-5007 

Curse of the coffin-nails; or. The perils of a puffer. 
© 1 c. Oct. 21, 1942; D 82226; James Ross 
Kearney, Camp Roberts, Calif. 5008 

Custer's last stand; by William D. Fisher. © Aug. 
29, 1942; D 82017; Edward I. Heuer, Cedar 
Rapids, la. 5009 

Dark river. © Aug. 29, 1942; D 82152; Rodney 
Ackland, Surrey, England. 5010 

Day is not yet over. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 1942; D 82021; 
Murray Burnett & Joan Alison, Elmhurst, L. I., 
N. Y. 5011 

Dead man's shoes. See First nighter. 

Dear relatives; by Ralph A. Jason [pseud, of M. I. 
Ignatius] © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1942; D 81953; 
Maurits Ignatius Boas, Beverly Hills, Calif. 

5012 

Dear teacher. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 1942; D 81983; 
Michael Carlo Fusco, Utica, N. Y. 5013 

Death comes to a magician. See Shadow. 



Death in the night. 



Green Hornet. 



Death Valley days; by McCann-Erickson, inc. © 
Pacific coast borax co.. New York. 5014-5021 
Sept. 10, 1942, Perennial beau. © 1 c. Oct. 6, 

1942; D 82056. 
Sept. 17, 1942, A-hunting we will go. © 1 c. 

Oct. 6, 1942; D 82057. 
Sept. 24, 1942, Rocky. © 1 c. Oct. 6, 1942; D 

82058. 
Oct. 1, 1942, The man who walked to his death. 

© 1 c. Oct. 6, 1942; D 82059. 
Oct. 8, 1942, By the skin of the teeth. © 1 c. 

Oct. 6, 1942; D 82060. 
Oct. 15, 1942, That thing called savvy. 

Oct. 15, 1942; D 82158. 
Oct. 22, 1942, To Hank Foster. © 1 c. Oct. 27, 

1942; D 82293. 
Oct. 29, 1942, Courtship on the hoof. © 1 c. 

Oct. 27, 1942; D 82294. 



© 



Deportation of Jewish people in France, 
port to the nation. 



See Re- 



Destiny of my people. p58S i"D J ID ^xj nyn 

© 1 c. Oct. 14, 1942; D 82132; Ossip Dymow, 
New York. 5022 

Dirty work at the crossroads; or, Tempted, tried 
and true, by Bill Johnson. © Sept. 29, 1942; D 
82129; Samuel French, New York. 5023 

Diversions; by Herbert Farjeon. © Aug. 21, 1942; 
D 82151; Samuel French, ltd., London. 5024 

Do it now; by Bess Breene. © 1 c. Sept. 17, 1942; 
D 81869; Bess Springer Breene, New York. 

5025 



Doctor Christian. 
York. 



McCann-Erickson, inc., New 
5026-5032 



Episode no. 199, Sweetheart s protective in 

surance. © 1 c. Oct. 6, 1942; D 82052. 
Episode no. 200, An artist comes to town. © 

I c. Oct. 6, 1942; D 82053. 
Episode no. 201, On to glory. © 1 c. Oct, 6, 

1942; D 82054. 
Episode no. 202, The case of Tommy Holmes. 

© 1 c. Oct. 6, 1942; D 82055. 
Episode no. 203, Black magic. © 1 c. Oct. 15, 

1942; D 82159. 
Episode no. 204, Miss Lizzie's burglar. © 1 c. 

Oct. 27, 1942; D 82291. 
Episode no. 205, Light a fallen star. © 1 c. 

Oct. 27, 1942; D 82292. 

Doctor David. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 1942; D 81984; 
Samuel H. Cohen & Bemice Cortelle, New York. 

5033 

Dollar princesses; original screenplay by E. Wede- 
man, music by Leo Fall. [Text only] © 1 c. 
Sept. 24, 1942; D 81973; Erna Wedeman, New 
York. 5034 

Dolores of Mexico; by Joaquin Miller [pseud, of 
Cincinnatus Heine Miller] © 1 c. Mar. 23, 
1942; D 81972; Juanita J. Miller, Oakland, Calif. 

5035 

Double alibi. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Double counterfeit. See Lone Ranger. 

Double exposure; by Charles Quimby Burdette. 
© Sept. 2, 1942; D 81999; Row, Peterson & co. 
Evanston, HI. 5036 

Double exposure. See also Lone Ranger. 

Double for an outlaw. See Lone Ranger. 

Double trouble. © 1 c. Oct. 10, 1942; D 82096; 
Newman Sidney Shirk, Concordville, Pa. 5037 

Draft. See Report to the nation. 

Dream bed. © 1 c. Oct. 20, 1942; D 82210; 
Lucille Lane Fenton, Houston. 5038 



Edward Livingston Trudeau. 



Conquest of fate. 



Egoist; from the novel by George Meredith. © 
1 c. Oct. 5, 1942; D 82138; LelleSwann & David 
Russell, Dallas. 5039 

Eminently Victorian; adapted from A happy pair, 
by S. Theyre Smith. © 1 c. Oct. 17, 1942; D 
82167; Laurence Eyre, Ridgefield, Conn. 5040 

Empress Josephine; book by Paul Knepler & Gezal 
Herczeg, music by E. Kalman. [Text only] © 
1 c. Sept. 12, 1942; D 82113; Emmerich Kal- 
man, New York. 5041 



Enemy landing. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 1942; D 

Charis Weare, Wargrave-on-Thames, Berks, 
England. 5042 

Eva and her apple; by Michael Reisland. © 1 c. 
Oct. 1, 1942; D 81988; Calvin M. Reisland, 
Cleveland. 5043 



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Eve of St. Mark. © Sept. 12, 1942; D 81961; Max- 
well Anderson, Washington. 5044 



Every day Sunday. © 1 c. 
Hugo Haas, New York. 



5, 1942; D 82140; 
5045 



Every family has one; by George Donald Batson. © 
Sept. 23, 1942; D 82131; Samuel French. New 
York. 5046 

Fair of Sorotchintz; libretto by A. Bester. [Text 
onlyj © 1 c. Sept. 24, 1942; D 82064; Alfred 
Bester, New York, 5047 

Falling stars. © 1 c. Oct. 9, 1942; D 82087; Clar- 
ence Louis Schaertel, Gloversville, N. Y. 5048 

Family reunion; by Robert Ray. © Sept. 23, 1942; 
D 82038; Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

5049 

Fare-thee-welL © 1 c. Oct. 23, 1942; D 82239; 
Gladys Hurlbut, Woodstock, N. Y. 5050 

Farmer in the ring. See Stars over Hollywood. 

Farmer's daughter; or Sally and the villain, by Ellis 
Wilhite. © Aug. 29, 1942; D 82044; Edward I. 
Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la. 5051 

Feast of Raymi; text by Charlotte Perry, music by 
Dorsey H. Decker. © Oct. 5, 1942; AA 412068; J. 
Fischer & bro.. New York. 5052 

Federal ace; by Fran Striker. © Federal ace, inc., 
petroit. 5053-5063 

No. 190, 50,000 bail. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1942; D 

82066. 
No. 191, Island in the Caribbean. © 1 c. Sept. 

23, 1942; D 82067. 
No, 192, Stand-in for a saboteur. © 1 c. Sept. 

23, 1942; D 82068. 
No. 193, The man in twelve. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 

1942; D 82069. 
No. 194, Message for a minefield. ® 1 c. Sept. 

23, 1942; D 82070. 
No. 195, An accident means murder. ® 1 c. Sept. 

23, 1942; D 82071. 
No. 196, The whispering woman. © 1 c. Sept. 

23, 1942; D 82072. 
No. 197, Three of a kind. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1942; 

D 82073. 
No, 198, Masquerading the raider. © 1 c. Sept. 

23, 1942; D 82074. 
No. 199, Pan American survey. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 

1942; D 82171. 
No. 200, Letter to Washington. © 1 c, Oct. 12, 

1942; D 82172. 



Fifth dimension. © 1 c. Oct. 6, 1942; D 82039; 
John O'Leary Glennon, Jackson Heights, L. I., N. 
Y. 5064 

50,000 bail. See Federal ace. 

Fighting minister; by Anthony Oliver [pseud, of A. 
Ferreira, jr.] © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1942; D 82030; 
Antone Ferreira, jr.. New York. 5065 

First front. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1942; D 82033; Peter 
Martin, New York. 5066 



First nighter. © Campana sales co., Batavia, 111. 

5067-5069 
Oct. 4, 1942, Dead man's shoes, by Robert Sturgis. 

© 1 c. Oct. 16, 1942; D 82156. 
Oct. 11, 1942, Vitamin complex, by Virginia 
Safford Lynn. © 1 c. Oct. 16, 1942; D 82155. 
Oct. 18, 1942; The silent house, by Leigh Brack- 
ett. © 1 c. Oct. 26, 1942; D 82265. 

Fit for victory; by Clark Stevens. © Sept. 18, 1942; 
D 81967; Northwestern press, Minneapolis, 

5070 



Forest fire prevention campaign, 
nation. 



See Report to the 



Formula for murder. See Green Hornet. 

Frank Murray's Mad Mikado; or, A state of embar- 
rassment, by F. O. Murray, adapted from the 
Mikado, bk. by W. S. Gilbert, music by Arthur 
Sullivan. © 1 c. Sept. 29, 1942; D unp. 76179; 
Frank Owen Murray, New York. 5071 

Free men are fighting. See Free men fight. 

Free men fight; Free men are fighting, by Paul Gir- 
ard & George Stillman. © 1 c. Sept, 30, 1942; 
D 82115; Press assn., inc., New York. 5072 

Fruit stall. © 1 c. Oct. 16, 1942; D 82147; Caitilin 
Kelly, New York. 5073 

Gang busters. © Philips H. Lord, New York. 

5074-5078 
Program no. 282, Case of Miller -Grinko case. 

© 1 c. Sept. 29, 1942; D 82975. 
Program no. 283, Case of Booth-Montgomery 

gai^. © 1 c. Oct. 6, 1942; D 82047. 
Program no. 284, Case of John Paul Chase. © 1 

c. Oct. 27, 1942; D 82267. 
Program no. 285, Case of Basil Banghart. © 1 

c. Oct. 22, 1942; D 82234. 
Program no. 286, Case of Clyde Buchanan. © 1 

c. Oct. 27, 1942; D 82266. 

Gas and oil shortage. See Report to the nation. 

Gay goose; by Edwin Scribner. © Sept. 18, 1942; D 
81970; Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 5079 

Ghostly garrison; by Helen Gholson Kittredge [pseud, 
of Helen Gause Kittredge] © 1 c. Sept. 10, 1942; 
D 81924; Helen Gause Kittredge, New York. 

5080 

Gift in secret. © Sept. 28, 1942; D 82192; Carl H. 
Claudy, Washii^ton. 5081 

Gift of words. © 1 c. Oct. 26, 1942; D 82245; Con- 
stance Golden Sontag, Yellow Springs, O. 5082 

Girl from Brazil; by Anne Coulter Martens. © 
Sept. 15, 1942; D 82004; Dramatic pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 5083 

Girl in every port; by James Fuller [pseud, of 
Clark F. Sergei] © Oct. 7, 1942; D 82252; Dra- 
matic pub. CO., Chicago. 5084 



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5122 



Give place. © 1 c. Oct. 7, 1942; D 82049; Renita 
Randolph, New York. 5085 

God and the sparrow; by Fanny [i. e. F. L.] Daven- 
port. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1942; D 82141; Frances 
Littlefield Davenport, San Angelo, Tex. 5086 

Gold at Lame Dog Creed. SfifeChallengeof the Yukon. 

Golondrina (La) © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1942; D 82207; 
John Steven McGroarty, Tujunga, Calif. 5087 

Good neighbours; by Gertrude Jennings. ® Aug 21, 
1942; D 82149; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

5088 

Good tidings of great joy; text by Donna Duvall 
[pseud, of Dorothy L. Sumerau] music by Forrest 
G. Walter. © Sept. 14, 1942; D 76175; Tullar- 
Meredith CO. , New York. - 5089 

Gown for the bride; by Anne Coulter Martens. © 
Sept. 15, 1942; D 82002; Dramatic pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 5090 

Grand old girl; based upon the motion picture of the 
same title, dramatized by Frank Vre eland. © 
Oct, 14, 1942; D 82164; RKO radio pictures, inc.. 
New York. 5091 

Grandma steps out. © Sept. 12, 1942; D 82014; 
Eloise Keeler, San Francisco. 5092 

Great Anthony. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1942; D 81992; 
Russell Bridwell, Beverly Hills, Calif. 5093 

Great composers; by John Byrne, compiled by Geo- 
rge H. Gartlan. © Aug. 29, 1942; D 82219; Ben- 
ton & Bowles, inc.. New York. 5094 

Green Hornet, by Fran Striker. © Green Hornet, 
inc. , Detroit 5095-5104 

No. 567, Sabotaging the saboteur. © 1 c. Sept. 

23, 1942; D 81963. 
No. 568, Death in the night. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1942" 

D 81938. 
No. 569, No news for the Gestapo, © 1 c. Sept. 

23, 1942; D 81939. 
No. 570, Tires mean trouble. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 

1942; D 81940. 
No. 571, Blackmail spins the prop. © 1 c. Sept. 

23, 1942; D 81941, 
No, 572, Gum makes it stick. © 1 c. Sept. 23 

1942; D- 81908. 
No. 573, Formula for murder. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 

1942; D 81907. 
No. 574, Murder trips a rat. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 

1942; D 81906. 
No. 575, Last words mean sabotage. © 1 c. Oct. 

12, 1942; 82174. 
No. 576, It pays to advertise. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 

1942; D 82173. 

Gum makes it stick. §ee Green Hornet. 

Guns across the border. See Lone Ranger. 

Gypsy's daughter. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1942; D 81956; 
William K. Stone, New York. 5105 

Happy is the bride; by Kurtz Gordon [pseud, of C. 
Gordon Kurtz] © Oct. 7, 1942; D 82099; Walter H. 
Baker CO. , Boston. 5106 

502525 O - 43 - 2 



Happy pair. 



Eminently Victorian. 



Happy New Year. © 1 c. Oct. 8, 1942; D 82081;Leo- 
nard Ide, New York. 5107 

Hari-kiri over the Pacific. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1942; D 
82143; Carlo de Fornaro, New York. 5108 

Harem scarem, based on an idea by Fred Ballard. 
© 1 c. Sept. 4, 1942; D 82116; Milton Herbert 
Gropper, New York. 5109 

Have you got it. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1942; D 82133; S. 
Jay Budd, Brooklyn. 5110 

Heart beats. © Oct. 10, 1942; D 82278; Anna Bee- 
croft Briggs, Los Angeles. 5111 

Hebrews XI: 1. © 1 c. Oct. 16, 1942; D 82250; 
Joseph Kesselring, New York. 5112 

Hero is born; by William Kozlenko. © Sept. 15, 
1942; D 81998; Row, Peterson & co., Evanston, 
m. 5113 

Home front. © Sept. 25, 1942; D 82154; George Riley 
Kernodle, Cleveland. 5114 

Home with father; by Edwin Scribner. © Sept. 18, 
1942; D 81971; Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

5115 

Hoofbeats to Arizona. See Lone Ranger. 

Hooray for the champs. See Are you a sport. 

Horse's master. See Lone Ranger. 

House of a thousand mirrors. See Stars over Holly- 
wood. 

House of gentle folks. See Next stop Moscow. 

House that Wack built. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1942; D 
82121; Francis William Steinecke, Ridgewood, 
N. Y. 5116 

House without a key; by Earl Derr Biggers, drama- 
tized by Jean Lee Latham. © Oct. 7, 1942; D 
82255; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 5117 

How's your Spanish; book & lyrics by Don Juan 
[pseud, of J. P. Buschlen] music by Carl F. Vid- 
ano & Hal Hubbard. [Text only] © 1 c. Oct. 5, 
1942; D 82076; John Preston Buschlen, Hollywood, 
Calif. 5118 

Huckleberry Finn; by Samuel Clemens, dramatized 
by Jane Kendall [pseud, of Aime Coulter Martens] 
© Oct. 13, 1942; D 82256; Dramatic pub. co., 
Chicago. 5119 

I pledge aUegiance; by Basil Ring. © Sept. 23, 1942; 
D 82125; Samuel French, New York. 5120 

I want a nurse; by Isobel Evensen. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 
1942; D 81977; American theatre wing war ser- 
vice, inc., New York. 5121 

I'll be waiting. See Stars over Hollywood. 

I'll go quieUy; by Richard Weber. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 
1942; D 81923; Richard L. Weber, jr., Milwaukee. 

5122 



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5123 



pt. 1 , n. s., V. 1 5 



Immediate but not temporary; by Effa E. Preston. 
© Oct. 15, 1942; D 82193; T. S. Denison & co., 
Chicago. 5123 

In time to come. © Sept. 18, 1942; D 82015; Howard 
Koch, Burbank, Calif. 5124 

India. See Report to the nation. 

Indian trouble. See Lone Ranger. 

Industrial safety. See Report to the nation. 

Inflation. See Report to the nation. 

Insurance agent. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1942, D 81990; 
Theodore P. Lancaster, Boston. 5125 

Is there a God. See Brave new world. 

Island in the Caribbean. See Federal ace. 

It pays to advertise. See Green Hornet. 

It's a date; by Clarence Styza. © Aug. 29, 1942; D 
82042; Edward L Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la. 5126 

It's the simple life; by Clark Stevens. © Sept. 18, 
1942; D 81963; Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 

5127 

Jam today; by Denis Waldock & R(^er Burford. © 1 

c. © Oct. 12, 1942; D 82101; Eric Glass, London. 

5128 

Jean's visit to Toyland; words & music by M. I. Bar- 
nett. © 1 c. Sept. 8, 1942; D 76174; Marjorie 
Ingram Barnett, Springfield, Mass. 5129 

Jerry breaks a date; by William D. Fisher. © Aug. 
29, 1942; D 82018; Edward LHeuer, Cedar Rapids, 
la. 5130 

Jesus, not Caesar; by Geza Herczeg. © 1 c. Sept. 
24, 1942; D 81951; Emile Lustig & Stefan Neu- 
mann, New York. 5131 

Johnnie Volpe; by B. K. Simkhovitch [ pseud , of B. 
Simcoe] © 1 c. Sept. 19, 1942, D 82034; Ben- 
jamin Simcoe, Huntington, L. I., N. Y. 5132 

June Spencer's monologues, by June Spencer. © Dec. 
1, 1942; D 82150; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

5133 



Jr. Lt. Pavlichenko-from Washington, 
the nation. 



Report to 



Just before day; by Theodore Ward. © 1 c. Oct. 7, 
1942; D 82080; James Theodore Ward, Washing- 
ton. 5134 



Just like Cinderella; by Charles George. © Aug. 31, 
1942; D 82213; Samuel French, New York. 5135 

Just underneath; by Fremont Varnum. © Aug. 28, 
1942; D 82019; Edward L Heuer, Cedar Rapids, 
la. 5136 

Khyfoer Pass; lyrics & music by A. M. IngaUs & 
William Klein, bk. by I. N. Strauss. © 1 c. Oct. 
21, 1942; D 76182; Albert Merrick IngaUs, Henry 
William Klein & Ivard Norman Strauss, Seattle. 

5137 



Kid sister; by William Devan. © Sept. 18, 1942; D 
81968; Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 5138 

King and Conga; by E= A. Peeples& Ramsay Phillips. 
© 1 c. Sept. 8, 1942; D 81919; Edwin A. Peeples, 
Atlanta. 5139 

Kitty Foyle; by C. Morley, dramatized by Chris- 
topher Sergei. © Oct. 7, 1942; D 82254; Chris- 
topher Morley, New York. 5140 



Kleptomaniac. See Bareteria. 



Ladies discover America; By Anne Coulter Marte 
© Sept. 15, 1942; D 82003; Dramatic pub. co. 
Chicago. 514 



Lady in gray; by Lindsey Barbee. © Sept. 18, 1942; 
D 81969; Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 5142 

Last in the world. © 1 c. May 22, 1942; D 82144; 
Arch Oboler, Cornell, Calif. 5143 

Last words mean sabotage. See Green Hornet. 

Legacy for a ghost. See Lone Ranger. 

Letter from Karen; episode 1. © 1 c. Oct. 10, 
1942; D 82090; Helen Hughes Brooks, Belle Har- 
bor, L. I., N. Y. 5144 

Letter to Washington. See Federal ace. 

Lidice. © 1 c. Oct. 5, 1942, D 82024; Adolph Hoff- 
meister. New York. 5145 

Life can be beautiful. © Procter & Gamble co. , 
Cincinnati. 5146, 5147 

Episdoe no. 1024, by Carl Bixby & Don Becker, 

© 1 c. Sept. 21, 1942; D 82927. 
Episode no. 1056, by Carl Bixby & Don Becker. 
© 1 c. Oct. 8, 1942; D 82106. 

Light a fallen star. See Dr. Christian. 

Lights up. See Program papers for today and to- 
morrow. 

Likewise, I'm sure. © 1 c. Oct. 1, 1942, D 81987; 
Lucille S. Prumbs, New York. 5148 

Little Shepherd; text by Barbara Stuart, music by 
Arthur Grantley [pseud, of L H. Meredith] © 
Aug. 17, 1942; D 76173; TuUar-Meredith co.. 
New York. 5149 

Little slice of the rainbow. © 1 c. Oct. 6, 1942; D 
82050; May Sophia Forrester, Pasadena. 5150 

Lone journey; continuity nos. 580, 605, by Sandra 
Michael & Peter Michael. © 1 c. Sept. 21, Oct. 
8, 1942; D 81930, 82243; Procter & Gamble co., 
Cincinnati. 5151> 5152 



Lone Ranger; by Fran Striker. © Lone Ranger, inc., 
Detroit. 5153-5171 

No. 1505-718, The boss of the Tarantullas. © 1 

c. Sept. 23, 1942, D 81909. 
No. 1506-719, The magic belt. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 

1942; D 81910. 
No. 1507-720, Double for an outlaw. © 1 c. Sept. 

23, 1942; D 81911. 



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5201 



No. 1508-721, Set a thief to catch a theif . © 1 c. 

Sept, 23, 1942; D 81912. 
No. 1509-722, Guns across the border. © 1 c. 

Sept. 23, 1942; D 81913. 
No. 1510 723, Mystery of the night marauders. © 

1 c. Sept. 23, 1942; D 81914 
No. 1511-724, Legacy for a ghost. © 1 c. Sept. 

23, 1942; D 81915. 
No. 1512-725, Double counterfeit. © 1 c. Sept. 

23, 1942; D 81916. 
No. 1513-726, Murder strikes thrice. © 1 c. Oct 

12, 1942; D 82176. 
No. 1514-727, Horse's master. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 

1942; D 82177. 
No. 1515-728, Hoofbeats to Arizona. © 1 c, Oct. 

12, 1942: D 82178. 
No. 1516-729, Quicksand tells a tale. © 1 c. Oct. 

12, 1942; D 82179. 
No, 1517-730, Apache trap, © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1942: 

D 82180.. 
No. 1518-731, Thunder Morgan's fall. © 1 c. 

Oct. 12, 1942; D 82181. 
No. 1519-732, Indian trouble. © 1 c, Oct. 12, 

1942; D 82182. 
No. 1520-733, Blue pebbles. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 

1942; D 82183. 
No. 1521-734, Double exposure. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 

1942; D 82184. 
No. 1522-735, Steel rails and gold. © 1 c. Oct. 

12, 1942; D 82185. 
No. 1523-736, Turnabout. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1942; 

D 82186. 

Long is the way. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1942; D 82264; 
John Frederick Stanton, Mill Valley, Calif. 5172 

Loon Lake. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Lost horizon: by James Hilton, dramatized by Anne 
Coulter Martens & Christopher Sergei. © Oct. 
13, 1942; D 82251; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 

5173 

Love and lumbago; by Ole Lind [pseud, of T. Rosen- 
berg] © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1942; D 82161: Theresa 
Rosenberg," New York. 5174 



Madonna in Greenwich. © 1 c. Oct. 20, 1942; D 
82199; Harvey Roe, New York. 5175 

Magic belt. See Lone Ranger. 

Man in twelve. See Federal ace. 

Man who walked to his death. See Death Valley days. 

March of time; Sept. 24, Oct. 1, 8, 15, 22, 1942. © 1 
c. Sept. 28, Oct. 5, 10, 17, 24, 1942; D 81954, 
82023, 82093, 82187, 82248; Time, inc., New York. 

5176-5180 

Marie Zakrzewska (Zakshefska); by Jane Douglass 
[i. e. J. D. CrawfordJ © 1 c. Oct. 7, 1942; D 
82160; Jane Douglass Crawford, New Haven. 

5181 

Ma's new husband; by Leland Price. © Oct. 1, 1942; 
D 82063; Charles George, Blue Ridge Summit, Pa. 

5182 

Masquerading the raider. See Federal ace. 



Master strikes. See Shadow. 

Maxwell House coffee time; by Benton & Bowles, 
inc. © General foods corp.. New York. 

5183-5187 
Sept. 10, 1942. © 1 c Sept. 24, 1942- D 81959. 
Sept. 17, 1942. © 1 c. Oct. 1, 1942; D 82022. 
Sept. 24, Oct. 1, 1942. © 1 c. each Oct. 10,1942- 

D 82097, 82098. 
Oct. 8, 1942. © 1 c. Oct. 17, 1942; D 82188. 

Me and Shakespeare- by Ruth Golden. © Sept. 29, 
1942; D 72130; Samuel French, New York. 5188 

Mealtime hour; by Irene Bennett Needham & G. 
Aline Brough. © Oct, 21, 1942; D 82288; Eliza- 
beth McCormick memorial fund, Chicago. 5189 

Meat and oil shortage, See Report to the nation. 

Medals in Havana. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1942; D 82198; 
Zene B. Cutler, Chicago. 5190 

Meet Lily Malloy. See Stars over Holly^vood. 

Meet on Friday; by Jack [i. e. J. T.J Kane & Kay 
[i. e, K. M.] Brown. © 1 c. Oct. 20, 1942; D 
82209; John Thomas Kane & KathrynM, Brown, 
Boston. 5191 

Main zihn hut fligel (My son has wings); by Hymie 
Jacobson & J. Goldstein. 

© 1 c= Oct, 15, 1942; D 82134; Jennie Goldstein, 
New York. 5192 

Melvin brothers. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Merciful dawn. © 1 c. Oct. 16, 1942; D 82148; 
Thomas Emanuel Kocovsky, Newark, N. J. 5193 

Message for a minefield. See Federal ace. 

Message from "Bataan. © 1 c, Oct. 14, 1942; D 
82135; Bernard J. Reines, Boston. 5194 

Mikado. See Frank Murray's Mad Mikado. 

Minister's story. See Yellow orchid. 

Miracle at Dublin Gulch; by Robert Finch. ® Sept. 
15, 1942; D 82007; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 

5195 

Mirror, mirror; by Dorothy Verrill [i. e. D. V. 
Rhodes] © 1 c. Oct. 23, 1942; D 82236; Dorothy 
Verrill Rhodes, New York. 5196 

Misguided mysteries. © 1 c. Sept. 19, 1942; D 
82032; Noel Bovell Lester, Plainfield, N. J. 5197 

Miss Lizzie's burgler. See Dr. Christian. 



Mr. Cook's tour; by Leland Price. © Oct. 16, 1942; 
D 82189; Charles George, Blue Ridge Summit, 
Pa. 5198 

Mr. Zero. © 1 c, Sept. 30, 1942; D 81980; Cyril 
Harris, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. 5199 

Mrs. Cohen wants a fur coat. © 1 c. Oct. 17, 1942; 
D 82222; Samuel W. Simon, Montreal. 5200 

Monsieur le directeur. © 1 c. Sept. 24, 1942; D 
81949; Isaac Keesing, Kew Gardens, N. Y. 5201 



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Pt. 1, 



V. 15 



Mountain house mystery; by Robert St. Clair. © Aug. 
29, 1942; D 82043; Edward LHeuer, Cedar Rapids, 
la. 5202 

Murder of Lidice. © 1 c. Oct. 19, 1942; D 82221; 
Edna St. Vincent Millay, Austerlitz, N. Y. 5203 

Murder strikes thrice. See Lone Ranger. 
Murder trips a rat. See Green Hornet. 

Music-haU. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1942; D 82078; Karl 
Farkas, New York. 5204 

My dream; music, lyrics & narration. ® 1 c. Sept. 
8, 1942; D 76177; Robbie Lue Ferron, Seattle. 

5205 

My sister Eileen; by J. A. Fields & J. Chodorov, 
based on the stories by Ruth McKenney. Rev. © 
Oct. 10, 1942; D 82191; Joseph A. Fields & Jerome 
Chodorov, New York. 5206 

Mystery of the night marauders. See Long Ranger. 

New curate. © 1 c. Oct 6, 1942; D 82046; J. Murray 
Ferrill, Washington. 5207 

New lamps for old. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 1942; D 81986; 
Ida Lublenski Ehrlich, Brooklyn. 5208 

News from Chungking. © 1 c. Oct. 19, 1942; D 
82202; Theodore Reeves, Los Alleles. 5209 

Next stop Moscow; founded in part on Ivan Tourge- 
nieff's novel. The house of gentlefolks. © Ic. Aug. 
25, 1942; D 82995; Michael S. Visaroff, West 
Hollywood, Calif. 5210 



Nineteenth hole of Europe. © 1 c. Sept. 29, 1942; D 
81996; Vivian Connell, Dublin. 5211 

Ninos de confeccion. © 1 c. Sept. 24, 1942; D 81948; 
Isaac Keesing, Kew Gardens, N. Y. 5212 

No news for the Gestapo. See Green Hornet. 

No peace for the wicked. © 1 c. Oct. 5, 1942; D 
82040; Dennis Joseph Cooper, Hollywood, Calif. 

5213 

No tuxedo; by Clark Stevens. © Sept. 18, 1942; D 
81964; Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 5214 

Noces d'argent. See Silver wedding. 

On to glory. See Dr. Christian. 

One failed to return. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 1942; D 81994; 
Nicholas Farkas, New York. 5215 



One man's Venus. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1942; D 

Bella Spewack, Newhope, Pa. 5216 

Only road. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1942; D 82137; Leo Bryan 
Pride, Hollywood, Calif. 5217 

Open letter to my son, by a mother. © 1 c. Oct. 13, 
1942; D 82120; Susan Allen, Spokane. 5218 



Orestes & Electra theme. See Return of Orestes. 

Out of this world; by Jack Preston [pseud, of J, P. 
Buschlen] © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1942; D 82011; John 
Preston Buschlen, Hollywood, Calif. 5219 

Oxydol's own Ma Perkins; continuity nos. 2383 E. T., 
2394 E. T., by Orin Tovrov. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 
Oct. 8, 1942; D 81932, 82107; Procter & Gamble 
CO., Cincinnati. 5220, 5221 

Ozark road. See Ravlin's. 

Painters' colic; by Mary Lee Kendrick, 2d. © 1 c. 
S^t. 21, 1942; D 82029; Mrs. William Lee Weir, 
Oklahoma City. 5222 



PanAmerican survey. See Federal ace. 

Paso una mujer. © 1 c, Sept. 24, 1942; D 81946; 
Isaar Keesii^, Kew Gardens, N. Y. 5223 

Pathetique. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1942; D 82122; John 
O'Leary Glennon, Jackson Heights, L. I., N. Y. 

5224 

Patriotic plays for schools; by Helen Starr. © Oct. 
19, 1942; D 82230; Northwestern press, Minnea- 
polis. 5225 

Paul faces the tire shortage; by Christopher Sergei. 
© Oct. 1, 1942; D 82253; Dramatic pub. CO., 
Chicago. 5226 

Paulina's aunt arrives, © 1 c. Sept. 8, 1942; D 
81933; Zalmonah Willis Carter, Newtown, Pa. 

5227 

Perennial beau. See Death Valley days. 

Perils of a puffer. See Curse of the coffin-nails. 

Peter's dream; story, music & lyrics. © 1 c. 
Sept. 30, 1942; D 76171; Alice Remsen, Astoria, 
L„ I., N. Y. 5228 

Play with fire; by Edward Percy [pseud, of E. P. 
Smithj © Sept. 12, 1942; D 82045; Edward Percy 
Smith, Stone -in-Oxney, Near Tenterden, Kent, 
England. 5229 

Possibility of a second front. See Report to the na- 
tion. 

President's demand for action against rising cost 
of living. See Report to the nation. 

Pride and prejudice; ad^ted from Jane Austen's 
novel, by Jane Kendall [pseud, of Anne Coulter 
Martens] © Sept. 15, 1942; D 82006; Dramatic 
pub. CO., Chicago. 5230 

Prince Health conquers Germland. © 1 c. Oct. 19, 
1942; D 82169; Maurine Faulkner Bergland, Hays, 
Kan. 5231 

Program papers for today and tomorrow; XI, Lights 
up, by Barbara Abel. © Sept. 14, 1942; D 82037; 
Natl, board of the Young womens Christian 
associations of the United States, New York. 

5232 



160 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 10, 1942 



5263 



Promise to avenge. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Publicity wife; by Chaladora [pseud, of D. Chal- 
mers] © 1 c. Oct. 6, 1942; D 82139; Dorothea. 
Chalmers, Newark. 5233 

Puceron (Le) de Barbebleue. © 1 c. Sept. 24, 1942; 
D 81947; Isaac Keesing, Kew Gardens, N. Y. 

5234 

Quicksand tells a tale. Sg£. Lone Ranger. 

Rainbo house; no. 1, Oct. 11, 1942. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 
1942; D 82241; WiUiam F. Holland agency, Cin- 
cinnati. 5235 

Rationing of meat, gasoline and rubber, ggg Report 
to the nation. 

Ravlin's; or, Ozark road. © 1 c. Oct. 8, 1942; D 
82082; Guy Bates, Kansas City, Mo. 5236 



Red flash. © 1 c. Oct. 16, 1942; D 82146; Harold 
James Barrett, South Norwalk, Conn. 5237 

Red room. See Shadow. 

Report to the nation. © Columbia broadcasting 

system, inc., New York. 5238-5246 

July 24, 1942, Forest fire prevention campaign, 
by Harold R. Isaacs & Ann Ives. © July 28, 
1942; D 82287. 

July 31, 1942, Air cargo [and] Industrial safety, 
by Harold R. Isaacs & Ann Ives. © Aug. 6, 
1942; D 82286. 

Aug. 7, 1942, Summary of week's news. Steel 
shortage --speech by Senator Truman, Rubber 
situation, Gas and oil shortage, Air cargo 
[and] Possibility of second front, by Harold R. 
Isaacs, Mark Smith & Ann Ives. © Aug. 12, 
1942; D 82285. 

Aiig. 14, 1942, Solomon Islands, Congressman 
Tolan-from Washington [and] India. © Aug. 
19, 1942; D 82284. 

Aug. 21, 1942, Meat and oil shortage [and] Allied 
offensive, by Harold R. Isaacs, Mark Smith & 
Ann Ives. © Aug. 26, 1942; D 82283. 

Aug. 28, 1942, BrazU, War production, Jr. Lt. 
Pavlichenko-from Washington, Dralt [and] 
WUson's account of fall of Hong Kong. © Sept. 
2, 1942; D 82282. 

Sept. 4, 1942, World news, Inflation [and] Colonel 
Evan S. Carlson from Honolulu. © Sept. 14, 
1942; D 82279. 

Sept. 11, 1942, President's demand for action 
against rising cost of living, British decision 
to occupy Madagascar, Scenes from Last train 
from Berlin, Wakefield fire [and] Conserva- 
tion of rubber. © Sept. 16, 1942; D 82281. 

Sept. 18, 1942, Congress debating tax biU, Ration- 
ing of meat, gasoline & rubber, Conquest 
of Madagascar, Deportation of Jewish people 
in France [and] Russians stand to hold Stalin- 
grad; scenes from They were expendable. © 
Sept. 23, 1942; D 82280. 



Representative medieval and Tudor plays; tr. & 
modernized, with an introduction by Rc^er Sher- 
man Loomis & Henry W. Wells. © Oct. 14, 1942; 
A 168178; Sheed & Ward, inc., New York. 5247 



Return of Orestes; based on the Orestes & Electra 
theme. © 1 c. Oct. 10, 1942; D 82095; Nicholas 
Andromedas, Jersey City. 5248 

Revolt of the worms. © 1 c. Oct. 17, 1942; D 
Arch Oboler, Cornell, Calif. 5249 



Richest girl in the world; based upon the motion 
picture of the same title, dramatized by Frank 
Vreeland. © Oct. 14, 1942; D 82164; RKO radio 
pictures, inc.. New York. 5250 

Riddle of the Endless Cave. Sge Shadow. 

Right to happiness; episodes nos. 734, 766 by Irna 
PhiUips. © 1 c. Sept. 21, Oct. 8, 1942; D 81928, 
82108; Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

5251, 5252 

River Seine. © 1 c. Oct. 19, 1942; D 82168; Harry 
MerriU Laff, Los Angeles. 5253 



Road of life; episodes nos. 1289, 1304, by Irna 
PhUlips. © 1 c. Sept. 21, Oct. 8, 1942; D 81926, 
82109; Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

5254, 5255 

Rocky. See Death Valley days. 

Room for laughs; book & lyrics by B. C. Blossner, 
music by J. Frank Otto. [Text only] © 1 c. Oct. 
1, 1942; D 82118; B. Clinton Blossner, New York. 

5256 

Rounded world. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1942; D 82220; 
Florence Brown Barber, Llanerch, Pa. 5257 



Rubber situation. 



Report to the nation. 



Rufus comes to town; by Tom Taggart. © Oct. 8, 
1942; D 82128; Samuel French, New York. 5258 

Russians stand to hold Stalingrad; scenes from They 
were expendable. See Report to the nation. 

Sabotaging the saboteur, gee Green Hornet. 

Sally and the villain. See Farmer's daughter. 

Sally decides; by Mother Elizabeth Hart. © 1 c. 
Oct. 16, 1942; D 82145; Boston Cenacle society, 
Brighton, Mass. 5259 

San Demetrio; by Robert Hamer & Charles Frend. 
© 1 c. Sept. 5, 1942; D 81922, Ealing studios, 
ltd., London. 5260 



Santa locked out; by Elizabeth McFadden Wright & 
Walter Hastings Wright. © Sept. 15, 1942; D 
82001; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 5261 



Saved by the belle; by Thomas Sutton. © Sept. 4, 
1942; D 82216; Samuel French, New York. 5262 

Scenes from Last train from Berlin. See Report to 
the nation. 

Seaside porch; by Tom Powers. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 
1942; D 81979; American theatre wing war ser- 
vice, inc., New York. 5263 



161 



5264 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. 1, n, s., V. 15 



Secret agent; by Harl-y L. Hadley. © Sept. 18, 1942; 
D 81962; Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 5264 

Seed and the soil, © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1942; D 82205; 
Adele S. Osherson, New York. 5265 

Sentenced to a pension; by G. Merrill Lenox & Cla- 
rence M. Gallup. © Aug. 26, 1942; D 81945; 
Ministers & missionaries benefit board of tlie 
northern Baptist convention, New York. 5266 



Sentinels; episode no. 1. © 1 c. 
82075; James Jewell, Detroit. 



Mar. 7, 1942; D 
5267 



Set a thief to catch a theif . See Lone Ranger. 

Shadow; by Jack Hastings, Max Ehrlich & Sidney 
Sion. © Street & Smith publications, inc.. New 
York. 5268=.5271 

Sept, 27, 1942, The red room. © 1 c. Oct. 3, 

1942; D 82061. 
Oct. 4, 1942, Death comes to a magician. © 1 c. 

Oct. 6, 1942; D 82062. 
Oct. 11, 1942, The master strikes. © 1 c. Oct. 

16, 1942; D 82157. 
Oct. 18, 1942, The riddle of the Endless Cave. 

© 1 c. Oct. 20, 1942; D 82229. 

Shady side. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1942; D 81958; Samuel 
Greenfield, Astoria, L. I., N. Y, 5272 

She could not tell; or. Torn between loves. © 1 c. 
Oct. 10, 1942; D 82104; Fannie Woodard, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5273 

Shenandoah; by Delmore Schwartz. © Oct. 6, 1941; 
D 82016; New directions, Norfolk, Conn. 5274 

She's a soldier's sweetheart; by Anne Coulter Mar- 
tens. © Sept, 15, 1942; D 82005; Dramatic pub. 
CO., Chicago. 5275 

Short divorce. © 1 c. Oct. 22, 1942; D 82224; Theo- 
dore P. Lancaster, Boston. 5276 

Silent house. See First nighter. 



Silver wedding; based upon Les noces d' argent, by 
P. Geraldy. © 1 c. Oct. 8, 1942; D 82088; Paul 
Geraldy, Guerrevielle-Beauvallon, (Var), France 
& Alexander King, New York. 5277 

Skin of our teeth. © 1 c, Oct. 28, 1942; D 82290; 
Thronton Wilder, New Haven, 5278 

Slight case of madness; bk. by J. Stevens & F. Tre- 
bino, music & lyrics by J. Shuman & J. Stevens. 
© 1 c. Sept. 23, 1942; D 76178; John Shuman, 
Jerry Stevens & Franc Trebino, Philadelphia. 

5279 

Slow poison. See Zolataroff stories. 

Smile of the Infant Jesus. © 1 c. Sept. 14, 1942; D 
81974; Mary Skurkay Einecke, Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 5280 

Snookums. See Stars over Hollywood. 

So long Johnny; by Gerald Kitchen [pseud, of G. K. 
Rudulph] © 1 c. Sept. 9, 1942; D 82035; Gerald 
K. Rudulph, Buffalo. 5281 



Solomon Islands. See Report to the nation. 

Soon tomorrow. © 1 c, Oct. 7, 1942; D 82051; 
Nicholas Cosentino, New York. 5282 

Spider Island; by Joseph Spalding. © Aug. 31, 1942; 
D 82214; Samuel French, New York. 5283 

Spooks, inc. © 1 c. Oct. 10, 1942; D 82086; Jeanne 
Temple, New York. 5284 

Sport (The) © 1 c. Oct. 17, 1942; D 82170; Gardner 
Hunting, Long Beach, Calif. 5285 

Spot in the sun. © 1 c, Oct. 21, 1942; D 82228; 
Louise Eppenstein, Chicago. 5286 

Spy me this one; by John Kirkpatrick. © Aug. 31, 
1942; D 82211; Samuel French, New York. 5287 

Stand-in for a saboteur. See Federal ace. 

Stars of valor; by Clark Stevens. © Sept, 18, 1942; 
D 81965; Northwestern press, Minneapolis. 5288 

Stars over Hollywood. © Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 

5289-5297 
Aug. 8, 1942, The farmer in the ring, by Walter 

Hackett & Virginia Rooks. © 1 c, Oct. 21, 

1942; D 82235. 
Aug. 15, 1942, Snookums, by Mildred Hark & Noel 

McQueen. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1942; D 82262. 
Aug. 22, 1942, The house of a thousand mirrors, 

by Roger Quale Denny. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1942; 

D 82263. 
Sept. 5, 1942, Meet Lily Malloy, by Arthur Laur- 

ents. © 1 c. Sept. 8, 1942; D 82258. 
Sept. 12, 1942, Waymond the wonesome wino- 

cewus, by Robert E. Lee & Jerome Lawrence. 

© 1 c. Oct. 21, 1942; D 82261. 
Sept. 19, 1942, I'll be waitii^, by Arthur Laurents. 

© 1 c. Oct. 21, 1942; D 82259. 
Sept. 26, 1942, Way of thoroughbreds, by Marvin 

Ryerson. © 1 c. Oct. 26, 1942; D 82247, 
Oct. 10, 1942, Baby, by Arthur Laurents, © 1 c. 

Oct. 21, 1942; D 82260. 
Oct. 17, 1942, There goes the bride, by Mildred 

Hark & Noel McQueen. © 1 c. Oct. 26, 1942; 

D 82246. 



State of embarrassment. See Frank Murray's Mad 
Mikado. 



Steel rails and gold. See Lone Ranger. 

Steel shortage- -speech by Senator Truman. See 
Report to the nation. 

Stolen nuggets. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Strange wedding ring; by Jane Douglass [i. e. J. D. 
Crawford] © 1 c. Oct. 9, 1942; D 82195; Jane 
Douglass Crawford, New York. 5298 

Streamlined youth; by Edwin Scribner. © Oct. 7, 
1942: D 82127: Samuel French, New York. 5299 



Summary of week's news. See Report to the nation. 

Sunrise. © 1 c, Sept. 24, 1942; D 81902; Adeline 
Leitzbach, New York. 5300 



162 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 10, 1942 



5331 



This freedom; by Elliot Field. 
82012; Walter H Baker co. 



® Sept. 24, 
Boston 



1942- D 
5313 



Surinam trade, © 1 c. Oct. 22, 1942; D 82227; 
Elizabeth Goodyear & Selma Paley Morosco, 
New York. 5301 

Sweethearts' protective insurance. See Dr. Christian. 

Take a letter; by Lucile Crites © Aug. 28, 1942; 
D 82020- Edward I. Heuer, Cedar Rapids, la. 

5302 

Talk costs lives; by Rose Campion [pseud, of Ruth 
F. SergelJ © Sept. 15, 1942; D 82000; Dramatic 
pub. CO., Chicago. 5303 

Tempted, tried and true. See Dirty work at the 
crossroads. 

Texaco star theatre; by Fred Allen. © Batchelor 
enterprises, inc. , New York. 5304-5306 

Oct. 4, 1942. © 1 c, Oct 7, 1942; D 82194. 
Oct. 11, 1942. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1942; D 82223. 
Oct. 18, 1942. © 1 c. Oct. 23, 1942; D 82233. 

That old devil. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1942, D 82206; John 
Charles Nugent, New York. 5307 

That thing called savvy. See Death VaUey days. 

That's Washington; by Carol Lynn [pseud, of C. H. 

Planck] & C. E Planck. © 1 c. Sept. 22, 1942; , 

D 81993; Carolyn H. i'lanck & Charles E. Planck, | 

Arlington. Va. 5308 | 

There goes the bride. See Stars over Hollywood. 

These women tell. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1942; D 81989; 
Doris Carew, Los Angeles. 5309 

They live forever; Mar. 22, 1942. © 1 c. Oct. 24, 
1942; D 82244; Columbia broadcasting system, 
inc. , New York. 5310 

Thinking schoolroom; by school children [ i. e. Min- 
ute maids & Minute men of MRA] © 1 c. Sept. 
21, 1942; D 82257; Oxford group-Moral rearma- 
ment, MRA, inc., Washington. 5311 

This being young; by Richard Young. © Aug. 24, 
1942; D 82217; Samuel French, New York. 5312 



This is the army; by Irving Berlin. [Text only] © 1 
c. Oct. 14, 1942; D 82103; This is the army, inc.. 
New York, 5314 

This marriage business; based upon the motion 
picture of the same title, dramatized by Frank 
Vreeland. © Oct. 14, 1942; D 82166; RKO radio 
pictures, inc., New York. 5315 

Three Christmas plays for jimiors. © Oct. 1, 1942; 
D 82083; E. L. Commons, Lincoln, Neb. 5316 

Three of a kind. See Federal ace. 

Thunder Morgan's fall. See Lone Ranger. 



Time, the place and the girl; by Joe [i. e. J. E.] 
Howard. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1942; D 82197; Joseph 
Edgar Howard, New York, 5317 



Timely tale; by Leslie Reade. © 1 c. Oct. 23, 
1942; D 82240; Leslie Raas Reade, New York. 

5318 

Tires mean trouble. See Green Hornet. 

To Hank Foster. See Death Valley days. 

To the President; no. 1, Oct. 18, 1942. © 1 c. Oct 
26, 1942; D 82249, Arch Oboler, Cornell, Calif. 

5319 

Toby Doodle Dandy; by L. Verne Slout. © Sept. 22, 
1942; D 82008; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 5320 

Torn between loves. See She could not tell. 

Trip to the moon. © 1 c. Oct. 13, 1942; D 82094; 
Alexis Alexeevitch Massainoff , Lake Arrowhead, 
Calif. 5321 

Turnabout. See Lone Ranger. 

25 non-royalty one-act plays for all-girl casts; 
compiled by Betty Smith, with an introduction by 
Kenneth T. Rowe. © Sept. 11, 1942; D 82084 
Greenberg, publisher, inc.. New York. 5322 

Twenty-five non-royalty plays for children; by 
Marjorie Barrows, Alice Very [and others] com- 
piled by M. Jagendorf. © Sept. 11, 1942; D 
81997; Greenberg, publisher, inc., New York. 

5323 

Ultimo (El) rey. © 1 c. Sept. 24, 1942; D 81950; 
Isaac Keesii^, Kew Gardens, N. Y. 5324 

Uncle Sam presents his family. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 
1942; D 81955; Adolph W. Schmid, Olive, Calif. 

5325 

Uncle Sam's Christmas; words & music Otis M. 
Carrington. © Sept. 8, 1942; D 76176; Meyers & 
Carrington, Redwood City, Calif. 5326 



Unto the least of these. © 1 c. Oct. 26, 1942; D 
82275; Gladys Brown Denison, Manitowoc, Wis 

5327 

V for victory; compiled and ed. by Rehn Scarbor- 
ough. © Sept. 25, 1942; AA 410773; Walter H. 
Baker co., Boston. 5328 



Vic and Sade; Aug. 12, Sept. 17, 1942, by Paul 
Rhymer. © 1 c. Sept. 21, Oct. 8, 1942; D 81925, 
82110; Procter & Gamble co. Cincinnati. 

5329, 5330 

Vitamin complex. See First nighter. 

Wakefield fire. See Report to the nation. 

War production. See Report to the nation. 

way of thoroughbreds. See Stars over Hollywood. 

Waymond the wonesome winocewus. See Stars over 
Holl3rwood. 

Wedding bond. © 1 c. Oct. 3, 1942; D 82232; 
Mattilee Bains Levie, Albertville, Ala. 5331 



163 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



5332 



pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 



Week-end. © 1 c, Sept. 30, 1942; D 81976; 
S. Osherson, New York. 



Adele 
5332 



What is America; or, America is Americans. © 
Apr. 21, 1942; D 82153; Hal Borland & Philip 
Dunning, New York. 5333 

What the devil. © 1 c. Oct. 17, 1942; D 82163; Arch 
Oboler, Cornell, Calif. 5334 

What'Il I do, mom; by Ethel Harris Gregory. © 1 c. 
Sept. 30, 1942; D 81978; American theatre wii^ 
war service, inc., New York. 5335 

What's your problem; audition script, by Esterre 
Schuyler & Beverly Younger. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 
1942; D 81952; Esterre W. Ruplin, Chicago. 

5336 

Whispering woman. See Federal ace. 

Who killed Aunt Caroline; by Grant Richards. © 
Sept. 4, 1942; D 82215; Samuel French, New York. 

5337 

Wilson's account of fall of Hong Kong. See Report 
to the nation. 

Winds of freedom; a story based on the life of 
General Jose Miguel Carrera, first president of 
Chile. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 1942; D 82105; Margaret 
Didier, Baltimore. 5338 

Woman in white; continuity nos. 1199, 1224, by Irna 
Phillips. © 1 c. Sept. 21, Oct. 8, 1942; D 81931, 
82111; Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

5339, 5340 

Women's war-conservation short. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 
1942; D 81957; Belle Roboz & Henry Cabot, New 
York. 5341 



Wonderful woman. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 1942; D 81981; 
John Brophy, Wargrave-on-Thames, Berks, Eng- 
land. 5342 

World news. See Report to the nation. 

Yellow orchid; or, The minister's story. © 1 c. 
Oct. 7, 1942; D 82048; Katharene Ervin Loyal, 
San Francisco. 5343 



You touched me; by T. Williams & D. Windham, 
adapted from a short story by D. H. Lawrence, 
© 1 c. Sept. 16, 1942; D 82114; Tennessee 
Williams, Jacksonville, Fla., Donald Windham, 
New York & Frieda Lawrence, San Cristobal, 
N. M. 5344 



You'll never be the same. ® 1 c. Oct. 6, 1942; D 
82041; Rachel Baker & David Davidson, New 
York. 5345 



Young George Washington; music by Molly Donald- 
son, play by Madge Tucker. © Oct. 5, 1942; D 
76180; Musette publishers, inc.. New York. 

5346 

Youth on the home front; by Pete Williams [pseud, 
of James Reach] © Oct. 7, 1942; D 82126; Sam- 
uel French, New York. 5347 



Zolataroff (Introduction) 'See Zolataroff stories. 

Zolataroff stories. © Lloyd Fogel-Songer, Boston. 

5348, 5349 

1, Zolataroff (Introduction) © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1942; 
D 82091. 

2, Slow poison. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1942; D 82092. 



Number of entries of dramas included in Part 1, Group 3, of the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1942: 

Dramatic compositions (including 3089 unpublished) »--^ .= --- — 3589 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 43 unpublished)- — - — = --= — -== — 54 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 63 unpublished) =-_=_„ — = =_= — 103 

Dramatico- musical compositions in foreign langus^es (including 3 unpublished)-- — - = = - 7 

Total =._.=_..=.„.=„ =___=_„_.. = . = _= =._=__„__ 3753 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 [5349 



And so they were married; by Jesse L3mch Williams. 
© Alice L. Williams, Carmel, Calif. R 111569, 
Oct. 2, 1942. 1 

Beverly's balance; by Paul Kester. © Florence 
Wickham Lueder, New York. R 112006, Oct. 15, 
1942. 2 

Big drum; by Arthur Wing Pinero. © C. N. Hughes 
& Eveleen Mills, London. R 111417, Sept. 19, 
1942. 3 

Birds' Christmas carol; by Kate Douglas Wiggin [i. 
e. K. D. W. Riggs], in collaboration with Helen 
Ingersoll. © Helen Bradbury Higgins, New York. 
R 111857, Oct. 8, 1942. * 4 

Black pearl; by Victorien Sardou, tr. by B. H. ClarJc 
© Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. R 
111759, Oct. 12, 1942. 5 

Black tie. See Possession, etc. 

Brignol and his daughter; by Alfred Capus, tr. by B. 
H. Clark. © Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, 
N. Y. R 111758, Oct. 12, 1942. 6 

Charming Leandre; by Theodore de Banville, tr. by 
B. H. Clark. © Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff 
Manor, N. Y. R 111754, Oct! 12, 1942. 7 

Choosing a career; by G. A. de Caillaveb, tr. by B. 
H. Clark. © Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, 
N. Y. R 111753, Oct. 12, 1942. 8 



Circles. 



Possession, etc. 



Darling of the gods; by David Belasco & John Luther 
Long. © Reina Belasco Gest, New York. R 
111532, Sept. 29, 1942. 9 

Devil's daughter; tr. & adapted by Joseph H. Trent 
from Gabriel D'Annunzio's book La Gioconda. © 
Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., New Yor6. R 
111853, Oct. 8, 1942. 10 

Doctor in spite of himself; by Moliere, tr. by B. H. 
Clark. © Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, N. 
Y. R 111756, Oct. 12, 1942. 11 

Fighting hope; by William J. Hurlbut. © Benjamin 
F. Roeder, New York. R 111581, Sept. 30, 1942. 

12 

Same. © Reina Belasco Gest, New York. R 

111580, Sept. 30, 1942. 13 



French without a master; by Tristan Bernard, tr. 
by B. H. Clark. © Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff 
Manor, N. Y. R 111755, Oct. 12, 1942. 14 

Gioconda. See Devil's daughter. 

Good woman. See Possession, etc. 

Groove. See Possession, etc. 

House of Fourchambault; by Emile Augier, tr, by 
B. H. Clark. © Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff 
Manor, N. Y. R 111757, Oct. 12, 1942. 15 

Little Shepherdess; by Andre Rivoire, tr. by B. H. 
Clark. © Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, 
N. Y. R 111752, Oct. 12, 1942. 16 

Mr. Lazarus; by Harvey O'Higgins and H. Ford. © 
Anna G. O'Higgins, Martinsville, N, J. & Harriet 
Ford, New York. R 112005, Oct. 15, 1942. 17 

Much ado about nothing; intro. & notes by Henry 
Norman Hudson, ed. & rev. by Ebenezer Charl- 
ton Black. School ed. © Agnes Knox Black, Den- 
field, Ont., Canada. R 111927, Oct. 14, 1942. 

18 

Nobody's widow; by Avery Hopwood. © Benjamin F. 
Roeder, New York. R 111675, Oct. 8, 1942. 19 



© Reina Belasco Gest, New York. R 
111674, Oct. 8, 1942. 20 

Possession, The groove. The unborn. Circles, A 
good woman [&] The black tie. © George Middle- 
ton, New York. R 111587, Oct. 6, 1942. 21 

Short plays about famous authors. © Maude Mor- 
rison Frank, New York. R 111588, Oct. 6, 1942. 

22 

Sins of the father. © Charles William Tackenberg, 
Cincinnati. R 111583, Oct. 1, 1942. 23 

Spies; by J. H. Hanover [pseud, of J. H. Ernst] & R. 
Weiman. © Jessie Hein Ernst, New York & Rita 
Weiman, Cedar Hills, Westport, Conn. R 112004, 
Oct. 15, 1942. 24 



Unborn. See Possession, etc. 



Woman's wit. © Charles William Tackenberg, 
Cincinnati. R 111584, Oct. 1. 1942. 25 



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CLASSES L AND M 
MOTION PICTURES 



All I need is you. © Aug. 10, 1942; M 12855; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 5350 

Alternating current flat and horizontal positions. 
See Inside arc welding. 

Andy Panda's victory garden. © Sept, 22, 1942; M 
12844; Universal pictures co., inc. & Walter 
Lantz productions, New York. 5351 

Aqua waltz. © Sept. 14, 1942; M 12983; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

5352 

Are you happy, amen, © Aug. 17, 1942; M 12852; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago, 5353 

Back in the saddle again, © Sept. 14, 1942; M 12984; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 5354 

Balinesia. © Aug. 17, 1942; M 12853; Soundies 
distributii^ corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

5355 

Battle for a bottle. © May 29, 1942; M 12867; 
Screen gems, inc., Los Angeles, ' 5356 

Behind the eight ball. © Sept. 28, 1942; L 11622; 
Universal pictures co., inc.. New York. 5357 

Bells of Capistrano. © Sept. 15, 1942; L 11621; Re- 
public pictures corp.. New York. 5358 

Blackbird fantasy. © Aug. 31, 1942; M 12882; Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

5359 

Blacksmith song. © Aug. 24, 1942; M 12880; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc, 
Chicago, 5360 

Blitz wolf. © Sept, 11, 1942; L 11612; Loew's, inc, 
New York, 5361 

Boot Hill bandits. © Apr. 24, 1942; L 11593; Range 
busters, inc.. North Hollywood, Calif. 5362 

Bowery. © Aug. 17, 1942; M 12850; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 5363 

Bowery at midnight. © Sept. 25, 1942; L 11590; 
Monogram pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

5364 

Bubble dance. © Sept. 7, 1942; M 12933; Soundies 
distributing corp, of America, inc, Chicago, 

5365 

Canadian patrol, © Sept, 15, 1942; M 12842; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc, New York, 5366 



Cheyenne roundup. © Oct. 8, 1942; L 11635; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 5367 

Chips off the old block. © Sept. 21, 1942; L 11641; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 5368 

Conchita Pepita. © Aug. 31, 1942; M 12886; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

5369 

Counter-espionage; based upon a work by Louis 
Joseph Vance. © Sept. 3, 1942; L 11605; Co- 
lumbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 5370 

Countersinking, counterboring and spot facing. 
See Machine shop work, operations on the verti- 
cal drill. 

Criminal investigator, © Sept, 18, 1942; L 11591; 
Monogram pictures corp,, Hollywood, Calif, 

5371 

Cutting an external acme thread. See Machine shop 
work, operations on the lathe. 

Cutting threads with taps and dies. See Machine 
shop work - bench work no. 1, 

Daring young man. © Oct. 8, 1942; L 11646; Co- 
lumbia pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 5372 

Desperate journey. © Sept, 26, 1942; L 11658; 
Warner bros, pictures, inc. New York, 5373 

Double talk girl, © Oct, 23, 1942; M 12988; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 5374 

Drilling a hole in a pin. See Machine shop work, 
operations on the sensitive drill. 

Early bird dood it. © Sept. 16, 1942; L 11642; 
Loew's, inc.. New York. 5375 

Enemy passport. See Secret code. 

Fitting and scraping small bearings. See Machine 
shop work - bench work, no. 3. 

Flaming oil. See Secret code. 

Flat position. See Inside of arc welding. 

Flying tigers, © Oct, 8, 1942; L 11620; Republic 
pictures corp.. New York. 5376 

Football thrills of 1941. © Sept. 9, 1942; M 12847; 
Loew's, inc.. New York, 5377 

Fundamentals. See Inside of arc welding. 

Glass key; based on the novel by Dashiell Hammett. 
© Oct. 26, 1942; L 11653; Paramount pictures, 
inc.. New York. 5378 



166 



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no. 10, 1942 



5421 



Good job. © Sept. 30, 1942; L 11629; Loew's, inc., 
New York. 5379 

Health for defense. © Mar. 3, 1942; M 12869; Film 
institute, inc., Hollywood, Calif, 5380 

Hedda Hopper's Hollywood; no. 6. © 1 c. Oct. 1, 
1942; M 12870; Paramount pictures, inc.. New 
York. 5381 

Hep cat, © Oct, 10, 1942; M 12932; Vitaphone Corp., 
New York, 5382 

Hold 'em jail. © June 26, 1942; L 11637; RKO^radio 
pictures, inc., New York, 5383 

Holiday inn; based on an idea by Irving Berlin. © 
June 12, 1942; L 11636; Paramount pictures, inc.. 
New York, 5384 

Horizontal position. See Inside of arc welding. 

How to swim. © Mar. 6, 1942; L 11631; Walt Dis- 
ney productions, Burbank, Calif. 5385 

Hull of a mess. © Oct, 16, 1942; L 11654; Para- 
mount pictures, inc.. New York. 5386 

Human sailboat. © Oct, 15, 1942; M 12958; Uni- 
versal pictures co,, inc., New York, 5387 



I dood it. © Aug, 31, 1942; M 12884; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp, of America, inc., Chicago. 5388 

I Uve on danger. © Sept. 18, 1942; L 11608; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 5389 



Idaho. © Aug. 10, 1942; M 12854; Soundies distri- 
buting corp, of America, inc., Chicago, 5390 

Inside of arc welding, © General electric co., 
Schenectady, N. Y. 5391-5396 

Pt.1, Fundamentals. © Apr, 15, 1942; M 12961. 
Pt,2, Flat position. © July 1, 1942; M 12962. 
Pt, 3, Horizontal position. © July 1, 1942; M 

12963. 
Pt. 4, Alternating current flat and horizontal 

positions. © July 1, 1942; M 12964. 
Pt. 5, Vertical position, © July 1, 1942; M 12965. 
Pt. 6, Overhead position. © July 1, 1942; M 

12966, 

It comes up love; suggested by a story by Aleen Les- 
lie & Jay Dratler. © Sept. 21, 1942; L 11596; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc.. New York. 5397 

Jail hostess. © Oct. 15, 1942; M 12959; Universal 
pictures co,, inc., New York. 5398 

Jasper and the haunted house. © Oct. 23, 1942; L 
11660; Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

5399 

Jingle, jangle, jingle. © Aug. 10, 1942; M 12859; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chi- 
cago. 5400 

Just a girl that men forget. © Aug. 31, 1942; M 
12885; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago, 5401 



Just off Broadway; based on an idea by Jo Eisinger & 
the character Michael Shayne, created by Brett 
Halliday, © Sept. 25, 1942; L 11644; Twentieth 
century -Fox film corp,. New York. 5402 

Kukan, the battle cry of China, © Aug, 7, 1942; M 
12968; United arUsts corp,. New York. 5403 

Laugh, laugh, laugh. © Aug, 24, 1942; M 12879; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 5404 

Letter from Bataan, © Sept. 15, 1942; L 11615; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 5405 

Little broadcast. © Sept, 18, 1942; L 11616; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 5406 

Little town in the ould countrydown. © Aug. 17, 
1942; M 12849; Soundies distributing corp. of 
America, inc., Chicago. 5407 

Living ghost. © Oct, 23, 1942; L 11657; Monogram 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 5408 

Loan stranger. © Oct. 21, 1942; M 12986; Univer- 
sal pictures CO., inc. & Walter Lantz productions, 
New York. 5409 

Locating holes, drilling and tapping in cast iron. 
See Machine shop work, operations on the verti- 
cal drill. 



Lucky legs. © Sept. 29, 1942; L 11601; 
pictures corp,, Hollywood, Calif. 



Columbia 
5410 



[Machine shop work - bench work] © Ray-Bell films, 
inc., St, PauL 5411-5415 

[No. 1] Cutting threads with taps and dies, © 

Aug, 25, 1942; M 12969. 
[No. 2] Scraping flat surfaces. © Aug. 25, 1942; 

M 12970. 
[No. 3] Fitting and scraping small bearings 

Aug. 25, 1942; M 12971, 
[No. 4] Reamii^ with straight hand reamers. 

Aug, 25, 1942; M 12972. 
[No, 5] Reaming with taper hand reamers 

Aug, 25, 1942; M 12973, 



© 



© 



Machine shop work, operations on the lathe, © West 
coast sound studios, inc.. New York, 5416, 5417 
No, 6, Turning a taper with the tail stock set 

over. © Sept. 26, 1942; M 12887. 
No, 7, Cutting an external acme thread. © Sept, 
26, 1942; M 12888, 

Machine shop work, operations on the sensitive 
drill; no. 1, Drilling a hole in a pin. © Sept, 26, 
1942; M 12891; West coast sound studios, inc, 
New York. 5418 

Machine shop work, operations on the vertical drill. 
© West coast sound studios, inc., New York. 

5419, 5420 
No. 1, Locating holes, drilling and tapping in 

cast iron. © Sept, 26, 1942; M 12889. 
No. 2, Countersinking, counterboring and spot 
facing, © Sept. 26, 1942; M 12890, 

Macic alphabet. © Oct. 6, 1942; L 11649; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 5421 



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5422 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 



Magic of steam; 1, The steam turbine. © title & 
descr. reed. Oct. 15, 1942; 121 prints reed. Oct. 
14; M 12942; Allis-Chalmers mfg. co., West 
Allis, Wis. 5422 

Major and the minor; suggested by a play of Ed- 
ward Childs Carpenter, from a story by Fannie 
Kilbourne. © Oct. 16, 1942; L 11652; Paramount 
pictures, inc.. New York. 5423 

Mama don't want no music. © Aug. 24, 1942; M 
12878; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 5424 

Man's world. © Sept. 17, 1942; L 11603; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 5425 

March of time; v. 8, nos. 12, 13. © July 3, 31, 1942; 
M 12939, 12940; Time, inc.. New York. 

5426, 5427 

Margie. © Aug. 10, 1942; M 12858; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 5428 

Mexican spitfire's elephant. © Sept. 11, 1942; L 
11640; RKO-radio pictures, inc.. New York. 

5429 

Missing key. See Secret code. 

Modern Mexico City. © Oct. 6, 1942; M 12960; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 5430 

Moonlight in Havana. © Sept. 30, 1942; L 11623; 
Universal pictures co., inc.. New York. 5431 



Movietone news; v. 24, nos. 99-104, v. 25, nos. 1-8. 
© Aug. 18, 20, 25, 27, Sept. 1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 
24, 29, Oct. 1, 1942; M 12860-12866, 12954-12957, 
12977-12979; Movietonews, inc.. New York. 

5432-5445 

Mug town. © Sept. 26, 1942; L 11634; Universal 
9 pictures co., inc.. New York. 5446 



My darling Clementine. © Sept. 7, 1942; M 12938; 
Soundies distributii^ corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 5447 

My great, great grandfather. © Aug. 24, 1942; M 
12876; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 5448 

My old flame. © Sept. 7, 1942; M 12935; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

5449 

My sister Eileen; based upon the play. My sister 
Eileen, by Joseph Fields & Jerome Chodorov, 
adapted from the stories by Ruth McKenney. © 
Sept. 24, 1942; L 11602; Columbia pictures corp., 
Hollywood, Calif. 5450 

'Neath Brooklyn bridge. © Oct. 16, 1942; L 11645; 
Monogram pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

5451 

Nerve gas. See Secret code. 

New era in India. © Oct. 23, 1942; M 12987; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 5452 



News of the day; v. 13, nos, 301-303, v. 14, nos. 
200-206. © Sept. 2, 4, 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, 25, 30, 
Oct. 2, 1942; M 12845, 12846, 12873, 12874, 
12950-12953, 12975, 12976; Hearst Metrotone 
news, inc.. New York. 5453-5462 

Night monster. © Sept. 20, 1942; L 11597; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 5463 

Northwest rangers; from a story by Arthur Caesar. 
© Sept. 29, 1942; L 11618; Loew's, inc.. New 
York. 5464 

Old Hank. © Sept. 7, 1942; M 12934; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 5465 

Orchestra wives; from the original story by James 
Prindle. © Sept. 4, 1942; L 11643; Twentieth 
century -Fox film corp., New York. 5466 

Overhead position. See Inside of arc welding. 

Paramount news; nos. 76-104, 1-6. © May 19, 22, 
26, 29, June 2, 5, 9, 12, 16, 19, 23, 26, 30, July 3, 
7, 10, 14, 17, 21, 24, 28, 31, Aug. 4, 7, 11, 14, 18, 
21, 25, 28, Sept. 1, 4, 8, 11, 15, 1942; M 12893- 
12906, 12909-12929; Paramount pictures, inc., 
New York. 5467-5501 

Perils of Nyoka. © Republic pictures corp.. New 
York. 5502, 5503 

Chaps. 6-10. © June 27, 1942; L 11613. 
Chaps. 11-15. © June 27, 1942; L 11633. 

Picturesque Massachusetts. © Oct. 7, 1942; M 
12908; Loew's, inc.. New York. 5504 

Police bullets; based on original story by Ande Lamb. 
© Aug. 21, 1942; L 11589; Monogram pictures 
Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 5505 

Popular science; J 2-1. © Oct. 2, 1942; M 12892; 
Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. 5506 

Priorities on parade. © July 22, 1942; L 11617; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 5507 

Priority blues. © Sept. 14, 1942; M 12981; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

5508 

Reamii^ with straight hand reamers. See Machine 
shop work - bench work, no. 4. 

Reaming with taper hand reamers. See Machine 
shop work - bench work, no. 5. 

Removal and installation of main wheel spindle 
assembly. © title, descr. & 11 prints r€cd. 
Sept. 15, 1942; M 12871; Bell aircraft corp., 
Buffalo. 5509 

Rover's big chance. © Aug. 25, 1942; L 11594; 
Loew's, inc., New York. 5510 



Sadie Hawkins day. © Aug. 24, 1942; M 12875; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 5511 

Sailor with the navy blue eyes. © Sept, 14, 1942; M 
12982; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 5512 



CLASSES LAND M 



no. 10, 1942 



5556 



Scraping flat surfaces. See Machine shop work - 
bench work, no. 2. 

Screen snapshots; no. 10, series 21. © June 19, 
1942; M 12872; Columbia pictures Corp., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5513 

Sea spy strikes. See Secret code. 

Secret code. © Columbia pictures Corp., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5514-5521 
Chap. no. 1, Enemy passport. ® Sept. 4, 1942; 

L 11609. 
Chap. no. 2, Shadow of the swastika. © Sept. 11, 

1942; L 11610. 
Chap. no. 3, Nerve gas, © Sept. 18, 1942; L 

11611. 
Chap. no. 4, The sea spy strikes. © Sept. 25, 

1942; L 11614. 
Chap. no. 5, Wireless warning. © Oct. 2, 1942; 

L 11625. 
Chap. no. 6, Flaming oil. © Oct. 9, 1942; L 

11626. 
Chap. no. 7, Submarine signal. © Oct. 9, 1942; L 

11627. 
Chap. no. 8, The missing key. © Oct. 23, 1942; L 

11651. 

Shadow of the swastika. See Secret code. 

Sheik (The) © Sept. 14, 1942; M 12980;Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

5522 

Sherlock Holmes in Washington; based on the char- 
acters created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. © 
Sept. 24, 1942; L 11600; Universal pictures co., 
inc., New York. 5523 

Sin town. © Sept. 30, 1942; L 11624; Universal 
pictures co., inc., New York. 5524 

Sky trooper. © May 5, 1942; L 11659; Walt Disney 
productions, Burbank, Cal^. 5525 

Smith of Minnesota. © Oct. 15, 1942; L 11647; Co- 
lumbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 5526 

Sniffer soldiers. © Oct. 10, 1942; M 12931; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc., New York. 5527 

South American sports. © Oct. 17, 1942; M 12967; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc.. New York. 5528 

Speaking of animals in South America. © Sept. 25, 
1942; L 11648; Paramount pictures, inc.. New 
York. 5529 

Spirit of boogie woogie. © Aug. 17, 1942; M 12851; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 5530 

Spirit of democracy. © Sept. 21, 1942; M 12843; 
Universal pictures co., inc.. New York. 5531 

Spirit of Stanford. © Sept. 10, 1942; L 11604; Co- 
lumoia pictures corp, Hollywood, Calif. 5532 

Sports I. Q. © Oct. 9, 1942; M 12941; Paramount 
pictures inc.. New York. 5533 

Steam turbine. See Magic of steam. 



Submarine signal. See Secret code. 

Superman in the Japoteurs. © Sept. 18, 1942; L 
11607; Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

5534 

Swing, shift, swing. © Sept. 7, 1942; M 12937; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 5535 

Swingin' on nothin'. © Aug. 10, 1942; M 12856; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 5536 

Swing's the thing. © Oct. 8, 1942; L 11630; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc.. New York. 5537 

Take me. © Aug. 10, 1942; M 12857; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 5538 

Tennis rhythm. © June 26, 1942; M 12868; Co- 
lumbia pictures Corp., HoUjrwood, Calif. 5539 

Tenting tonight on the old camp ground. © Sept. 21, 
1942; L 11598; Universal pictures co., inc.. 
New York. 5540 

Texas to Bataan. © Sept. 11, 1942; L 11592; Range 
busters, inc., Holljrwood, Calif. 5541 

Toreador. © Sept. 7, 1942; M 12936; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 5542 

Trees for tomorrow. © Oct. 15, 1942; M 12974; 
American forest products industries, inc., Wash- 
ington. 5543 

Trouble at the beach. © Aug. 24, 1942; M 12877; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 5544 

Turning a taper with the tail stock set over. See 
Machine shop work, operations on the lathe. 

Two for the money. © Sept. 11, 1942; L 11638; 
RKO- radio pictures, inc.. New York. 5545 

Two guitars in jive. © Aug. 17, 1942; M 12848; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 5546 

United States army air force band. © Oct. 10, 1942; 
M 12930; Warner bros. pictures, inc.. New York. 

5547 

Universal newsreel; v. 15, nos. 111-116. © Aug. 18, 
20, 25, 27, Sept. 1, 3, 1942; M 12943-12946, 
Universal pictures co., inc.. New York. 

5548-5553 



Unusual occupations; L 2-1. © Oct. 9, 1942; M 
12949; Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. 

5554 

Vanishing private. © Aug. 5, 1942; L 11595; Walt 
Disney productions, Burbank, Calil. 5555 

Vertical position. See Inside of arc welding. 



Victory vittles. © Sept. 3, 1942; L 11599; Loew's, 
inc.. New York. 5556 



5557 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. 1, n. 



V. 15 



Wake Island, © Sept. 25, 1942; L 11606; Paramount 
pictures, inc., New York. 5557 

War dogs; based on an original story by Ande Lamb. 
© Oct. 9, 1942; L 11655; Range busters, inc., 
Hollywood, Calif. 5558 

Watch the birdie. © Aug. 31, 1942; M 12883; 
Soundies distributii^ corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 5559 

We refuse to die. © Oct. 13, 1942; L 11661; Para- 
mount pictures, inc., New York. 5560 

We work for victory and we plan for peace. © title 
& descr. reed. Oct. 10, 1942; 161 prints reed. Oct. 
9; M 12907; AUis Chalmers mfg. co., West 
Allis, Wis. 5561 

Well all right. © Sept. 14, 1942; M 12985; SOundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

5562 



West of the law. © Oct. 2, 1942; L 11656; Mono- 
gram pictures corp., Holl3rwood, Calif. 5563 

Whistling in Dixie. © Sept. 2, 1942; L 11619;Loew's, 
inc.. New York. 5564 

Wings and the woman. © Sept. 18, 1942; L 11639; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc.. New York. 5565 

Wireless warning. See Secret code. 

Yankee Doodler. © Aug. 31, 1942; M 12881; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 5566 

You can't escape forever; from a story by Roy Chans - 
lor. © Oct. 10, 1942; L 11628; Warner bros. 
pictures, inc., New York. 5567 

You were never lovelier. © Oct. 19, 1942; L 11650; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 5568 

Youth on parade. © Oct. 10, 1942; L 11632; Re- 
public pictures corp.. New York. 5569 



Number of entries in Classes L and M included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1942: 

Motion picture photoplays 754 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 1062 

Total 1816 



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THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
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CATALOG 

of 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

Published by Authority of the Acts 
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of June 30, 1906, and of 
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PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 

Including 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1942 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 15 

No. 11 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, issued monthly, contains 
titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles 
of the entries made in Class "D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico-musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class "l," Motion-picture photoplays, and Class "M," Motion pictures other than 
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To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations used 
in this part are as follows: "D, ' Class D, Dramatic compositions: "l," Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; 
and "M.,^' Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "© ' implies copyright registration of a pub- 
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by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed under section 23 of 
the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue immediately following the drama list, and a list of 
motion pictures of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed, will be found immediately following the 
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The annual index contains the titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion pictures. 
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of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
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The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
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Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
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This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
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CLASS D 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

Note.— If the claimant of copyright is the same as the author, no statement of authorship is given. 



Aftermath. © 1 c. Nov. 5, 1942; D 82378; A. M. 
Bush & I. Paul, Brooklyn. 5570 

Against the storm; episode no. 789, by Sandra 
Michael & Gerda Michael. © 1 c. Nov. 3, 1942; 
D 82463; Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

5571 

Ali Baba and the forty thieves; based on the story 
in the Arabian nights, bk. & lyrics by Sid 
Frank, music by Denes Agay. © 1 c. Nov. 4, 
1942; D 76185; Fairyland theatre co., inc., New 
York. 5572 

Allardice case. See First nighter. 

Allied offensive. See Report to the nation. 

Allied outposts; Stalingrad holds, Nov. 17, 1942. 
© 1 c. Nov. 20, 1942; D 82530; Josef G. Geiger, 
New York. 5573 

American plan. © 1 c. Oct. 19, 1942; D 82352; 
Eugene Thackrey, Skyforest, Calif, 5574 

American saint of democracy. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1942; 
D 82404; Fred Eastman, Chicago. 5575 

And come the spring; by Marrijane Hayes & 
Joseph Hayes, © Nov, 19, 1942; D 82561; Sam- 
uel French, New York, 5576 

Anton Antonovich. © 1 c. Oct, 30, 1942; D 82353; 
Robert N. Blodgett, Astoria, L. I,, N, Y, 5577 

Apartment 2400. © 1 c. Nov. 23, 1942; D 82578; 
Claire Sifton & Helen Halsted, Washington, 

5578 



Apology, © 1 c. ISTov, 23, 
Schnee, New York, 



1942; 



D 82577; Charles 
5579 



Arabian nights. See Ali Baba and the forty thieves. 

Bandits for breakfast; by Paul S. McCoy, © Oct. 
1, 1942; D 82334; Drama guild publishers, Bos- 
ton, 5580 

Bargain with Cisco Kid; Nov, 13, 1942, by John L, 
Sinn. © 1 c, Nov. 20, 1942; D 82524; Frederic 
W. Ziv, Cincinnati. 5581 

Baron (The); nos, 3-6, Oct, 28, Nov, 4, 11, 18, 
1942, by Billy K. Wells. © 1 c, each Nov. 18, 
1942; D 82510-32513; William K. Wells, New 
York. 5582-5585 



Bedtime romp; by Irene Bennett Needham & G. 
Aline Brough. © Nov. 2, 1942; D 82438; Eliza- 
beth McCormick memorial fund, Chicago. 

5586 

507185 0-43 



Behind the painting. © Oct. 24, 1942; D 82359; 
John Marshall Parham, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

5587 

Best plays of 1941-42; ed. by Burns Mantle. © 
Oct. 30, 1942; A 168502; Dodd, Mead & co., 
inc., New York. 5588 

B'fiel (Der) (The arrow) [English text only] © 1 
c. Nov, 6, 1942; D 82381; Frederic Downs 
Flesher, New York, 5589 

Big or little girl; by Irene Bennett Needham & G. 
Aline Brough, © Nov, 2, 1942; D 82439; Eliza- 
beth McCormick memorial fund, Chicago, 5590 

Birds of a feather. See Lone Ranger, 

Birth of the song, Silent night. © Oct, 24, 1942; 
D 82357; Florence Feilten French, Hamilton, 
N. Y. 5591 

Bleeding heart. © Oct. 24, 1942; D 82363; John 
Marshall Parham, Winston-Salem, N, C. 

5592 

Bottled up. See Dr, Christian. 

Boy and his gang; by Irene Bennett Needham & G. 
Aline Brough, © Nov. 2, 1942; D 82440; Eliza- 
beth McCormick memorial, fund, Chicago, 

5593 

Brown eyes are blue; by Johnny [i, e, John] Pierce, 
© 1 c, Nov. 21, 1942; D 82553; John Pierce, 
New York, 5594 



Business man. © 1 c, Nov. 5, 1942; D 82377; Mil- 
ton Turet, Brooklyn. 5595 

Cabrerita; by A. Acevedo Hernandez, tr. by Wilber 
E. Bailey. [Er^lish text] © Sept, 30, 1942; D 
82348; Dramatists' alliance of Stanford univ,, 
Stanford University, Calif, 5596 



California's first ice man. See Death Valley days. 

Campana serenade; Oct; 10, 17, 1942, by James 
Bloodworth. © 1 c. Oct. 26, 28, 1942; D 82388, 
82389; Campana sales co,, Batavia, 111, 

5597, 5598 

Case of Dawson-Garner, See Gang busters. 
Case of Joseph Parent. See Gang busters. 
Case of Meridieth -Cough. See Gang busters. 
Case of Nick the Arsenal. See Gang busters. 
Case of the elevator shoes. See Dinky Dinkerton, 



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pt. 1. n. s.. V. 15 



Celling unlimited; Nov. 9, 1942. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 
1942; D 82489; Lord & Thomas, inc., Los An- 
geles. 5599 

Chains for victory. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1942; D 82411; 
Irene Parker, Jackson Heights, N. Y. 5600 

Chase & Sanborn program. © Edgar John Bergen, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. 5601-5606 

Oct. 11, 1942. © 1 c. Nov. 3, 1942; D 82455. 
Oct. 18, 1942. © 1 c. Nov. 23, 1942; D 82569. 
Oct. 25, Nov. 1, 1942. © 1 c. each Nov. 7, 1942; 

D 82402, 82401. 
Nov. 8, 15, 1942. © 1 c. each Nov. 23, 1942; D 

82570, 82571. 

Child's prayer. © Oct. 24, 1942; D 82358; John 
Marshall Parham, Winston-Salem, N. C. 5607 

Christmas fantasy; bk., lyrics & music by Lillian 
Cervenka. © Oct. 28, 1942; D 76183; Willis 
music CO., Cincinnati. 5608 

Cisco Kid; by John L. Sinn. © Frederic W. Ziv, 
Cincinnati. 5609-5611 

Program no. 1, The escape of the Cisco IQd. © 

1 c. Nov. 20, 1942; D 82519. 
Program no. 2, The ring and the Cisco Kid. © 

1 c. Nov. 20, 1942; D 82520. 
Program no. 4, The Cisco Kid's lucky star. © 

1 c. Nov. 20, 1942; D 82521. 

Cisco Kid decides to run; Nov. 6, 1942, by John L. 
Sinn. © 1 c. Nov. 20, 1942; D 82523; Frederic 
W. Ziv, Cincinnati. 5612 

Cisco Kid sees a ghost; Oct. 30, 1942, by John L. 
Sinn. © 1 c. Nov. 20, 1942; D 82522; Frederic 
W. Ziv, Cincinnati. 5613 

Cisco Kid's lucky star. See Cisco Kid. 



Clinic; by Ted Key. © Dec. 2, 
tional broadcasting co., inc. 



1940; D 82319; Na- 
, New York. 5614 



Come to the bank. © 1 c. Nov. 24, 1942; D 82580; 
Arch Cooler, Cornell, Calif. 5615 

Convulsiones (Las) (My poor nerves); by Luis 
Vargas Tejada, tr. by Wilber E. Bailey. [Eng- 
lish text] © Sept. 30, 1942; D 82347; Drama- 
tists' alliance of Stanford univ., Stanford Univer- 
sity, Calif. 5616 

Crescendo. © 1 c. Oct. 23, 1942; D 82497; Ramon 
Romero & Harriet Hinsdale, Los Angeles. 

5617 

Crime doctor; nos. 118-120. © 1 c. Oct. 30, Nov. 
7, 19, 1942; D 82329, 82400, 82518; Max Marcin, 
New York. 5618-5620 

Cure is yet to come. © 1 c. Oct. 30, 1942; D 82324; 
Paul Louison Adams, New York. 5621 



Daisies on the car tracks; 
Oct. 21, 1942; D 82559; 
York. 



by Alladlne Bell. © 

Samuel French, New 

5622 



[Daughter and sweetheart] pa3'>pj px npeDXE 

© 1 c. Oct. 24, 1942; D 82416; Rose Ziperson, 
Brooklyn. 5623 



Dawn ends the night. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1942; D 
82410; Ralph E. Conwell, Laramie, Wy. 5624 

Day will come; by Nona Long [i. e. N. L. Smyth] 
© 1 c. Nov. 4, 1942; D 82368; Nona Long Smyth, 
HoUiston, Mass. 5625 

Dead end. See Lone Ranger. 

Dear sir; or. The love birds. © 1 c. Nov. 10, 
1942; D 82425; Webster Patterson & Marie de 
Goll Patterson, Washington. 5626 

Death keeps a deadline. See Shadow. 

Death Valley days; by McCann-Erickson, inc. © 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 5627-5629 
Nov. 5, 1942, The little men of the valley. © 1 

c. Nov. 9, 1942; D 82429. 
Nov. 12, 1942, Two hearts they couldn't change. 

© 1 c. Nov. 9, 1942; D 82430. 
Nov. 19, 1942, California's first ice man. © 1 

c. Nov. 19, 1942; D 82546. 

December twenty-fourth. © 1 c. Oct. 23, 1942; D 
82385; Marion McMichael, Casper, Wy. 5630 

Devil's sink. See Lone Ranger 

Dinky Dinkerton; The case of the elevator shoes, 
by Arthur [1. e. Aaron] Jasspe. © 1 c. Oct. 19, 
1942; D 82477; Aaron Jasspe, New York. 

5631 

Dr. Christian. © McCann-Erickson, inc.. New 
York. 5632-5634 

Episode no. 206, The storm. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 

1942; D 82431. 
Episode no. 207, Fields of corn. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 

1942; D 82432. 
Episode no. 208, BotUed up. © 1 c. Nov. 19, 

1942; D 82545. 

Doubling for Ann; by Fredrika C. Holt. © Oct. 22, 
1942; D 82457; Banner play bureau, inc., San 
Francisco. 5635 



Down to the stars; by Sheldon Davis [pseud, of W. 
E. Heitiand] © 1 c. Nov. 14, 1942; D 82472; W. 
Emerton Heitiand, Brooklyn. 5636 

Dream it iq); or. Star in ascent. © 1 c. Nov. 23, 
1942; D 82554; William Mishkin, New York. 

5637 

Dust machine; by Frank Wattron. © Oct. 20, 1942; 
D 82458; Banner play bureau, inc., San Fran- 
cisco. 5638 

Empty pocket books. © 1 c. Nov. 17, 1942; D 
82507; Henry Chlneman Kitt, New York. 5639 

Endless caravan. © 1 c. Nov. 13, 1942; D 82454; 
David Horwich, New York. 5640 

Escape from dreaming. © 1 c. Oct. 29, 1942; D 
82311; Fritz BlocM, Riverdale, New York. 

5641 
Escape of the Cisco Kid. gee Cisco Kid. 



Escape time. © 1 c. Oct. 29, 1942; D 82310; Ben- 
jamin Bernard Zavin, Brooklyn. 5642 



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no. 11, 1942 



5682 



Estate of the late Judith Cardinal, widow; by Ned 
[i.e. E. D.] Flynn. © 1 c. Oct. 31, 1942; D 
82327; Edward Dunn Flynn, Chicago. 5643 

Even in back streets; by Albert Van Antwerp. © 
Oct. 22, 1942; D 82344; Row, Peterson & co., 
Evanston, 111. 5644 

Eyes of the world are upon us. © 1 c. Nov. 17, 
1942; D 82534; Caludine Price Burkholder, 
Richmond. 5645 

FanUsy in sweet minus. © Oct. 24, 1942; D 82367; 
John Marshall varham, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

5646 

Federal ace; by Fran Striker. © Federal ace, inc., 
Detroit. 5647, 5648 

No. 201, Propaganda is poison. © 1 c. Oct. 27, 

1942; D 82299. 
No. 202, Wolf in sheep's clothing. © 1 c. Oct. 

27, 1942; D 82298. 

Fields of corn. See Dr. Christian. 

First aid for Abner. © 1 c. Nov. 13, 1942; D 
82480; John Henry Taylor, Lynn, Mass. 5649 

First nighter. © Campana sales co., Batavia, Ul. 

5650-5653 

Oct. 25, 1942, Ridin' six white horses, by Rob- 
ert C. Hartman. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1942; D 
82417. 

Nov. 1, 1942, They shall be free, by Sidney Mar- 
shaU. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1942; D 82403. 

Nov. 8, 1942, The Allardice case, by Anthony 
Wayne. © 1 c. Nov. 21, 1942; D 82549. 

Nov. 15, 1942, The three dwarves, by Anthony 
Wayne. © 1 c. Nov. 21, 1942; D 82550. 

First prize for two; by A. A. O'Keeffe. © Oct. 16, 
1942; D 82343; Penn play co., PhUadelphia. 

5654 
Flare path. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 1942; D 82369; Terence 



Rattigan, London. 

Florence Nightingale, the woman. 
1942; D 82451; Virginia W. 
Pointe, Mich. 



5655 

© 1 c. Nov. 12, 

Cassil, Grosse 

5656 



For none but the brave. © Nov. 11, 1942; D 82277; 
WUliam Robert Palmer, Tuscaloosa, Ala. 5657 

For the time is nigh; by F. Bruckner, translated by 
Rita Matthias. © 1 c. Nov. 3, 1942; D 82339; 
Ferdinand Bruckner, New York. 5658 

Forever yours; by Aline [i. e. A. B.J Foster. © 1 
c. Nov. 6, 1942; D 82380; Aline Bradley Foster, 
Pittsburgh. 5659 

Franklin street; by Arthur Sheekman, Augustus 
Otto Goetz & R. G. Goetz. © 1 c. Aug. 8, 1942; 
D 82567; Ruth Goodman Goetz, New York. 5660 



Free and the brave. © 1 c. Nov. 17, 
Henry Patelson, New York. 



1942; D 82492; 
5661 



Freedom hall; by Harold Franklin. © Oct. 27, 1942; 
D 82373; Bloch pub. co.. Inc., New York. 5662 

Fridolin; or, The walk to the iron f oimdry, based on 
Friedrich v. Schiller's poem. © 1 c. Oct. 30, 
1942; D 82322; William Polgar, New York, 5663 



Frustration in a bus station. © 1 c. Nov. 
D 82374; George Freems, New York. 



1942; 
5664 



Gang busters. © Phillips H. Lord, New York. 

5665-5668 
Program no. 287, Case of Joseph Parent. © 1 

c. Nov. 2, 1942; D 82340. 
Program no. 288, Case of Dawson-Garner. © 1 

c. Nov. 10, 1942; D 82424. 
Program no. 289, Case of Meridieth-Cough. © 

1 c. Nov. 17, 1942; D 82505. 
Program no. 290, Case of Nick the Arsenal. © 

1 c. Nov. 24, 1942; D 82579. 

Gay little world; bk. , lyrics & music by M. Wald. 
[Text only] © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1942; D 82386; Max 
Wald, Chicago. 5669 

Generations in conflict; by Regina Barclay [pseud, 
of Regina Barsky] & R. Barclay. © Ic. Oct. 12, 
1942; D 82296; Royce Barclay & Regina Barsky, 
Brooklyn. 5670 

German justice; by Mark Landis [pseud, of M. 
Landman] © 1 c. Oct. 29, 1942; D 82323; Max 
Landman, Brooklyn. 5671 

Ghost goes east. © 1 c. Nov. 17, 1942; D 82499; 
Isaac Keesing, Kew Gardens, New York. 5672 

Gilded cafe. © 1 c. Oct, 23, 1942. D 82351; John H. 
Lagman, MobUe. 5673 

God never disappoints me. © 1 c. Oct. 26, 1942; D 
82399; Novella Brown Alston Couch, Peters- 
burg, Va. 5674 

Goddess left a glove. Sge Stars over Hollywood. 



Goodby now. © 1 c. Oct. 30, 1942; D 82321; 
C. Haskell, Kansas City, Mo. 



Henry 
5675 



Goosegirl (The); based on Grimm's fairy tale, bk. 
& lyrics by Sid Frank, music by Denes Agay. © 
1 c. Nov. 4, 1942; D 76186; Fairyland theatre 
CO., inc.. New York. 5676 

Grandma gets her man; lyrics Si bk. by E. E.Whit- 
worth, music by J. P. Fairfax. © 1 c. May 13, 
1942; D 76191; Eugene E. Whitworth & John 
Pollock Fairfax, San Francisco. 5677 

Green Valley, U. S. A.; Oct. 7, 1942. © 1 c. Nov. 
21, 1942; D 82548; Himan Brown, New York. 

5678 

Gringa (La) (The foreign girl); by Florencio San- 
chez, tr. by Alfred Coester. [English text] © 
Sept. 30, 1942; D 82346; Dramatists' alliance of 
Stanford univ. , Stanford University, Calif.- 5679 

Growing up emotionally; by Irene Bennett Needham 
& G. Aline Brough. © Nov. 2, 1942; D 82441; 
Elizabeth McCormick memorial fund, Chicago. 

5680 

Gunplay; by Irene Bennett Needham & G. Aline 
Brough. © Nov. 2, 1942; D 82442; Elizabeth 
McCormick memorial fund, Chicago. 5681 

Gunsmith of San Bello. See Lone Ranger. 

Hall Jim. © 1 c. Nov. 20, 1942; D 82557; Mack M. 
Greene, Xenia, O. 5682 



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pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 



Hamlet. See Prince of Denmark. 

Hanging judge. © 1 c. Nov. 13, 
Russell Thorndyke, London. 



1942; 



D 82456; 
5683 



Harmony. © 1 c. Oct. 22, 1942; D 82330; 
Morris Bernfeld, New York. 



Rose 
5684 



He won't stay in bed; by Irene Bennett Needham & 
G. Aline Brough. © Nov. 2, 1942; O 82443; 
Elizabeth McCormick memorial fund, Chicago. 

5685 

Heart of gold. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 1942; I> 82341; Solly 
Minsky, Brooklyn. 5686 

Hi-Y and handsome; or. You name it, text by R. 
Koeppel, music by L. Averill. © 1 c. Nov. 5, 
1942; D 76187; Lloyd AveriU, Richard Koeppel 
& Richard Daniels, Maywood, 111. 5687 

High and dry; text & lyrics by Lois de Freitas, 
Mary Johnson, Dick [i. e. R. V.J Besoyan [and 
others], music by Dick Besoyan. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 
1942; D 76192; Richard Vaughn Besoyan, Ala- 
meda, Calif. 5688 

T^Ua [HildaJ © 1 c. Nov. 6, 1942; D 82379; 
Perry Savoy, Brooklyn. 5689 

Holy night; by A. R. Feinberg, tr. by Ida Henriette 
Feinberg. © 1 c. Oct. 6, 1942; D 82494; Albert 
Robert Feinberg, New York. 5690 

Home to mother; by Muriel Roy Bolton. © Oct. 1, 
1942; D 82484; Sanmel French, New York. 5691 

Hope for a harvest. © Nov. 16, 1942; D 82558; So- 
phie Treadwell, Newtown, Conn. 5692 

Hotel for sale. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 1942; D 82337; Ethel 
May Horner, West Newton, Mass. 5693 

Hour of life. © 1 c. Nov. 2 5, 1942; D 82582; Mar- 
garita Urueta, Villa Obregon, Mexico. 5694 

Hymn dramatizations; by Nellie E. Marsh & William 
A. Poovey. © Oct. 23, 1942; D 82422; Standard 
pub. CO., Cincinnati. 5695 

If widows must; by Elly Elgerson [pseud, of C. S. 
KochJ & R. McCusker. © 1 c. Oct. 29, 1942; D 
82312; Carrie Susanna Koch & Rita McCusker, 
New York, 5696 



I'm a fool; dramatized by Christopher Sergei, from 
the short story, I'm a fool, by Sherwood Ander- 
son. © Nov. 16, 1942; D 82527; Dramatic pub. 
CO., Chicago. 5697 

In search of a parent; by Irene Bennett Needham & 
G. Aline Brough. © Nov. 2, 1942; D 82444; 
Elizabeth McCormick memorial fund, Chicago. 



It happened at Kiev. © Oct. 24, 1942; D 82364; 
John Marshall Parham, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

5699 



^t happened here. © Nov. 11, 1942; D 82529; Caro- 
lyn Rose Wood, West Lafayette, Ind. 5700 



Jack and Jill. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 
May me B. Powell, Chicago. 



1942: 



Jenkinsboro sketches. © 1 c. July 20, 
82466; Cameron Andrews, Flushing, ^ 



D 82538; 
5701 



1942; D 
Y. 5702 



John Alden let me speak for you agency; by Hal 
[i. e. Harold] Seeger. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 1942; D 
82481; Harold Seeger, Brooklyn. 5703 

Journey by night; based on a story of the same 
name by Thomas Walsh. © 1 c. Nov. 5, 1942; 
D 82376; Frank Merlin, New York. 5704 

Joy and gladness bringii^; by Grace W. McGavran. 
© Oct. 13, 1942; D 82316; Meigs pub. co.,Indi. 
anapolis. 5705 

Just a nice quiet evening; by Richard L. Melville. 
© Oct. 24, 1942; D 82459; Banner play bureau, 
inc., San Francisco. 5706 

Just beyond. © Oct. 24, 1942; D 82360; John Mar- 
shall Parham, Winston-Salem, N. C. 5707 

Just yell. © Oct, 24, 1942; D 82365; Evelyn Lucille 
Keller, Sharon, Pa. 5708 

Keys to happiness; by Helen M. Roberts. © Oct. 
22, 1942; D 82460; Banner play bureau, inc., 
San Francisco. 5709 

Land of the lost; episode no. 1. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 
1942; D 82490; Isabel Manning Hewson, New 
York. 5710 

Laugh it off; bk. & lyrics by Diana Ayres [pseud, 
of P. Ayres] & Margaret Haliday [pseud, of M. 
Fisherl music by G. Fisher. © 1 c. Oct, 29, 
1942; D 76190; Peggy Ayres, Margaret Fisher 
& Gregory Fisher, Hollywood, Calif. 5711 

Let freedom swing; dialogue, words & music by D. 
W. Sattler. [Libretto only] © lc.Oct.27, 1942; 
D 82476; Daniel Webster Sattler, Santa Bar- 
bara, Calif. 5712 

Letter from Brazil. © 1 c. Nov. 24, 1942; D 
82573; Rosalind Ivan, Brooklyn. 5713 

Letters from the Yanks. © 1 c. Nov. 13, 1942; D 
82467; Allan M. Wilson, Alexandria, Va. 5714 

Lieutenant and the WAAC. © 1 c. Oct. 26, 1942; D 
82349; Bessie Sarah Jaffey, Chicago. 5715 

Life can be beautiful; episode no. 1071, by Carl 
Bixby & Don Becker. © 1 c. Nov. 3, 1942; D 
82396; Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 5716 

Lincoln laughs; by Mrs. Fremont [i. e. C] Older. 
© 1 c. Oct. 23, 1942; D 82419; Cora Older, 
Cupertino, Calif. 5717 

Listen; v. 1, no. 1. © 1 c. Nov. 12, 1942; D 82452; 
Vincent J. Dempsey, New York. 5718 

Little angels of mercy; by Gus Karos, under the 
supervision of Marge [i. e. Margaret] Kertes. 
© 1 c. Oct. 27, 1942; D 82479; Margaret Kertes, 
Joliet, III. 5719 



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no. 11. 1942 



5767 



Little Bo-Peep and Little Boy Blue. © 1 c. Nov. 
16, 1942; D 82539; Mayme B. Powell, Chicago. 

5720 

Little general. © Oct. 24, 1942; D 82366; John 
Marshall Parham, Winston-Salem, N. C. 5721 

Little men of the valley. See Death Valley days. 

Lone journey; continuity no. 624, by Sandra Mich- 
ael & Peter MichaeL © 1 c. Nov. 3, 1942; D 
82394; Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 5722 

Lone Ranger; by Fran Striker. © Lone Ranger, 
inc., Detroit. 5723-5730 

No. 1524-737, The gunsmith of San Bello. © 1 

c. Oct. 27, 1942; D 82300. 
No. 1525-738, Birds of a feather. © 1 c. Oct. 

27, 1942; D 82301. 
No. 1526-739, Dead end. © 1 c. Oct. 27, 1942; 

D 82302. 
No. 1527-740, Murder masters. © 1 c. Oct. 27, 

1942; D 82303. 
No. 1528-741, The phantom killer. © 1 c. Oct. 

27, 1942; D 82304. 
No. 1529-742, Thieves in the night. © 1 c. Oct. 

27, 1942; D 82305. 
No. 1530-743, Thieves faU out. © 1 c. Oct. 27, 

1942; D 82306. 
No 1531-744, Devil's sink © 1 c. Oct. 27, 1942; 

D 82307. 

Looking forward; episodes nos. 1, 2. © 1 c. each 
Nov. 13, 1942; D 82486, 82487; McCann-Erick- 
son, inc., New York. 5731-5732 

Love at first sight. © 1 c. Nov. 17, 1942; D 82500; 
Isa&c Keesing, Kew Gardens, New York. 5733 

Love birds. See Dear sir. 

Love demure. © 1 c. Oct. 30, 1942; D 82328; M. 
Marguerite Wieck, Minneapolis. 5734 

Love in the Reich. © 1 c. Nov. 3, 1942; D82391; 
John Klaity, Hamilton, Ont., Canada. 5735 

Love's spangled banner. © 1 c. Nov. 7, 1942; D 
82405; George Richard Kayton, Tampa, Fla. 

5736 

Mad-hatters. © 1 c. Oct. 9, 1942; D 82498; Paul 
Winthrop Clark, Holyoke, Mass. 5737 

Madame's new husband. © 1 c. Nov. 17, 1942; D 
82544; Samuel Simon, New York. 5738 

March of time; Oct. 29, Nov. 5, 12, 19, 1942. © 1 
c. Oct. 31, Nov. 9, 14, 24, 1942; D 82331, 82409, 
82468, 82574; Time, inc.. New York. 5739-5742 

Maxwell House coffee time; by Benton & Bowles, 
inc. © General foods Corp., New York. 

5743-5746 
Oct. 15, 22, 1942. © 1 c. each Nov. 2, 1942; D 

82370 82371 
Oct. 29, Nov. 5, 1942. © 1 c. Nov. 7, 14, 1942; 
D 82414, 82485. 

Meat and oil shortage. §fife Report to the nation. 

Mirabeau. © 1 c. Nov. 23, 1942; D 82576; Melville 
Bernstein, New York. 5747 



Mistress mine. © 1 c. Nov. 10, 1942; D 82426; 
Marie de Goll Patterson, Washington. 5748 

Mrs. Miniver; dramatized by Christopher Sergei, 
from the bk. by Jan Struther. © Nov. 2, 1942; D 
82528; Dramatic pub. co., Chicago. 5749 

Mrs. Uncle Sam; by Dorothy Connover. © Nov. C, 
1942; D 82562; Samuel French, New York. 

5750 

Moon vine. © 1 c. Nov. 10, 1942; D 82427; Pa- 
tricia Coleman, New York. 5751 

Mother Goose's court. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 1942; D 
82540; Mayme B. Powell, Chicago. 5752 

Mother Goose's household. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 1942; 
D 82501; Mayme B. Powell, Chicago. 5753 

Mother's day. © 1 c. Nov. 12, 1942; D 82437; 
Ralph Eden Smith, New York. 5754 

Murder at the ministry; by Falkland L. Gary & A. 
A. Thomson. © Aug. 8, 1942; D 82315; Samuel 
French, ltd., London. 5755 

Murder masters. Sgg Lone Ranger. 

My heart has wings. See Stars over Hollywood. 

My heart's in Havana. © 1 c. Nov. 24, 1942; D 
82581; George James Hopkins, Pasadena. 5756 

Mystery of Madman's deep. Sg£ Shadow. 

New curate. © 1 c. Nov. 4, 1942; D 82478; J. Mur- 
ray Ferrill, Washington. 5757 

Night wind. © 1 c. Oct. 31, 1942; D 82324; Alexan- 
der Thomas, New York. 5758 

North Jersey women at war; Oct. 19, 1942. © 1 c. 
Nov. 10, 1942; D 82536; George H. Jaspert, 
Verona, N. J. 5759 



North Jersey s war of production; Oct. 20, 1942. © 
1 c. Nov. 10, 1942; D 82537; George H. Jaspert, 
Verona, N. J. 5760 

Not for good. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 1942; D 82483; 
Esther Schulman Yudell, PhUadelphia. 5761 

Officers' ward. © 1 c. Nov. 20, 1942; D 82532; 
HamUton Pitt, Winsted, Conn. 5762 

Old Mother Hubbard. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 1942; D 
82502; Mayme B. PoweU, Chicago. 5763 

One of these may please; by W. Noel Scott. © May 
1, 1942; D 82313; Samuel French, ltd,, London. 

5764 

Orders from the coroner. © 1 c. Nov. 23, 1942; D 
82572; Alice Jean Gershon, New York. 5765 



Our battle. © 1 c. Nov. 17, 1942; D 82508; Martin 
Frank, Brooklyn. 5766 

Our first love; by A. C. Milde [pseud, of C. A. De 
Lima] © 1 c. Nov. 16, 1942; D 82491; Charles 
A. De Lima, HoUywood, Calif. 5767 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. 1. n. s. 



Oxydol's own Ma Perkins; continuity no. 2420 E. 
T., by Orin Tovrov. © 1 c. Nov. 3, 1942; D 
82395; Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati, 5768 

Parallel similarity. © 1 c. Nov. 18, 1942; D 82515; 
Philip Cohen, Washington, 5769 

Pepper Young's family; by Elaine Sterne Carring- 
ton. © Dec. 2, 1940; D 82320; National broad- 
casting CO., inc., New York. 5770 

Perfect life. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1942; D 82398; Saul 
Jakel, Newark, N. J. 5771 

Phantom killer. See Lone Ranger. 

Pioneers of progress; script no. 2. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 
1942; D 82462; Alfred R. Babcock & Sidney V. 
Gerson, Chicago. 5772 

Plays for Americans. © Nov. 2, 1942; D 82475; 
Arch Oboler, Hollywood, Calif. 5773 

Pork Chops gets a wife. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1942; D 
82408; Michael Di Mambro, UUca, N. Y. 5774 

Prince of Denmark; a monologue arrangement of 
Shakespeare's Hamlet, by Mary Hutchinson, 
with stage direction by Percival Vivian. © 1 c. 
Nov. 9, 1942; D 82542; Mary S.Westland, Cleve- 
land Heights, O. 5775 

Propaganda is poison. See Federal ace. 

Puss in boots; play by Madge Tucker, music by 
Molly Donaldson. © Oct. 6, 1942; D 76184; 
Musette publishers, inc.. New York. 5776 

Put out the light; by R. Denham & Anne Caswell 
[pseud, of M. OrrJ © 1 c. Nov. 13, 1942; D 
82455; Reginald Denham & Mary Orr, New York. 

5777 

Queen of the south; from ancient Rabbinical & 
Persian legends, made into a play. © 1 c. Nov. 
20, 1942; D 82533; Edward Childs Carpenter, 
New York. 5778 

Rancho Pacifico. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 1942; D 82504; 
Lemist Esler, Gaviota, Calif. 5779 

Rations of love; by Tom [i. e, T. C.J O'Reilly. © 1 
c. Nov. 12, 1942; D 82453; Thomas Costigan 
O'Reilly, New York. 5780 

Red, white and Washington; by M. Cole & Marion 
Hammett. © 1 c. Oct. 28, 1942; D 82308; Mal- 
vine Cole, Washington & Marion Smith, New 
York. 5781 

Redemption of Jeremiah Pinchpot. © Oct. 24, 1942; 
D 82362; John Marshall Parham, Winston-Salem, 
N. C. 5782 

Report to the nation; Sept. 25, 1942, Meat and oil 
shortage [and] Allied offensive. © Sept. 30, 
1942; D 82421; Columbia broadcasting system, 
inc., New York. 5783 

Ridin' six white horses. See First nighter. 

Right to happiness; episode no. 784, by Irna Phil- 
lips. © 1 c. Nov. 3, 1942; D 82397; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 5784 



Ring and the Cisco Kid. See Cisco Kid. 

Rising Americans. © 1 c, Nov. 18, 1942; D 82516; 
Adele Guy, Philadelphia. 5785 

Road of life; episode no. 1336, by Irna Phillips. © 
1 c. Nov. 3, 1942; D 82393; Procter & Gamble 
CO., Cincinnati. 5786 

Rogues march; by Ben [i. e. B. C] Martin. © 1 c. 
Oct. 30, 1942; D 82326; Benjamin Charles Mar- 
tin, Cornwall-on-Hudson, N. Y. 5787 

Rubies in pawn. See She will never die. 

Ruza Forest. See Secret weapon. 

[Sacred lovej by B. Lewis, arranged by Harry 
Kaufman. pa'^ j;j»^"n © 1 c. Nov, 19, 

1942; D 82509; Bella Lewis, Brooklyn. 5788 

Safety is a weapon. © 1 c. Nov. 10, 1942; D 82412; 
Mode-art pictures, inc., Pittsburgh. 5789 

Salt in the stew. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1942; D 82325; 
Paula Shay, New York. 5790 

Sanding; by Alberta Norment [pseud, of F. Oliver] 
& A. Gerstenberg. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 1942; D 
82482; Alice Gerstenberg & Frances Oliver, 
Chicago. 5791 

Secret weapon; adapted from the Russian, Ruza 
Forest, by Konstantin Finn. © 1 c. Nov. 25, 
1942; D 82583; Janet Stevenson & Philip Steven- 
son, New York. 5792 

Self portrait. © 1 c. Nov. 6, 1942; D 82382; David 
Levy, Great Neck, L. I., N. Y, 5793 

Self-reliance in dressing; by Irene Bennett Need- 
ham & G, Aline Brough. © Nov. 2, 1942; D 
82445; Elizabeth McCormick memorial fund, 
Chicago. 5794 

Send out Thy light. © Nov. 2, 1942; D 82407; Emil 
Walther Luecke, Bronxville, N. Y. 5795 

Seven up. © 1 c. Nov, 11, 1942; D 82436; Sheldon 
Roby Noble, Detroit, 5796 

Shadow; by Jack Hastings, Max Ehrlich & Sidney 
Slon, © Street & Smith publications, inc. New 
York. 5797-5800 

Oct. 25, 1942, The mystery of Madman's deep. 

© 1 c. Oct. 28, 1942; D 82295. 
Nov. 1, 1942, Death keeps a deadline. © 1 c. 

Nov. 4, 1942; D 82384. 
Nov, 8, 1942, The wailing corpse. © 1 c. Nov. 

11, 1942; D 82473. 
Nov. 15, 1942, Star of the Orient. © 1 c. Nov. 

17, 1942; D 82547. 

Sharing the work; by Irene Bennett Needham & G. 
Aline Brough. © Nov. 2, 1942; D 82446; Eliza- 
beth McCormick memorial fund, Chicago. 5801 

She asked for it; by M. B. Biro & Elizabeth Rasko. 
© 1 c. Oct. 31, 1942; D 82332; Michael B. Biro, 
Astoria, N. Y. 5802 

She lost it on Burma road. © 1 c, Nov. 5, 1942; D 
82372; Roy Jackson, Coral Gables, Fla. 5803 



176 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 11, 1942 



5840 



She will never die; new version of Rubies in pawn. 
© 1 c. Oct. 17, 1942; D 82464; Rebecca Stein- 
hardt. New York. 5804 

Shreds and patches from Gilbert and Sullivan; bk. 
by Paul Jordan Monroe, lyrics adapted from W. 
S. Gilbert, music adapted from Arthur Sullivan, 
by Ira B. Wilson. © Sept. 15, 1942; D 76188; 
Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, O. 5805 

Simpleton. © 1 c. Oct. 22, 1942; D 82465; Maurice 
Cash, Milwaukee. 5806 

Singing cat. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 1942; D 82503; Mayme 
B. Powell, Chicago. 5807 

Sketchology; by Frank Whitbourn, Billy Gray, 
Harold Bevir & Charles Embley. © Aug. 21, 
1942; D 82314; Samuel French, ltd., London. 

5808 

Slight case of trouble; by Mark Landis [pseud, of 
M. Landman] © 1 c. Nov. 19, 1942; D 82525; 
Max Landman, Brooklyn. 5809, 

So find we profit. © 1 c. Nov. 23, 1942; D 82575; 
Sari Scott, Los Angeles. 5810 

Someone you know. © 1 c. Nov. 13, 1942; D 82469; 
Arthur E. Johnston, Youngstown, O. 5811 

Something in the air. © Oct. 21, 1942; D 82474; 
Alice Gerstenberg, Chicago & Maude Fealy, Los 
Angeles. 5812 

Son of Dwi Juan. © 1 c. Oct. 26, 1942; D 82297; 
Frank Michael Pagano, New York. 5813 

Souvenir. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 1942; D 82496; WilUam 
Patrick Sweeney, Brooklyn. 5814 

Stalingrad holds. See AlUed outposts. 

Star -bound. © 1 c. Oct. 26, 1942; D 82418; Her- 
man Timberg, New York. 5815 

Star in ascent. See Dream it up. 

Star of the Orient. See Shadow. 



Star witness. © 1 c. Oct. 
Harold J. Gilles, Chicago. 



16, 



1942; D 82350; 
5816 



Stars over Hollywood. © Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 

5817-5820 
Oct. 24, 1942, A very romantic ghost, by R. C. 

Hartman. © 1 c. Nov. 11, 1942; D 82433. 
Oct. 31, 1942, My heart has wings, by Paul 

Pierce. © 1 c. Nov. 6, 1942; D 82543. 
Nov. 7, 1942, Tang of autumn, by Roger Quayle 

Denny. © 1 c. Nov. 11, 1942; D 82434. 
Nov. 14, 1942, The goddess left a glove, by 

Ralph Rose & Margaret Englander. © 1 c. 

Nov. 23, 1942; D 82556. 

Step down, Sir Devil. © Oct. 24, 1942; D 82361; 
John Marshall Parham, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

5821 

Storm, gee Dr. Christian. 



Story behind a request; by Irene Bennett Needham 
& G. Aline Brough. © Nov. 2, 1942; D 82447; 
Elizabeth McCormick memorial fund, Chicago. 

5822 

Strained relations; by Paul S. McCoy. © Oct. 1, 
1942; D 82336; Drama guild publishers, Boston. 

5823 



Streetcar in the attic. © Oct. 28, 1942; 
Louis A. Feldhaus, Cincinnati. 

Sub rosa. © 1 c. Nov. 18, 1942; D 82514; 
Ovington, Santa Barbara, Calif. 



D 82560; 
5824 



Audrey 
5825 



Suffer little children. © 1 c. Nov. 21, 1942; D 
82552; James Gow & Arnaud D'Usseau, New 
York. 5826 

Surprise arrival; by Janda [i. e. E. R.] Cook. © 1 
c. Nov. 21, 1942; D 82551; Ella Robb Cook, Ja- 
maica, Estates, L. I., N. Y. 5827 

Symphony in chaos. See They walk in darkness. 

Tang of autumn. See Stars over Holljrwood. 

Tarnished angel. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1942; D 82412; 
Tad Bussiere, Hollywood, Calif. 5828 

Tea for two. © 1 c. Nov. 24, 1942; D 82568; 
William Morris Riggins, jr., Hampton, Va. 

5829 



Temperamental actor. © Aug. 12, 1942; 
Norman Josef Wright, Honolulu. 



D 82420; 
5830 



Terrible Puss marines and their dogs of war. © 1 
c. Nov. 4, 1942; D 82495; Deltas Malin Edwards, 
San Antonio. 5831 

Texaco star theatre; Oct. 25, Nov. 1, 8, 15, 1942, 
by Fred Allen. © 1 c. Oct. 29, Nov. 6, 13, 19, 
1942; D 82309, 82375, 82470, 82517; Batchelor 
enterprises, inc.. New York. 5832^835 

Theatre, inc.; by Julie Marvin [pseud, of M. J. 
Wasserman] © 1 c. Nov. 10, 1942; D 82423; 
Marilyn Julie Wasserman, Brooklyn. 5836 

They shall be free. See First nighter. 

They walk in darkness; or, Symphony in chaos. © 
1 c. Nov. 20, 1942; D 82531; Harry Heller & 
Irving A. Gladstone, Brooklyn. 5837 

Thieves fall out. See Lone Ranger. 

Thieves in the night. See Lone Ranger. 

Thirty miles to Dublin; by Marianne [i. e. M. A.] 
Hussey. © 1 c. Nov. 18, 1942; D 82506; Mary 
Anne Hussey, New York. 5838 

This sweet memory. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 1942; D 
82471; Dale Eunson, West Los Angeles, Calif. 

5839 

Three dwarves. See First nighter. 

Three wise men; text & miisic by A. Remsen. © 1 
c. Nov. 9, 1942; D 76189; Alice Remsen, New 

York. 5840 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



5841 



^ 



n. s.. V. 39 



Tiger! Tigerl © 1 c. Oct. 19, 1942; D 82390; 
Gerhard Ernest Kadisch, Plainfield, N. J. 5841 

Tin god. © 1 c. Nov. 19, 1942; D 82526; Ben Levin- 
son, New York. 5842 

'Tis pity she's a floosie. © 1 c, Nov. 11, 1942; D 
82435; William Ford Manley, Madison, N. H. 

5843 

Tomorrow. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 1942; D 82488; Vir- 
ginia Anne Freret, Bristol, Va. 5844 

Traviata (La) © 1 c. Nov. 2, 1942; D 82342; Al- 
fred Bester, New York. 5845 



Trees are planted. © 1 c. Oct. 19, 
Samuel Karrakis, Los Angeles. 



1942; D 82333; 
5846 



Twelve soliloquize; . dramatization of Leonardo Da 
Vinci's painting. The Last Supper. © July 10, 
1942; D 82317; Louis J. Kovar, Webb City, Mo. 

5847 



Two hearts they couldn't change, 
days. 



Death Valley 



Two sons have I. © 1 c. Nov. 23, 1942; D 82555; 
John League Oberg, Hollywood, Calif. 5848 

Under the Christmas tree; text & music by Ireene 
Wicker & Beatrice Faber. © Nov. 13, 1942; D 
76193; ABC music Corp., New York. 5849 

Uninvited jester; by Richard Hill Wilkinson. © Oct. 
1, 1942; D 82335; Drama guild publishers, Bos- 
ton. 5850 

Very romantic ghost. Seg. Stars over Hollywood. 

Vic and Sade; Oct. 8, 1942, by Paul Rhymer. © 1 
c. Nov. 3, 1942; D 82392; Procter & Gamble 
CO., Cincinnati. 5851 



Virgen (La) roja. © 1 c. Oct. 
Francfsco Elfas, New York. 



26, 



1942; D 82387; 
5852 



Wailing corpse. See Shadow. 

Walk to the iron foundry, ggfi Fridolin. 

Wanted: Understanding; by Irene Bennett Needham 
& G. Aline Brough. © Nov. 2, 1942; D 82448; 
Elizabeth McCormick memorial fund, Chicago. 

5853 



War- -what shall we tell the children; by Irene 
Bennett Needham & G. Aline Brough. © Nov. 2, 
1942; D 82449; Elizabeth McCormick memorial 
fund, Chicago. 5854 

Way (The); by Marion Minthorn. © July 1, 1942; D 
82406; Higley p^. co., Butler, Ind. 5855 

Wellington and the wife of Wellington; by Maud 
Wellington. © 1 c. Nov. 10, 1942; D 82428; Mary 
Ridgely Carter, New York. 5856 

What a night; by Marion Stearns Curry. © Oct. 15, 
1942; D 82461; Banner play bureau, inc., San 
Francisco. 5857 

Where am I going? Why; by Irene Bennett Need- 
ham & G. Aline Brough. © Nov. 2, 1942; D 
82450; Elizabeth McCormick memorial fund, 
Chicago. 5858 

Where lies my kingdom. © 1 c. Nov. 19, i942; D 
82535: Eugene Harrison Keene, Glendale, Calif. 

5859 

Why ours must be victory. © 1 c. Oct. 22, 1942; 
D 82354; Murray L. Linday, New York. 

5860 

Wind from the east. © 1 c. Nov. 6, 1942; D 82383; 
Jess H. Altman, Hollywood, Calif, 5861 

Window against the sky; by Jay Ingram. © 1 c. 
Nov. 16, 1942; D 82493; Joseph Ingerlleb, Bev- 
erly HUls, Calif. 5862 

Wolf in sheep's clothing. Sge Federal ace. 

World still laughs. © 1 c. Nov. 3, 1942; D 82356; 
Erna Wedeman, New York. 5863 

You name it. See Hi-Y and handsome. 

Young Franklin takes over. © 1 c. Nov. 3, 1942; D 
82338; Bernard J. Reines, Boston. 5864 

You're on the air. © 1 c. Nov. 7, 1942; D 82541; 
Peg Stanley, New York. 5865 

Zep-plane. © 1 c. Oct. 26, 1942; D 82415; Joseph 
Barstock, Brooklyn. 5866 



Number of entries of dramas included in Part 1, group 3, of the catalog since Jan. 1, 1942: 

Dramatic compositions (including 3,309 unpublished) 3,869 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 47 unpublished) 62 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 69 unpublished) 112 

Dramatico- musical compositions in foreign languages (including 3 unpublished) 7 

Total - - - 4,050 



178 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 



Beau of Bath; and other 1 act plays by C. D. Mackay 
[i. e. C. M. Holt] © Constance Mackay Holt, 
New York. R 112560, Nov. 9, 1942. 1 



Birthday of the infanta. See Court favor. 

Brat. © Maude Fulton, Hollywood, Calif. 
112549. Oct. 28. 1942. 



City (The); by Clyde Fitch. © Richard W. Fitch, 
Stamford, Conn. R 112758, Nov. 14, 1942. 3 

Court favour; or. The moimtain youth, by Astrid 
Kimball, suggested by Oscar Wilde s Birthday 
of the infanta. © David Kimball, Santa Barbara, 
Calif. R 112699, Nov. 13, 1942. 4 

Driftwood; by Edith [t. e. M. E.] Orr. © Mary Edith 
Orr, Cambridge, Mass. R 112648, Nov. 11, 
1942. 5 



Inventor; by Elsie Duncan Yale. © Rodeheaver 
CO., Winona Lake, Ind. R 112690, Nov. 12, 1942. 

6 

King - queen - jack; by Willard Mack. © Beatrice 
B. Mack, Burbank, Calif. R 112697, Nov. 13, 
1942. 7 



Lily (The); by David Belasco. © Reina Belasco 
Gest, New York. R 112474, Nov. 3, 1942. 8 

Lovers' lane; by Clyde Fitch. © Richard W. Fitch, 
Stamford, Conn. R 112760, Nov. 14, 1942. 9 



Mountain youth. See Court favour. 

Next staUon is Killimuck; by Willard Mack. © 
Beatrice B. Mack, Burbank, Calif. R 112696, 
Nov. 13, 1942. 10 

Old old story; by Astrid Kimball. © David Kim- 
ball, Santa Barbara, Calif. R 112700, Nov. 13, 
1942. 11 

Professor Pepp. © Walter Ben Hare, Phoenix, 
Ariz. R 112534, Nov. 5, 1942. 12 

Tina; musical play, bk. by Paul A. Rubens and 
Harry Graham, lyrics by P. Greenbank and P. 
A. Rubens. Bk. of lyrics. © Herbert Rubens & 
Virginia Thesiger, London & Percy Greenbank, 
Rickmansworth, England. R 112708, Nov. 13, 
1942. 13 

Treasure Island; by J. £. Goodman, dramatized 
from the story by Robert Louis Stevenson. © 
Jules Eckert Goodman, Peekskill, N. Y. R 
112789, Nov. 16, 1942. 14 

Watcher; by Cora Maynard [pseud, of E. C. Griffin] 
© Emily Cora Griffin, Brookfield Center, Conn. 
R 112698, Nov. 11, 1942. 15 

When East meets West; by Astrid Kimball. © Da- 
vid Kimball, Santa Barbara, Calif. R 112701, 
Nov. 13, 1942. 16 

Woman in the case; by Clyde Fitch. © Richard W. 
Fitch, Stamford, Conn. R 112759, Nov. 14, 1942. 

17 



179 



CLASSES L AND M 
MOTION PICTURES 



Army surgeon; from a story by John Twist. © Nov. 
4, 1942; L 11695; RKO radio pictures, inc., New 
York. 5867 

Around and around she goes. © Sept. 21, 1942; M 
13029; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 5868 

Arsenal of might. © Nov, 6, 1942; M 13025; Uni- 
' versal pictures co., inc.. New York. 5869 

Baby Face Morgan. © Sept. 11, 1942; L 11682; 
Producers releasii^ corp.. New York. 5870 

Berlin correspondent. © Sept. 11, 1942; L 11673; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp.. New York. 

5871 

Beyond the line of duty. © Nov. 9, 1942; L 11677; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc.. New York. 5872 

Blind bombardment. See Secret code. 

Boss of Big Town. © Nov. 4, 1942; L 11683; Pro- 
ducers releasing corp.. New York. 5873 

Boston Blackie goes HoUjrwood; based upon the 
character created by Jack Boyle. © Nov. 5, 
1942; L 11690; Columbia pictures Corp., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5874 

By the light of the silvery moon. © Sept. 28, 1942; 
M 13036; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 5875 

Calling all pa's. © Oct. 23, 1942; L 11671; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 5876 

City of silent men; from an original story by Rob- 
ert E. Kent & Joseph Hoffman. © Oct, 8, 1942; 
L 11680; Producers releasing Corp., New York, 

5877 

Connecticut answers! Connecticut fights, © title, 
descr. & 6 prints reed, Nov. 19, 1942; M 13024; 
Southern New England telephone co,,New Haven, 



Famous boners, © Oct, 24, 1942; L 11663; Loew's, 
inc.. New York. 5879 



Fighting spirit, © Nov, 13, 1942; M 13023; 
mount pictures, inc, New York, 



Para- 
5880 



Fine feathered friend. © Oct. 29, 1942; L 11664; 
Loew's, inc.'. New York, 5881 

Fishers of men, © Oct. 15, 1942; M 13020; Scrip- 
tures visualized institute, Chicago, 5882 

Forest rangers; from a story by Thelma Strabel, 
© Sept, 25, 1942; L 11679; Paramount pictures, 
inc., New York. 5883 



Gentleman Jim; based upon the life of James J, 
Corbett, © Nov, 14, 1942; L 11685; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc. New York. 5884 

Glen Gray and his Casa Loma orchestra. © Nov. 
20, 1942; M 13042; Warner bros. pictures, inc., 
New York. 5885 

Handle with care. © Oct. 26, 1942; M 13026; AEtna 
life insurance co., Hartford. 5886 

Hare brained hypnotist, © Nov. 20, 1942; M 13040; 
Vitaphone corp.. New York. 5887 

Hell's playground. See White Cargo, 

Hidden hand; based on a play by Rufus King, © 
Nov, 7, 1942; L 11676; Warner bros, pictures, 
inc. New York, 5888 

Hitler's plan, © Nov, 4, 1942; M 13019; Warwick 
pictures, inc. New York. 5889 

I got a little list. © Sept. 21, 1942; M 13032; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 5890 

I met my Waterloo. © Sept. 21, 1942; M 13027; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago, 5891 

I wanna be loved, © Sept, 28, 1942; M 13034; 
Soundies distributing corp, of America, inc, 
Chicago, 5892 

I'd love to know you better, © Sept, 28, 1942; M 
13038; Soundies distributing corp, of America, 
inc, Chicago. 5893 



Inside fighting China. © Oct. 19, 1942; M 13006; 
Warwick pictures, inc.. New York. 5894 

Johnny 'Scat' Davis and his orchestra, © Nov. 6, 
1942; M 13039; Paramount pictures, inc.. New 
York, 5895 

Journey for Margaret; based upon the bk,by William 
L, White. © Oct, 27, 1942; L 11672; Loew's, 
inc, New York, 5896 

K, P, serenade, © Sept, 21, 1942; M 13031; 
Soundies distrib'utii^ corp, of America, inc, 
Chicago. 5897 

King of 49ers. © Oct. 23, 1942; M 12989; Univer- 
sal pictures co., inc., New York, 5898 

Laugh your blues away, © Nov, 12, 1942; L 11689; 
C6lumbia pictures corp,, Hollywood, Calif, 

5899 

Lone Star trail, © Nov. 16, 1942; L 11692; Univer- 
sal pictures co,, inc, New York, 5900 



180 



CLASSES L-M 



no. 11, 1942 



5961 



Love is a song. © Sept. 21, 1942; M 13028; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 5901 

Man in the trunk. © Oct. 23, 1942; L 11674; 
Twentieth century-Fox film corp. , New York. 

5902 



Mask of Nippon. © Nov. 9, 1942; M 13043; 
wick pictures, inc.. New York. 



War- 
5903 



Mighty lak a goat. © Oct. 6, 1942; L 11665; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 5904 

Miss V from Moscow. © Nov. 4, 1942; L 11681; 
Producers releasing corp., New York. 5905 

Movietone news; v. 25, nos. 9-14. © Oct. 6, 8, 13, 
15, 20, 22, 1942; M 12990-12992, 13047-13049; 
Movietonews, inc.. New York. 5906-5911 

News of the day; v. 14, nos. 207-215. © Oct. 7, 9, 
14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30, Nov. 4, 1942; M 13002- 
13005, 13021, 13022, 13044-13046; Hearst-Met- 
rotone news, inc., New York. 5912-5920 

Nightmare; based or a story by Philip MacDonald. 
© Nov. 13, 1942; L 11686; Universal pictures 
CO. , inc. , New York. 5921 

Now, voyager; from the novel by Olive Higgins 
Prouty. © Oct. 31, 1942; L 11662; Warner bros. 
pictures, inc., New York. 5922 

One of our aircraft is missing. © May 10, 1942; L 
11691; Manhattan films, inc., New York. 5923 

Paramount news; nos. 7-17. © Sept. 18, 22, 25, 29, 
Oct. 2, 6, 9, 13, 16, 20, 13, 1942; M 13008- 
13018; Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. 

5924-5934 

Pluto at the zoo. © May 20, 1942; L 11694; Walt 
Disney productions, Burbank, Calif. 5935 

Radio bomb. Sss. Secret code. 

Rancho Grande. © Sept. 28, 1942; M 13037; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 5936 

Random harvest; based upon the novel by James 
Hilton. © Oct. 6, 1942; L 11666; Loew s, inc., 
New York. 5937 

Secret code. © Columbia pictures corp., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5938, 5939 
Chap. no. 9, The radio bomb. © Oct. 30, 1942; 
L 11669. 



Chap. 10, Blind bombardment. © Nov. 7, 
L 11687. 



1942; 



Secret enemies. © Nov. 7, 1942; L 11675; Warner 
bros. pictures, inc., New York. 5940 

Silver wings. © Sept. 21, 1942; M 13030; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

5941 

Six hits and a miss. © Nov. 9, 1942; M 13007; War- 
ner bros. pictures, inc.. New York. 5942 

So you want to give up smoking. © Nov. 21, 1942; 
M 13041; Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 
York. 5943 

Spi*t of Annapolis. © Nov. 21, 1942; L 11693; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc.. New York. 5944 



Stand by ail networks. © Oct. 29, 1942; L 
Columbia pictures corp., Holl3rwood, Calif. 

5945 

Superman in Showdown. © Oct. 16, 1942; L 11667; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 5946 

Tomorrow we live. © Sept. 20, 1942; L 11684; 
Producers releasing corp.. New York. 5947 

Trail riders. © Oct. 30, 1942; L 11678; Range 
busters, inc., Hollywood, Calif. 5948 



Turkey in the straw. © Sept. 28, 1942; M 13035; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 5949 



Universal newsreel; v. 15, nos. 117-124. © Sept. 
8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24, 29, Oct. 1, 1942; M 12994- 
13001; Universal pictures co., inc.. New York. 

5950-5957 

White cargo; based on the novel. Hell's playground, 
by Ida Vera Simonton. © Sept. 15, 1942; L 
11668; Loew's, inc.. New York. 5958 



Wildcat. © Aug. 27, 1942; 
pictures, inc., New York. 



L 11670; Paramount 
5959 



You'll have to swing it. © Sept. 28, 1942; M 13033; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 5960 

You're on your own. © title, descr. & 95 prints 
reed. Nov. 5, 1942; M 12993; Amer. natl. Red 
cross, Washington. 5961 



Number of entries in Classes L and M included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1942: 

Motion picture photoplays 787 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 1124 

Total --- 1911 



181 



TITLES OF MOTION PICTURES OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 [5961 



Dr. Rameau; adapted from George Ohnet's novel. 
© Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., New York. 
R 112218, Oct. 16, 1942. 1 

Lady Audley's secret; adapted from M. E. Brad- 
don's novel. © Twentieth century-Fox film 
Corp., New York. R 112219, Oct. 16, 1942. 2 

Little Gypsy. © rwentieth century -Fox film 
Corp., New York. R 112226, Oct. 16, 1942. 3 



Regeneration; adapted from the play. ® Twentieth 
century -Fox film Corp., New York. R 112223, 
Oct, 16, 1942. 4 



Should a mother tell. © Twentieth century -Fox 
film Corp., New York. R 112220, Oct. 16, 1942. 

5 

Sin. © Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., New 
York. R 112224, Oct. 16, 1942. 6 

Song of hate. © Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., 
New York. R 112222, Oct. 16, 1942. 7 

Two orphans; adapted from D'Ennery's novel. © 
Twentieth century -Fox film Corp., New York. R 
112221, Oct 16, 1942. 8 

Wonderful adventure; adapted from Captain Wilbur 
Lawson's book. © Twentieth century -Fox film 
Corp., New York. R 112225, Oct. 16, 1942. 9 



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CATALOG 
of 
COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

Published by Authority of the Acts 
of Coi^ress of March 3, 1891, 
of June 30, 1906, and of 
March 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 

Including 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1942 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 15 

No. 12 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, issued monthly, contains 
titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles 
of the entries made in Class ''D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico- musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class "L," Motion-picture photoplays, and Class "M," Motion pictures other than 
photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations used 
in this part are as follows: "D," Class D, Dramatic compositions- "l," Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; 
and "M,'' Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "© ' implies copyright registration of a pub- 
lished work followed by date of publication; "© 1 c." stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed 
by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed under section 23 of 
the act of March 4, 1909, will be found in this issue immediately followir^ the drama list, and a list of 
motion pictures of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed, will be found immediately following the 
motion picture list. 

The annual index contains the titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion pictures. 
The act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." 

The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received only for the calendar year) 
for Part 1, Group 3, is $2.00 for 1942, payable in advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, 
D. C, by postal money order, express order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
the Catalog are now as follows; 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper - =■- — $3.00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or 

Periodicals, Lectures, and Maps = = — 3.00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2.00 

Part 2, Periodicals- = — = = 2.00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions--- = - 3.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers ---== -- = — - — = =--- .50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year = - 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year = -- --- = 10.00 



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NOTICE 

The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1942. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo -engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
returned. No maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record should make formal request for the 
return of the articles, which must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be supplied 
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CLASS D 
DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 
Note. — If the claimant of copyright is the same as the author, no statement of authorship is given. 



Against the storm; episode 805, by Sandra Michael 
& Gerda Michael. © 1 c. Dec. 1, 1942; D 82606; 
Procter it Gamble co., Cincinnati. 5962 

Ah, that spring. © 1 c. Dec. 11, 1942; D 82740; 
Paul Wing, Westport, Conn. 5963 

Alibi. §£6 Challenge of the Yukon. 

Antiques. See Dr. Christian. 

Any day now; by North Clark [pseud, of C. Washburn] 
© 1 c. Dec. 4, 1942; D 82672; Charles Washburn, 
South Ozone Park, L. I., N. Y. 5964 

Are you listening, Adolf. © 1 c. Nov. 27, 1942; D 
82590; Erwin Wiechert, Sunnyside, L. I., N, Y. 

5965 

Around the dawn; by Mason Arvold. © 1 c. Dec. 
17, 1942; D 82784; Alfred Mason Arvold, New 
York. 5966 

At this time of night. © Dec. 23, 1941; D 82759; 
Dorothy Suzanne Dodgson, Toronto. 5967 

Autumn furlough; by Stanley Richards [pseud, of 
S. MyersJ © 1 c. Dec. 1, 1942; D 82657; Stan- 
ley Myers, Brooklyn. 5968 

Avenger (The) See Lone Ranger. 

Badge of courage. Sge Lone Ranger. 



Battle song. © 1 c. Dec. 8, 1942; D 
Noyes, Norwood Ridge, N. H. 



; Richard 
5969 



Beach party; by Karl Swenson. © 1 c. Dec. 7, 1942; 
D 82692; Amer. theatre wing war service, inc.. 
New York. 5970 

Bells toll death. Sge Shadow. 

Big ones are biting; by Charles Cromer & Walter 
J. Kinderman. © 1 c. Oct. 19, 1942; D 82584; 
Wilding picture sales Corp., Chicago. 5971 

Bill grows up. See He may be President. 

Birthday cake; text by Hortense Flexner, music by 
Charles Haubiel. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1942; D 76198; 
Composers press, inc., New York. 5972 

Blind-date party; audition script. © 1 c. Nov. 24, 
1942; D 82699; Josef Cherniavsky, New York. 

5973 

Blonde blitz; by Fred [i. e. J. F.j Ballard. © 1 c. 
Dec. 14, 1942, D 82768; John Frederick Ballard, 
New York. 5974 

Brass button. §g£. Challenge of the Yukon. 



Brave at heart. See Stars over Hollywood. 

By appointment only; by Thomas John Uren. © 1 c. 
Dec. 15, 1942; D 82776; Bertram Thomas Uren, 
New York. 5975 

Cabbages and careers; by Bee [i. e. B. A.] Hum- 
phries. © 1 c. Dec. 7, 1942; D 82716; Bertha 
Amlin Humphries, East Los Angeles, Calif. 

5976 

Capitalist (The) © 1 c. Dec. 17, 1942; D 82788; 
Herbert Burton Burnkrant, Wood Ridge, N. J. 

5977 

Case of Ratliff- Helms. See Gang busters. 

Case of Tanko-Hall, pt. 1. See Gang busters. 

Case of Tanko-Hall, pt. 2. Sge Gang busters. 



Lord & Thomas, inc., Los 

5978-5981 

) 1 c. each Nov. 30, 1942; 



Ceiling unlimited. 
Angeles. 
Nov. 16, 23, 1942 

D 82614, 82613. 
Nov. 30, 1942. © 1 c. Dec. 9, 1942; D 82712. 
Dec. 7, 1942. © 1 c. Dec. 16, 1942; D 82780. 

Challenge of the Yukon; by Fran Striker. © Challenge 
of the Yukon, inc., Detroit. 5982-5989 

No. 251, Alibi. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1942; D 82623. 
No. 252, The brass button. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1942; 

D 82624. 
No. 253, Sight unseen. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1942; D 

82625. 
No. 254, Pretense to homicide. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 

1942; D 82626. 
No. 255, Chinook gold. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1942; D 

82627. 
No. 256, Rat poison. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1942; D 

82628. 
No. 257, Corporal Standish. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1942; 

D 82629. 
No. 258, Wolf call. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1942; D 

82630. 



Chase and Sanborn program. © Edgar John Bergen, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. 5990-5993 

Nov. 22, 1942. © 1 c. Dec. 2, 1942; D 82659. 
Nov. 29, Dec. 6, 13, 1942. © 1 c. each Dec. 19, 
1942; D 82792-82794. 

Check and double check. See Federal ace, inc., 
Detroit. 

Child is born. © 1 c. Dec. 11, 1942; D 82770; 
Stephen Vincent Benet, New York. 5994 

Child is the future. See Dr. Christian. 



Chinook gold. 



Challenge of the Yukon. 



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5995 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. 1. n. s., v„ 15 



Cisco Kid draws a blank; program no. 10, Dec. 4, 
1942, by John L. Sinn. © 1 c. Dec. 11, 1942; D 
82747; Frederic W. Ziv, Cincinnati. 5995 

Cisco Kid finds a way; by John L. Sinn. © 1 cDec. 
11, 1942; D 82744; Frederic W. Ziv, Cincinnati. 

5996 

Cisco Kid talks turkey; program no. 9, Nov. 27, 
1942, by John L. Sinn. © 1 c. Dec. 11, 1942; D 
82746; Frederic W. Ziv, Cincinnati. 5997 

Clan of Adam; by Victor Clement, in collaboration 
with Arthur Ross & P. Oakes. © 1 c. Dec. 4, 
1942; D 82803; Percy Oakes, New York. 5998 

Come into my parlor; by Eleanor Thompson Dill. 
© 1 c. Nov. 27, 1942; D 82588; Eleanor Thomp- 
son Dill Repplier, New York. 5999 

Coming of the King; text & music written & com- 
piled by Dorothy Lehman Sumerau. © Sept. 1, 
1942; D 76194, Meigs pub, co., Indianapolis. 

6000 

Compassionate leave. © 1 c.Dec.4, 1942; D 82676; 
Ed Rowan, Falls Church, Va. 6001 

Corporal Standish. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Cowboy in the sky; based on the song, There's a 
cowboy ridin' thru the sky, by William Tracey. 
© 1 c. Dec. 17, 1942; D 82811; Shapiro, Bern- 
stein & CO., inc.. New York. 6002 

Crime doctor. © Max Marcin, New York. 

6003-6006 
No. 121, Nov. 22, 1942. © 1 c. Nov. 27, 1942; D 

82598. 
No. 122, Nov. 29, 1942. © 1 c. Dec. 5, 1942; D 

82682. 
No. 123, Dec. 6, 1942. © 1 c. Dec. 10, 1942; D 

82737. 
No. 124, Dec. 13, 1942. © 1 c. Dec. 21, 1942; D 

82796. 

Dalton daughters; nos. 1-3. © Ic.each Dec. 2, 1942; 
D 82661-82663; Virginia Anne Freret, Bristol, 
Va. 6007-6009 

Death from the sky. See Shadow. 

Death in the spotlight. © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1942; D 
82771; Kenyon Nicholson, Stockton, N. J. & Eve- 
lyn Berckman, N^w Hope, Pa. 6010 

Death shoots an arrow. See Shadow. 

Death Valley days; by McCann-Erickson, inc. © 
Pacific coast borax co., New York. 6011-6013 
Nov. 26, 1942, Harvest at Fort Rock. © 1 c.Dec. 

10, 1942; D 82731. 
Dec. 3, 1942, The Lady says no. © 1 c. Dec. 10, 

1942; D 82732. 
Dec. 10, 1942, Round trip to Michigan. © 1 c. 
Dec. 10, 1942; D 82733. 

Derelicts (The): translated & rearranged from 
Maxim Gorky s play, Nadnye. [Text only] © 1 
c. Dec. 5, 1942; D 82802; Anatole Winogradoff, 
New York. 6014 

Design for destruction. See Green Hornet. 



Detour from beyond, © 1 c. Nov. 4, 1942; D 82697; 
Erwin Van Cortland, Forest Hills, N, Y. 

6015 

Devil you say. © 1 c. Nov. 27, 1942; D 82589; Erwin 
Wiechert, Sunnyside, L. I., N. Y. 6016 

Devil's sink. See Lone Ranger. 

Do you get it; audition script, by Kay Blaine. © 1 c. 
Dec. 14, 1942; D 82766; Joseph W. Lewis, jr., 
Kew Gardens, L. I., N. Y. 6017 

Dr. Christian. © McCann-Erickson, inc.. New York, 

6018-6020 
Episode no. 209, Antiques. © 1 c.Dec. 10, 1942; 

D 82734. 
Episode no. 210, We hold these truths. © 1 c, 

Dec. 10, 1942; D 82735. 
Episode no, 211, The child is the future. © 1 c. 
Dec. 10, 1942; D 82736. 

Dom Pedro. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 1942; D 82667; Robert 
Weenolsen, New York. 6021 

Doodie comes home. See Stars over Hollywood. 

Double trouble for the Cisco Kid, Nov. 20, 1942, by 
John L. Sinn. © 1 c. Dec. 11, 1942; D 82745; 
Frederic W. Ziv, Cincinnati. 6022 

Double wears a mask. See Green Hornet. 

Dramatic skits; by Elizabeth Filkins Gessler, illus- 
trated by Mary Filkins Barrett. © Nov. 20, 
1942; D 82806; Gessler pub. co., Hastings on 
Hudson, N. Y. 6023 

Dynasty of terror. See Lone Ranger. 

Easy aces; continuity no. 1219, Nov. 19, 1942. © 1 
c, Dec. 2, 1942; D 82660; Goodman Ace, New 
York. 6024 

Ein tog leben; oder, Yiden, lozt mich ich ken beser. 

© 1 c. Dec. 2, 1942; D 82743; Aaron L. Baron, 
Rockaway Beach, N, Y. 6025 

Emperor of the lost continent; by Monta Marshall 
[pseud, of M. E. Lodge] © 1 c. Nov. 6, 1942; D 
82585; Montjoy Elizabeth Lodge, San Diego, 

6026 

Emperor's new clothes; an adaptation for stage of 
the story by Hans Christian Andersen. © 1 c. 
Dec. 21, 1942; D 82798; Beatrice Lewis, Pitts- 
burgh. 6027 

Family (The); based on a novel of same name by 
Nina Fedorova. © 1 c. Dec. 9, 1942; D 82714; 
Victor Wolfson, New York. 6028 

Federal ace; by Fran Striker. © Federal ace, inc., 
Detroit. 6029-6032 

No. 203, Check and double check. © 1 c. Nov, 

30, 1942; D 82619. 
No. 204, A slip in time. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1942; 

D 82620. 
No. 205, Guns for Galapogas. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 

1942; D 82621. 
No. 206, Revenge for a brave man. © 1 c. Nov, 

30. 1942; D 82622. 



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no. 12, 1942 



6072 



Fire in the forests. See Green Hornet. 

First nighter © Campana sales co., Batavia, 111. 

6033-6035 
Nov. 22, 1942, The traitor, by Irvin Ashkenazy. 

© 1 c. Dec. 3, 1942; D 82671. 
Nov. 29, 1942, Transatlantic family, by Ralph W. 

Hunter. © 1 c. Dec. 11, 1942; D 82742. 
Dec. 6, 1942, Mr. Morris finds a job, by Anthony 
Wayne. © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1942; D 82756. 



For God and country. © Nov. 15, 1942; 
John D. M. Brown, AUentown, Pa. 



D 82709; 
6036 



Forests of the night. © 1 c. Dec. 9, 1942; D 82728; 
Daniel N. Rubin, Charleston, S. C. 6037 

Forever and ever; by Mason Arvold. © 1 c. Dec. 17, 
1942; D 82785; Alfred Mason Arvold, New York. 

6038 

From ragtime to boogie woogie. See Story of jazz. 

Front-line sweethearts. © 1 c. Dec. 9, 1942; D 
82750; Mary Frances Abbott, Atlanta. 6039 

Gang busters. © Phillips H. Lord, New York. 

6040-6042 



Program no. 291, Case of Tanko-Hall, pt. 

1 c. Dec. 1, 1942; D 82655. 
program no. 292, Case of Tanko-Hall, pt. 

1 c. Dec. 8, 1942; D 82710. 
Program no. 293, Case of Ratliff -Helms. 

Dec. 15, 1942; D 82777. 



1. © 



2. © 



Gangbustersten cents apiece. See He maybe Pres- 
ident. 

God wot. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1942; D 82751; Ruth Mc- 
Coy Harris, Plandome, N. Y. 6043 

Great Gildersleeve; no. 58, Nov. 29, 1942, by John 
Whedon. © 1 c. Dec. 9, 1942; D 82711; Kraft 
cheese co., Chicago. 6044 

Green apples. © 1 c. Dec. 21, 1942; D 82800; James 
Pooler & Lyford" Moore, Detroit. 6045 

Green Hornet; by Fran Striker. © Green Hornet, 
inc. , Detroit. 6046-6052 

No. 577, Design for destruction. © 1 c. Nov. 

30, 1942; D 82631. 
No. 578, Lonely outpost. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1942; 

D 82632. 
No. 579, Fire in the forests. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1942; 

D 82633. 
No. 580> The stars catch a spy. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 

1942; D 82634. 
No. 581, Inside information. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 

1942; D 82635. 
No. 582, The double wears a mask. © 1 c. Nov. 

30, 1942; D 82636. 
No. 583, Torpedo on wheels. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 

1942; D 82637. 

Griggsby Junction. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1942; D 82611; 
Jean Archibald & Arthur Hansl, New Milford, 
Conn, 6053 

Guns for Galapogas. See Federal ace. 

Half a loaf. See. Lone Ranger. 

Harvest at Fort Rock. See Death Valley Days. 



Hats off; original story based on John Paul Jones, 
bk. & lyrics by Hazel E. Harrison, music by 
Adele Bohling Lee, adaptation by Don Wilson. 
© Oct. 29, 1942; D 76197; Raymond A. Hoffman 
CO., Chicago. 6054 

He may be President. ® Harry E. Jacobs, Colum- 
bus, O. & Edith Tallant, Reynoldsburg, O. 

6055-6058 
Bill grows up, material & narration by H. E. 
Jacobs, dramatization by E. Tallant. © 1 c. 
Dec. 10, 1942; D 82725. 
Gangbusters ten cents apiece, material & nar- 
ration by H. E. Jacobs, dramatization by E. 
Tallant. © 1 c. Dec. 10, 1942; D 82724. 
Taking the step out of stepfather, material & 
narration by H. E. Jacobs, dramatization by 
E. Tallant. © 1 c. Dec. 10, 1942; D 82727. 
Wolf pack. © 1 c. Dec. 10, 1942; D 82726. 

Health's a-poppin; by Jean Maloney & Arnold Ma- 
loney. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 1942; D 82664; Arnold 
Hamilton Maloney, Washington. 6059 

Her leading man. © 1 c. Dec. 7, 1942; D 82693; 
Elsie Sirota, New York. 6060 

Hollow man's roost. © 1 c. Nov. 27, 1942; D 82593; 
Samuel Redmond, New York. 6061 



6062, 6063 
Frederic Arnold 



Home front. 

© 1 c. Dec. 5, 1942; D 82680 

Kummer, Baltimore. 
© 1 c. Dec. 7, 1942; D 82684; Harris Peavey & 
Austin Henry, Union, N. J. 

Home made courage; by Esther M. Hawley. © 1 c. 
Dec. 7, 1942; D 82691; Amer. theatre wing war 
service, inc., New York. 6064 

Horsehair bridle. See Lone Ranger. 

Host with a horn. © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1942; D 82764; 
William Henry Beyer, New York. 6065 

1 walk the highways. © 1 c. Dec. 11, 1942; D 82738; 
Daniel E. Hogan, sr., Merion, Pa. 6066 

Inside column. © 1 c. Dec. 7, 1942; D 82683; Benj. 
M. Kaye, New York. 6067 

Inside information. See Green Hornet. 

Inspiration, by Mary Hutchinson. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 
1942; D 82721; Mary S. Westland, Cleveland 
Heights, O. 6068 

Introduction to comfort; Oct. 19, 1942. © 1 c. Dec. 
7, 1942; D 82685; AudiVision, inc., New York. 

6069 

Johnny's wife. See Stars over Hollywood. 

Julius Caesar; by William Shakespeare, abridgement 
with stage directions, notes & designs by T. P. 
Robinson. © Dec. 11, 1942; A 169569; Thomas 
P. Robinson, Boston. 6070 

K-9. © 1 c. Nov. 23, 1942; D 82774; Kilwinning 
chapter no. 97, R. A. M., Cincinnati. 6071 

Keep it clean. © 1 c. Nov. 27, 1942; D 82587; Barney 
Gerard, New York. 6072 



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pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 



King of the Western riders and that bucking bronco 
bay; by E. Cox, assisted by Winifred N. Bess. 
[Text onlyj © 1 c. Dec. 4, 1942; D 82804; Ed- 
ward Cox, Shelley, Id. b073 

Kingdom of Inasmuch. © 1 c. Dec. 4, 1942; D 82678; 
Harlan E. Glazier, Washington. 6074 

Knock on wood. © 1 c. Nov. 17, 1942; D 82752; 
Kimball Flaccus, New York. 6075 

Kopronoff medal. © 1 c. June 23, 1942; D 82753; 
Joan Bourdelle, New York. 6076 

Lady goes to bed; or. The lady in bed. © 1 c. Dec. 
21, 1942; D 82801; Norman Phillip Macdonald 
& Daniel C. Blum, New York. 6077 

Lady in bed. See Lady goes to bed. 

Lady in black. See Shadow. 

[Lady Isabel of East LynneJ; by Mary Hutchinson & 
Percival Vivian, from the play based on Mrs. 
Henry Wood's novel. © 1 c, Nov. 9, 1942; D 
82720, Mary S. Westland, Cleveland Heights, O. 

6078 

Lady says no. See Death Valley days. 

Lake Guns of Seneca and Cayuga and eight other 
plays of upstate New York; by A. M. Drummond, 
Robert E. Gard, L.O'Connell, and others, edited 
by A. M, Drummond & Robert Eo Gard, with an 
introduction by Harold W. Thompson. © Oct. 
18, 1942; D 82563; Cornell univ., Ithaca, N. Y. 

6079 

Last exit; by W. Morrissey & Tom [i. e. T. A.J 
Johnstone. © 1 c. Dec. 16, 1942; D 82781; Thom- 
as A. Johnstone &, Will Morrissey, New York. 

6080 

Last full measure. © 1 c. Dec. 4, 1942; D 82677; 
Harlan E. Glazier, Washington. 6081 



Laurel crown. © 1 c. Dec. 
Wedeman, New York. 



15, 1942; D 82778; Erna 
6082 



Lennie's locket. See Lone Ranger. 

Let them stew; or. No time to woo. © 1 c. Oct. 20, 
1942; D 82673; Elizabeth Coombs & Gloria 
Horkheimer Coombs, Santa Monica, Calif. 

6083 

Letters from Susan; by Geth Osborn [i.e. Mrs.Canp- 
bell Osbornj © 1 c. Dec. 4, 1942; D 82705; 
Geth Osborn, Silver Spring, Md. 6084 

Life can be beautiful; episode no. 1099, by Carl 
Bixby & Don Becker. © 1 c. Dec. 1, .1942; D 
82604; Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

6085 

Little heel. © 1 c. Dec. 10, 1942; D 82729; Joan 
Coons, New York. 6086 

Little Orpheus. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1942; D 82821; 
Howard Baker, Cambridge, Mass. 6087 

Lone journey; continuity no. 652, by Sandra Michael 
& Peter Michael. © 1 c. Dec. 1, 1942; D 82607; 
Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 6088 



Lone Ranger; by Fran Striker. © Lone Ranger, 
inc., Detroit. 6089-6099 

No. 1532-745, Devil's sink. © Ic.Nov. 30, 1942 

D 82639. 
No. 1533-746, Thundering hoofs. © 1 c. Nov 

30, 1942; D 82640, 
No. 1534-747, The avenger. © Ic.Nov. 30, 1942 

D 82641. 
No. 1535-748, Lennie's locket. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 

1942; D 82642. 
No. 1536-749, Murder for profit. © 1 c. Nov 

30, 1942; D 82643. 
No. 1537-750, The horsehair bridle. © 1 c. Nov, 

30, 1942; D 82644. 
No. 1538-751, Renegade. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1942 

D 82645. 
No. 1539-752, Half a loaf. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1942 

D 82646. 
No. 1540-753, Dynasty of terror. © 1 c. Nov 

30, 1942; D 82647. 
No. 1541-754, Sign of the swastika. © 1 c. Nov 

30, 1942; D 82648. 
No. 1542-755, Badge of courage. © 1 c. Nov 

30, 1942; D 82649. 

Lonely outpost. See Green Hornet. 

Look thou character; by James Fleming & Virginia 
Fleming. © 1 c. Dec. 15, 1942; D 82786; James 
Francis Fleming, Bronxville, N. Y. 6100 

Macbeth; by William Shakespeare, abridgement 
with stage directions, notes & designs by T. P. 
Robinson. © Dec. 11, 1942; A 169570; Thomas 
P. Robinson, Boston. 6101 

Madonna of the shelters. © 1 c. Dec. 21, 1942; D 
82797; Dona Belle Costello, Washington. 6102 

Maid of Aberdeen; by Jeanne Steigman&L. Borodu- 
lin. © 1 c. Nov. 23, 1942; D 82698; Lazar 
Borodulin, Brooklyn. 6103 

Maid of Orleans; by Mary Hutchinson & Percival 
Vivian. © 1 c. Nov. 9. 1942; D 82719; Mary S. 
Westland, Cleveland Heights, O. 6104 

Man In The Moon; by Jack H. Gordun. © 1 c. Nov. 
27, 1942; D 82600; Jacob H. Gordun, Maiden, 
Mass. 6105 



Man in two. © 1 c. Dec. 14, 
Marcus, Arlington, Va. 



1942; D 82763; Philip 
6106 



Man nobody knows. © 1 c. Nov. 19, 1942; D 82704; 
Thurlow Weed Hoffmann & H. B. Hoffman, Clif- 
ton, N. J. 6107 

Man with a lantern. © 1 c. Dec. 2, 1942; D 82749; 
Mathild Ferro & Theodore Ferro, NorwaUs, Conn. 

6108 

March of the nations. © 1 c. Nov. 27, 1942; D 
82595; Bernhard W. Weinberger, Louise Haimes 
& Bert Child, New York. 6109 

March of time; Nov. 27, Dec. 3, 10, 17, 1942. © 1 
c. Nov. 30, Dec. 10, 14, 21, 1942; D 82615, 82722, 
82758, 82795; Time, inc.. New York. 6110-6113 

Matter of opinion. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1942; D 82809; 
William Roddy Charlton, A. P. O. no. 923, c/o 
Postmaster, San Francisco. 6114 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 12, 1942 



6156 



Maxwell house coffee time; by Benton & Bowles, 
inc. © General foods Corp., New York. 

6115-6117 
Nov. 12, 1942. © 1 c. Nov. 27, 1942; D 82618. 
Nov. 19, 26, 1942. © 1 c. each Dec. 11, 1942; D 
82773, 82772. 

Messenger from Wake Island; by Carroll J. Atchison. 
© Oct. 1, 1942; D 82805; Curtain printers, 
Houston. 6118 

Milady literal. © 1 c. Nov. 28, 1942; D 82608; Al- 
bert Carriere, Montclair, N. J. 6119 

Minstrel shows with music, being At ease; vol. 2, 
edited & compiled by the Writers &, material 
committee of Camp shows, inc. © Nov. 13, 1942; 
AA 415218; Camp shows, inc.. New York. 

6120 

Missionary to America. © Nov. 15, 1942; D 82707; 
John D. M. Brown, Allentown, Pa. 6121 

Mr. Morris finds a job. See First nighter. 

Mistress Nancy Stair: Accessory. © 1 c. Dec. 4, 
1942; D 82679; James Washington Cutshaw, 
Chicago. 6122 

Murder for profit. Sss. Lone Ranger. 

Nadnye. See Derelicts. 

New order. © 1 c. Nov. 25, 1942; D 82594; Jay 
Zimmet, New York. 6123 

Nice work; by Helen Sloan Stetson. © 1 c. Dec. 7, 
1942; D 82690; American theatre wing war ser- 
vice, Inc., New York. 6124 

No time to woo. See. Let them stew. 

Observant observer. © 1 c. Dec. 21,1942;D 82791; 
Philip Cohen, Washington. 6125 

Old maid and the thief; libretto & music by Gian- 
Carlo Menotti. [Libretto only] © Dec. 18, 1942; 
D 82807; G. Ricordi & co., inc., New York. 

6126 

One in a million. © 1 c. Dec. 10, 1942; D 82739; 
Bud Pearson & Les White, New York. 6127 

One traveller returned. © 1 c. Dec. 8, 1942; D 
82695; Beth Springer Breene, New York. 6128 

Our living dead. © 1 c. Nov. 28, 1942; D 82654; 
Sidney Nichols, Brooklyn. 6129 

Our secret world; Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, Nov. 7, 14, 
21, 1942, by Use Intrator. © 1 c. each Dec. 22, 
1942; D 82813-82820; WOR program service, 
inc., New York. 6130-6137 



Ours to hold; or. To have and to hold. © 1 c. Dec. 
7, 1942; D 82694; Barney Post, Brooklyn. 

6138 



Outpost. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 1942; D 82790; Hamilton 
Pitt, Winsted, Conn. 6139 



Oxydol's own Ma Perkins; continuity no. 2446 E. T., 
by Orin Tovrov. © 1 c. Dec. 1, 1942; D 82602; 
Procter & Gamble co. , Cincinnati. 6140 

Patriots (The). © 1 c. Nov. 14, 1942; D 82674; Sid- 
ney Kingsley & Madge Evans, Oakland, N. J. 

6141 

Phillip D'Amour; libretto & music by C. Songer. © 
1 c. Nov. 24, 1942; D 76195; Carl Songer, Chi- 
cago. 6142 

Portrait of a hero; by Frances Homer. © 1 c. Nov. 
30, 1942; D 82609; Frances Homer Roos, Toledo. 

6143 

Post mortem. © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1942; D 82765; Law- 
rence Riley, New York. 6144 

Pretense to homicide. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Private doctor. © 1 c. Nov. 25, 1942; D 82703; 
Clyde Clifford Johnston, Carlisle, Pa. 6145 

Rancho (£1) Grande. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1942; D 82612; 
Harriet Hinsdale, Los Angeles. 6146 

Rare stakes. © 1 c. Dec. 11, 1942; D 82748; Wal- 
ter S. Casey, New York. 6147 

Rat poison. §££ Challenge of the Yukon. 

Red pavillion; by Catherine Turney [pseud, of C. T. 
Reynolds] © 1 c. Dec. 16,1942; D 82783; Cathe- 
rine Turney Reynolds, Pasadena. 6148 

Renegade. Ses. Lone Ranger. 

Reproduction of the birth of Jesus. © Nov. 10, 1942; 
D 82566; Jesse A. Landis, Eaton, O. 6149 

Revenge for a brave man. See Federal ace. 

Right to happiness; episode no. 799, by Irna Phil- 
lips. © 1 c. Dec. 1, 1942; D 82605; Procter & 
Gamble co., Cincinnati. 6150 

Rivals (The); by Mary Hutchinson & Percival Vi- 
vian. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1942; D 82717; Mary S. 
Westland, Cleveland Heights, O. 6151 

Road of life; episode no. 1349, by Irna Phillips. © 
1 c. Dec. 1, 1942; D 82603; Procter & Gamble 
CO., Cincinnati. 6152 

Romeo and Helen. © 1 c. Nov. 27, 1942; D 82596; 
Freeland F. Penney, New York. 6153 

Rosalie has plans; by Bee [i. e. B. A. j Humphries. 
© 1 c. Dec. 7, 1942; D 82715; Bertha Amlin 
Humphries, East Los Angeles, Calif. 6154 

Rose Ann of Charing Cross; by William Tracey. © 
1 c. Dec. 17, 1942; D 82810; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& CO., inc.. New York. 6155 

Round trip to Michigan. See. Death Valley days. 



Russian people; based on a play by Constantine 
Simonov. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 1942; D 82706: Clif- 
ford Odets, New York. 6156 



507676 O - 43 - 2 



187 



6157 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. 1, n. s.. V. 15 



Russian soul; by John J, Fayne [pseud, of J. Feinman] 
© 1 c. Nov. 27, 1942; D 82591; Jack Feinman, 
Youngstown, O. 6157 

Salome; by Mary Hutchinson & Percival Vivian, 
based on the play by Oscar Wilde. © 1 c. Nov. 
9, 1942; D 82718; Mary S. Westland, Cleveland 
Heights, O. 6158 

Scrappy - alias Nina the dressmaker. © 1 c. Nov. 
27, 1942; D 82701; Giuseppe Di Gioia, Brooklyn. 

6159 

Sein Kampf; by J. B. Gray [pseud, of K. Parsons] 
© 1 c. Dec. 3, 1942; D 81700; Kate Parsons, 
New York, 6160 

Shadow; by Jack Hastings, Max Ehrlich & Sidney 
Slon. © Street & Smith publications, inc., New 
York. 6161-6164 

Nov. 22, 1942, The lady in black. © 1 c. Nov. 

24, 1942; D 82586. 
Nov. 29, 1942, Death from the sky. © 1 c. Dec, 

2, 1942; D 82681. 
Dec. 6, 1942, Death shoots an arrow. © Ic.Dec. 

9, 1942; D 82730. 
Dec, 13, 1942, The bells toll death. © 1 c. Dec. 

16, 1942; D 82812. 

Sight unseen. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Sign of the swastika. See Lone Ranger. 

Skylarkers. © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1942; D 82762; Joseph 
Patrick Cusack, New York. 6165 

Slip in time. See Federal ace. 

Something nude and something different; by Naoma 
Woolridge. © 1 c. Nov. 25, 1942; D 82592; 
Balaban & Katz Corp., Chicago. 6166 

Spring again. © Nov. 23, 1942; D 82564; Isabel 
Leighton & Bertram Block, New York. 6167 

Stalinhaven. © 1 c. Dec. 22, 1942; D 82822; Ivan 
Sokoloff, New York. 6168 

Stars catch a spy. See Green Hornet. 

Stars over Hollywood. © Bowey's, inc., Chicago. 

6169-6172 
Nov. 21, 1942, The unexpected Mr. X, by Dane 

Lusier. © 1 c. Dec. 7, 1942; D 82687. 
Nov. 28, 1942, Doodie comes home, by Ed Ver- 

dier. © 1 c. Dec. 7, 1942; D 82686. 
Dec, 5, 1942, The brave at heart, by Ralph Rose 

& Ann Ray. © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1942; D 82779. 
Dec. 12, 1942, Johnny's wife, by Roger Quayle 

Denny. © 1 c. Dec. 17, 1942; D 82787. 

Story of jazz; or. From ragtime to boogie woogie. 
Audition script. © 1 c. Nov. 3, 1942; D 82651; 
Lee Wainer & Joseph Hyman, New York. 6173 

Summer bachelors. © 1 c, Dec, 1, 1942; D 82656; 
Irving J, Gallagher, Elizabeth, N. J. 6174 

Sun will shine again, © 1 c, Dec. 16, 1942; D 82782; 
Kurt Tischler, New York. 6175 

Surinam trade, © 1 c.Dec.4, 1942; D 82775; Eliza- 
beth Goodyear & Selma Paley Morosco, New 
York. 6176 



Taking the step out of stepfather. See He may be 
President. 

Taras Bulba; based on the romance by Nikolay 
Gogol. © 1 c. Dec. 1, 1942; D 82658; Julia Wiggins 
Brinkman, New York. 6177 

Tempest (The), by William Shakespeare, abridge- 
ment with stage directions, notes & designs by 
T. P. Robinson. © Dec. 11, 1942; A 169568; 
Thomas P, Robinson, Boston. 6178 

Texaco star theatre; by Fred Allen. © Batchelor 
enterprises, inc., New York. 6179-6182 

Nov. 22, 1942. © 1 c. Nov. 27, 1942; D 82597. 
Nov. 29, 1942. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 1942; D 82665. 
Dec. 6, 1942. © 1 c. Dec. 9, 1942; D 82723. 
Dec. 13, 1942. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 1942; D 82789. 

Theatre time; audition script. © 1 c. Dec. 3, 1942; 
D 82668; Thomas Goldberg, New York. 6183 

There came a stranger. © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1942; D 
82767; Alberta Stedman Eagan, New York. 

6184 

There's a cowboy ridin' thru the sky. See Cowboy 
in the sky. 

There's more than one way; by Leo Rosencrans. © 
1 c, Nov. 23, 1942; D 82754; Wilding picture sales 
Corp., Chicago. 6185 

This is^ war; by Norman Corwin, Stephen Vincent 
Benet, Philip Wylie [and others], with an intro- 
duction by H. L. McClinton. © Nov. 24, 1942; D 
82741; Norman Corwin, Stephen Vincent Benet, 
Philip Wylie, William N. Robson, Maxwell Ander- 
son, George Faulkner, Ranald MacDougall & John 
Driscoll, New York. 6186 

This is Youngstown; by John J. Fayne. © 1 c. Dec. 
7, 1942; D 82688; Jack Feinman, Youngstown, O, 

6187 

Three unholy. © Nov. 25, 1942; D 82610; William 
D. Pardee, Newark, N. J. 6188 



Thundering hoofs. See Lone Ranger. 

Time to fight. © Nov. 15, 1942; D 82708; John D. 
M. Brown, Allentown, Pa. 6189 

Time to reap. © 1 c. Nov. 27, 1942; D 82617; 
Stephen Vincent Benet, New York. 6190 

To have and to hold. See Ours to hold. 

Torpedo on wheels. See Green Hornet. 

Traditional Christmas; by Ruth S. Gibson, © Nov. 
5, 1942; D 82650; Natl, board of the Young wo- 
mens Christian assns. of the U, S, A., New York. 

6191 

Trailing clouds of glory. © 1 c. J>ec. 21, 1942; D 
82799; Beatrice Lewis, Pittsburgh. 6192 

Traitor (The) See First nighter. 

Transatlantic family. See First nighter. 



188 



DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 



no. 12, 1942 



6210 



Tribute to mothers of men in the service. © Nov. 
28, 1942; D 82760; Alice Ella Sherman, Platts- 
burgh, N. Y. 6193 



Uncle Harry. © Nov. 23, 
Job, New Haven. 



1942; D 82565; 



Thomas 
6194 



Unexpected Mr. X. See Stars over Hollywood. 

Vic and Sade; Nov. 17, 1942, by Paul Rhymer. © 
1 c. Dec. 1, 1942; D 82601; Procter & Gamble 
CO., Cincinnati. 6195 

Victory programme. © Nov. 28, 1942; D 82616; 
AUce Ella Sherman, Plattsburgh, N. Y. 6196 

Voices of victory. © 1 c. Nov. 13, 1942; D 82652; 
Joanne M. Mathews, Dayton, O. 6197 

Voices of victory; by Albert Weeks. © 1 c. Nov. 
27, 1942; D 82702; Wilding picture sales Corp., 
Chicago. 6198 

Wads and Alma. © 1 c. Dec. 17, 1942; D 82808; 
Carl Sigirid Anderson, Elmwood, Conn. 

6199 

We hold these truths. See Dr. Christian. 

We to the gods. © Ic.Dec. 7, 1942; D 82689; Bernd 
Phelps Rose, Shields, Pa. 6200 

We're in the army minstrel first-part; by Jean 
Provence. © Dec. 10, 1942; D 82761; T. S, 
Denison & co., Chicago. 6201 



Wind blown letter. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 1942; D 82675; 
Grace E. Cockrell, San Marino, Calif. 6202 

Wind is rising. © 1 c.Dec. 3, 1942; D 82666; Harry 
Kleiner, Philadelphia. 6203 

Wolf call. See Challenge of the Yukon. 

Wolf pack. See He may be President. 

Writer's radio theatre, 1941; edited by Norman S. 
Weiser. © Nov. 13, 1942; A 169339; Harper & 
bros.. New York. 6204 

Yankee Doodle minstrels; programs 1, 2, Nov. 7, 
14, 1942. © 1 c. each Dec. 3, 1942; D 82669, 
82670; Wolf associates, inc.. New York. 

6205, 6206 

Yesterday, today and tomorraw; by Charles Cromber . 
© 1 c. Nov. 23, 1942; D 82755; Wilding picture 
sales Corp., Chicago. 6207 

Yiden, lozt mich Ich ken beser. See Ein tog leben. 

Young Benjamin Franklin; text by Madge Tucker, 
music by Molly Donaldson, illustrated by Mildred 
Drusin. © Oct. 27, 1942; D 76196; Musette pub- 
lishers, inc., New York. 6208 

Young man's mother. © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1942; D 
82769; Virginia Anderson & Julius Anderson, 
New York. 6209 

Zip zip hurray. [Text only] © 1 c. Dec. 9, 1942; 
D 82713; Bud Pearson & Les White, New York. 

6210 



Number of entries of dramas included in Part 1, group 3, of the catalog since Jan. 1, 1942: 

Dramatic compositions (including 3,531 unpublished) 4,112 

Dramatic compositions in foreign languages (including 48 unpublished) 63 

Dramatico-musical compositions (including 71 unpublished) 117 

Dramatlco -musical compositions in foreign languages (including 3 unpublished) 7 

Total — - - - - 4,299 



t 189 



TITLES OF DRAMAS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 



[6210 



Affected young ladies; by Moliere, tr. B. H. Clark. 
© Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, N, Y. R 
112802, Nov. 18, 1942. 1 

After the honeymoon; by Wolfgang [i. e. Farkas] 
Gyalui, tr. by B. H. Clark. © Barrett H. Clark, 
Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. R 112801, Nov. 18, 
1942. 2 

Beneficient bear; by Goldoni, tr. B. H. Clark. © 
Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. R 

112810, Nov. 18, 1942. 3 

Blossoming of Mary Anne; by M. Short, based on 
the comedy When Willie came home from Yale, 
by Bessie Wreford Nourse. © Marion Short, 
Hartford. R 112807, Nov. 18, 1942. 4 

Christmas tale; by Maurice Boucher, tr. B. H. 
Clark. © Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, 
N. Y. R 112806, Nov. 18, 1942. 5 

Cohen 'phoning to the Board of health; by Montague 
Glass. © Caroline P. Glass, Pasadena, Calif. 
R 113619, Dec. 16, 1942. 6 

Compleat angler; by J. D. Beresford & Arthur Scott 
Craven. © J. D. Beresford, Brighton, Sussex, 
England & Mrs. Louie Harvey James, Yalding, 
Kent, England. R 112895, Nov. 18, 1942. 7 

Crainquebille; by Anatole France, tr. B. H. Clark. 
© Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. R 

112811, Nov. 18, 1942. 8 

Crispin, rival of his master; by LeSage, tr. B. H. 
Clark. © Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, 
N. Y. R 112804, Nov. 18, 1942. 9 

Doctor Love; by Moliere, tr. B. H. Clark. © Bar- 
rett H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. R 112808, 
Nov. 18, 1942. 10 

Dog days. © Herbert Swears, London. R 112897, 
Nov. 18, 1942. 11 

Exodus XX: 12. © Curtis Cooksey, Ardsley, N. Y. 
R 113357, Dec. 8, 1942. 12 

Fairy (The), by Octave Feuillet, tr. B. H. Clark. 
Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. R 112805, Nov. 18, 
1942. 13 

Game (The). © Charles William Tackenberg, 
Cincinnati. R 113110, Nov. 30, 1942. 14 

Garden of illusions; by Cora Maynard [pseud, of 
E. C. Griffin] © Emily Cora Griffin, Brookfield 
Center, Conn. R 112809, Nov. 20, 1942. 15 



Glory of Clementina; by George C.Hazelton, found- 
ed on the novel of the same name, by William 
J. Locke. © Byrd C. Hazelton, Bloomfield, N. 
J. R 112813, Nov. 18, 1942. 16 



Grammar; by Labiche, tr. B. H. Clark. © Barrett 
H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. R 112803, 
Nov. 18, 1942. 17 

Grey cats. © Curtis Cooksey, Ardsley, N. Y. R 
113354, Dec. 7, 1942. 18 

Home from college. © Marion Short, Hartford & 
Pauline Phelps, Simsbury, Conn. R 112987, 
Nov. 25, 1942. 19 

How Ignatius got pneumonia; by Arthur Denvir. © 
Grace Harlem, New York. R 112964, Nov. 24, 
1942. 20 

I'm going; by Tristan Bernard, tr. by B. H. Clark. 
© Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. R 
112992, Nov. 25, 1942. 21 

Jean-Marie; by Andre Theuriet, tr. by B. H. Clark. 
© Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. R 

112988, Nov. 25, 1942. 22 

Law-suit; by Roderich Benedix, tr. by B. H. Clark. 
© Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. R 

112989, Nov. 25, 1942. 23 

Legacy; by Marivaux, tr.by B. H. Clark. © Barrett 
H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, N, Y. R 112990, Nov. 
25, 1942. 24 

Lie (The); by Henry Arthur Jones. © Jenny Doris 
Thorne, London. R 113147, Dec. 1, 1942. 25 

Master Patelin, solicitor; by Brueys, tr. by B. H. 
Clark. © Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, 
N. Y. R 112991, Nov. 25, 1942. 26 

Mountain laurel. © Curtis Cooksey, Ardsley, N. Y. 
R 113355, Dec, 8, 1942. 27 

New co-ed. © Marie Doran, Jamaica, N. Y. R 
113447, Dec. 8, 1942. 28 

Nursey; by Ethel Watts Mumford [i. e. E. W.Grant] 
© Ethel Watts Grant, Port Washington, L. I., 
N. Y. R 112986, Nov. 25, 1942. 29 

Object: Matrimony; by Montague Glass. © Caro- 
line Paterson Glass, Pasadena. R 113209, Dec. 
2, 1942. , 30 

Panurge's sheep; by Meilhac & Halevy, tr. by B. H. 
Clark. © Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, 
N. Y. R 113448, Dec. 8, 1942. 31 

Penalty (The). © Percival Wilde, Sharon, Conn. 
R 113195, Dec. 3, 1942. 32 



Peter Ibbetson; dramatized, by J. N. Raphael, from 
the story of the same name by George Du 
Maurier. © John Nathaniel Raphael, London. 
R 112898, Nov. 18, 1942. 33 



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RENEWAI^ 



no. 12, 1942 



64 



Peter Piper; by George C. Hazelton. © Byrd C. 
Hazelton, Bloomfield, N.J. R 112812, Nov. 18, 
1942. 34 

Phormio; by Terence, tr.by B.H.Clark. © Barrett 
H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, N.Y, R 113440, Dec. 
8, 1942. 35 

Pleasant journey. © Charles William Tackenberg, 
Cincinnati. R 113109, Nov. 30, 1942. 36 

Pollyanna; by C. C. Cushing, founded upon the book, 
by Eleanor H. Porter. © Catherine Chisholm 
Cushing, New York. R 113618, Dec. 16, 1942. 

37 

Post-scriptum; by Emile Augier, tr.by B.H.Clark. 
© Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, N. Y, R 

113442, Dec. 8, 1942. 38 

Priscilla; by C. C. Cushing, founded on the love 
story of John Alden and Priscilla Mullin. © 
Catherine Chisholm Cushing, New York. R 
113617, Dec. 16, 1942. 39 

Quinneys'. © Horace Annesley Vachell, Bath, 
Somerset, England. R 112896, Nov. 18, 1942. 

40 

Rebound; by L. B. Picard, tr. by B. H. Clark. © 
Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, N.Y. R 
113444, Dec. 8, 1942. 41 

Road together. © George Middleton, New York. R 
113481, Dec. 9, 1942. 42 

Romancers; by Edmond Rostand, tr.by B. H. Clark. 
© Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, N, Y. R 

113443, Dec. 8, 1942. 43 

Sheilah. © Elise West Quaife, Tompkins Cove, N. 
Y= R 133446, Dec. 8, 1942. 44 

Sicilian (The); by Moliere, tr. by B. H. Clark. © 
Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, K. Y. R 
113485, Dec. 9, 1942. 45 

Stop, look and listen; by Harry B, Smith. © Sydney 
Reed Smith, Canaan, N. Y. R 112948, Nov. 23, 
1942. 46 

Story of Corporal Bell. © Cyril Wentworth Hogg, 
London. R 113487, Dec. 9, 1942. 47 

Sybil; operetta, by Max Brody and Franz Martos, 
English version and lyrics by Harry Graham, 
music by Victor Jacobi. [Libretto only J © Vir- 
ginia Thesiger, London. R 113017, Nov. 24, 
1942. 48 



Temperamental journey; by Leo Ditrichstein. © 
Benjamin F. Roeder, New York. R 113198, Dec. 
3, 1942. 49 



— © Reina Belasco Gest, New York. 
Dec. 3. 1942. 



R 113199, 
50 



Theatre of ideas; by Henry Arthur Jones. © Jenny 
Doris Thorne, London. R 113145, Dec. 1, 1942. 

51 

Third man; by Roderich Benedix, tr.byB.H. Clark. 
© Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. R 
113445, Dec. 8, 1942. 52 

Tommy. © Ethel Hale Freeman, Newton, Mass. R 
113439, Dec. 8, 1942. 53 

Twins; by Plautus, tr. by B. H. Clark. © Barrett 
H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, N.Y. R 113441, Dec. 
8, 1942. 54 

Two cowards; by Labiche, tr. by B. H. Clark. © 
Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, N.Y. R 
113488, Dec. 9, 1942. 55 

Untrained nurse; by Montague Glass. © Caroline 
P. Glass, Pasadena, Calif. R 113616, Dec. 16, 
1942. 56 

Unwelcome guest. © Owen Davis, New York. R 

113482, Dec. 9, 1942. 57 

Village; by Octave Feuillet, tr. by B. H. Clark. © 
Barrett H. Clark, Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. R 
113486, Dec. 9, 1942. 58 

When shadows fall. © Owen Davis, New York. R 

113483, Dec. 9, 1942. 59 

Winning an heiress. © F, Ursula Payne, Brooklyn. 
R 113484, Dec. 9, 1942. 60 

Woman. © Rose Morris Bernfeld, New York. R 
113194, Dec. 3, 1942. 61 

Years of discretion; by Frederic Hatton & Fanny 
Locke Hatton. © Benjamin F. Roeder, New York. 
R 112799, Nov. 18, 1942. 62 

Same. © Reina Belasco Gest, New York. R 

112800, Nov. 18, 1942. 63 



Yellow water. © Curtis Cooksey, Ardsley, N. Y. 
R 113356, Dec. 8, 1942. 64 



191 



CLASSES L AND M 
MOTION PICTURES 



Alphabet song. © Oct. 5, 1942; M 13080; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6211 

Are you havin' any fun. © Dec. 7, 1942; M 13125; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 6212 

Artist model. © Oct. 19, 1942; M 13085; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6213 

Bandit ranger. © Sept. 25, 1942; L 11729; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 6214 

Banjo mania. © Oct. 5, 1942; M 13077; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6215 

Better not roll those eyes. © Nov. 9, 1942; M 
13099; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 6216 

Blushing bride. © Nov. 9, 1942; M 13102; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6217 

Boogie woogie Sioux. © Nov. 26, 1942; M 13138; 
Universal pictures co., inc. & Walter Lantz 
productions. New York. 6218 

Bublichki. © Oct. 12, 1942; M 13050, Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6219 

Bulldog and the baby. © July 24, 1942; L 11699; 
Screen gems, inc., Los Angeles. 6220 

Caravan. © Oct. 12, 1942; M 13055; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6221 

Centering small stock. © Sept. 25, 1942; M 13072; 
Calvin co., Kansas City, Mo. 6222 

Chasin' the blues. © Oct. 23, 1942; L 11742; Uni- 
versal pictures co., inc., New York. 6223 

Cinderella goes to a party. © May 22, 1942; L 11705; 
Screen gems, inc., Los Angeles. 6224 

Close shave. © Nov. 30, 1942; M 13123; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6225 

Colonel Corn. © Oct. 19, 1942; M 13086; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6226 

Community sing; series 6, no. 9. © Apr. 30, 1942; 
M 13068; Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, 
Calif. 6227 



Cow-cow boogie. © Oct. 26, 1942; M 13089; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 6228 

Dangerous Nan McGrew. © Nov. 2, 1942; M 13093; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 6229 

Dead men of the deep. See Secret code. 

Dear I Deer. © Oct. 23, 1942; L 11722; RKO-radio 
pictures, inc.. New York. 6230 

Dr. Gillespie's new assistant; based upon the 
characters created by Max Brand. © Nov. 13, 
1942; L 11698; Loew's, inc.. New York. 6231 

Ears of the enemy. See Secret code. 

Etiquette blues. © Oct. 12, 1942; M 13051; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6232 

Fighting frontier. © Dec. 6, 1942; L 11736; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc.. New York. 6233 

Five foot two. © Nov. 30, 1942; M 13118; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chics^o. 

6234 

For sale. © Oct. 19, 1942; M 13081; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6235 

From the Indies to the Andes, in his undies. © Oct. 
26, 1942; M 13087; Soundies distributing corp. 
of America, inc., Chicago. 6236 

Fuehrer's (Der) face. © Dec. 7, 1942; M 13124; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 6237 



Fundamentals of end cutting tools. © Sept. 25, 1942; 
M 13070; Calvin co., Kansas City, Mo. 6238 

Fundamentals of filing. © Sept. 25, 1942; M 13073; 
Calvin co., Kansas City, Mo. 6239 

Fundamentals of side cutting tools. © Sept. 25, 
1942; M 13069; Calvin co., Kansas City, Mo. 

6240 

Funny bunny business. © Feb. 6, 1942; M 13066; 
Terrytoons, inc.. New Rochelle, N. Y. 6241 



Glimpses of Ontario. © Nov. 2, 1942; M 13074; 
Loew's, inc.. New York. 6242 

Gobs of love. © Nov. 2, 1942; M 13095; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6243 



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no. 12, 1942 



6286 



Goofy newsreel. ^ Oct. 26, 1942; M 13090; Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6244 

Hands of women. © Dec. 11, 1942; M 13143; Para- 
mount pictures, inc.. New York. 6245 

Heart of the golden west. © Dec. 11, 1942; L 11734; 
Republic pictures corp. , New York. 6246 

Henry Aldrich, editor. ©Sept. 29, 1942; L 11719; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 6247 

Here we go again. © Oct. 9, 1942; L 11726; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 6248 

Highways by night; from the story, Silver spoon, by 
Clarence Budington Kelland. © Oct. 2, 1942; 
L 11728; RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 

6249 

Hillbilly holiday. © Nov. 9, 1942; M 13104; Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc. . Chicago. 

6250 

Hillbilly hoosegow. © Nov. 30, 1942; M 13120; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago, 6251 

Hit tune jamboree. © Dec, 14, 1942; L 11743; 
Universal pictures co., inc., New York. 6252 

Ho hum. © Nov. 23, 1942; M 13114; Soundies dis- 
tributing corp, of America, inc., Chicago. 

6253 

Horse hairs. © Nov. 23, 1942; M 13113; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6254 

How the ear functions. © Mar. 20, 1941; M 13064; 
Kurt Karl Bosse, New York. 6255 

How the eye functions. © July 20, 1941; M 13065; 
Kurt Karl Bosse, New York. 6256 

How to fish. © Apr. 8, 1942; L 11721; Walt Disney 
productions, Burbank, Calif. 6257 

I love radio commercials. © Oct. 12, 1942; M 
13053; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 6258 

I ought to dance. © Dec. 7, 1942; M 13129; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6259 

1 wanna' go back to West Virginia. © Nov. 23, 1942; 
M 13116; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 6260 

If I didn't care. © Oct. 5, 1942; M 13079; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6261 

If you build a better mousetrap. © Oct. 19, 1942; M 
13083; Soundies aistributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 6262 

I'll write right home to you. © Oct. 5, 1942; M 
13076; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 6263 



I'm the sound effects man. © Oct. 19, 1942; M 
13082; Soundies distributing corp. of America^ 
inc., Chicago. 6264 

Indiana hay ride. © Nov. 9, 1942; M 13101; Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6265 

I've got to get hot. © Nov. 2, 1942; M 13098; Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6266 

Jive comes the jungle. © Nov. 16, 1942; M 13109; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 6267 

Junior army. © Nov. 26, 1942; L 11711; Columbia 
pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 6268 

Just as tho you were here. © Oct. 26, 1942; M 
13088; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 6269 

Keep 'em sailing. © Nov. 24, 1942; L 11714; 
Loew's, inc.. New York. 6270 

King of the Moimties; based on Zane Grey's, King 
of the Royal mounted. © Oct. 17, 1942; L 11731; 
Republic pictures corp., New York. 6271 



King of the Royal mounted, 
ies. 



King of the mount - 



Laying out small castings. © Sept. 25, 1942; M 
13071; Calvin co., Kansas City, Mo. 6272 

Listen, boys--; © Nov. 3, 1942; L 11697; Loew's, 
inc. , New York. 6273 

Mabel at the beauty target. © Nov. 23, 1942; M 
13117; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 6274 

Madero of Mexico. © Dec. 1, 1942; L 11738; 
Loew's, inc.. New York. 6275 

Magic carpet. © Nov. 2, 1942; M 13096; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6276 

MaU trouble. © Sept. 4,. 1942; L 11725; RKO-radio 
pictures, inc.. New York. ' 6277 

Mailman blues. © Nov. 16, 1942; M 13108; Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6278 

Mrs. Wiggs of the cabbage patch; based on the 
novel by Alice Hegan Rice & the play by Anne 
Crawford Flexner. © Oct. 1, 1942; L 11716; 
Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 6279 

Moonlight becomes you. © Nov. 23, 1942; M 13112; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America,' inc., 
Chicago. 6280 

Movietone news; v, 25, nos. 15-19. © Oct. 27, 29, 
Nov. 3, 5, 10, 1942. M 13133-13137; Movie- 
tonews, inc.. New York. 6281-6285 

Navy comes through; based on the story. Pay to 
learn, by Borden Chase. © Oct. 6, 1942; L 
11717; RKO-radio pictures, inc., New York. 

6286 



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6287 



pt. 1. n. s.. V. 39 



News of the day; v. 14, nos. 216-220. © Nov. 6, 
11, 13, 18, 20, 1942; M 13062, 13063, 13110, 
13111, 13132; Hearst metrotone news, inc.. 
New York. 6287-6291 

Night to remember. © Nov. 25, 1942; L 11745; 
Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, Calif. 

6292 

Old Blackout Joe. © Aug. 27, 1942; L 11704; Screen 
gems, inc., Los Alleles. 6293 



Old Chisholm Trail. © 
Universal pictures co.. 



Oct. 12, 1942; L 11740; 
inc.. New York. 6294 



Once upon a honeymoon. © Nov. 4, 1942; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc.. New York. 



L 11735; 
6295 



One dangerous night; based on a work by Louis 
Joseph Vance. © Dec. 16, 1942; L 11746; Colum- 
bia pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 6296 

Outskirts of the town. © Oct. 19, 1942; M 13084; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 6297 

Paper doll. © Dec, 7, 1942; M 13128; Soundies dis- 
tributii^ Corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 6298 

Pawn of the spy ring. See Secret code. 

Pay to learn. See. Navy comes through. 

Peckin'. © Nov. 9, 1942; M 13100; Soundies dis- 
tributing Corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 6299 

Pirates of the prairie. © Oct. 24, 1942; L 11723; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc.. New York. 6300 

Pittsburgh. © Dec. 8, 1942; L 11720; Universal 
pictures co., inc.. New York. 6301 

Popular science; J 2-2. © Nov. 27, 1942; M 13067; 
Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. 6302 

Ray Fabing's versatile ingenues. © Dec. 7, 1942; 
M 13127; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 6303 

Red River Robin Hood. © Nov. 6, 1942; L 11727; 
RKO-radio pictures, inc.. New York. 6304 

Reunion; based on the original story by Ladislas 
Bus-Fekete. © Dec. 1, 1942; L 11739; Loew's, 
inc. , New York. 6305 

Rhythm parade. © Nov. 13, 1942; L 11713; Mono- 
gram pictures Corp., Hollywood, Calif. 6306 

Road to Morocco. © Oct. 1, 1942; L 11703; Para- 
mount pictures, inc. , New York. 6307 

Rockin' chair. © Nov. 2, 1942; M 13094; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6308 

Sagebrush law. © Dec, 13, 1942; L 11737; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc.. New York. 6309 

San Salvador. © Nov. 30, 1942; M 13119; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6310 



Scourge of the Orient. Sge Secret code. 



Scrap the Japs. © Nov. 20, 1942; L 
mount pictures, inc.. New York. 



11702; Para- 
6311 



Screen snapshots; series 21, no. 7. © Mar. 6, 1942; 
M 13131; Columbia pictures corp., Hollywood, 
Calif. 6312 

Secret code. © Columbia pictures corp., Holly- 
wood, Calif. 6313-6317 
Chap. no. 11, Ears of the enemy. © Nov. 14, 

1942; L 11707. 
Chap. no. 12, Scourge of the Orient. © Nov. 21, 

1942; L 11708. 
Chap no. 13, Pawn of the spy ring. © Nov. 28, 

1942; L 11709. 
Chap, no, 14, Dead men of the deep. © Dec, 5, 

1942; L 11710. 
Chap. 15, The secret code smashed. © Dec. 12, 

1942; L 11744. 



Secret code smashed. 



Secret code. 



Seven days' leave. © Nov. 13, 1942; L 11724; RKO- 
radio pictures, inc., New York. 6318 

Silver spoon. See Highways by night. 

Siss boom Barbara Brown. © Oct. 5, 1942; M 
13078; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 6319 

South wind. © Oct. 12, 1942; M 13054; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6320 

Sow song. © Nov. 16, 1942; M 13092; Soundies dis- 
tributing Corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6321 

Spirit of West Point. © Dec. 5, 1942; L 11715; 
Warner bros. pictures, inc.. New York. 6322 

Sports a la mode. © Oct. 5, 1942; M 13075; Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6323 
Strip polka. © Oct. 26, 1942; M 13091; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6324 

Sugar Hill masquerade. © Nov. 23, 1942; M 13115; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 6325 

Superman in the eleventh hour. © Nov. 20, 1942; 
L 11701; Paramount pictures, inc., New York. 

6326 
Sweet onion time. © Nov. 30, 1942; M 13121; Sound- 
ies distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6327 

Swing it, Mr. Schubert. © Nov. 16, 1942; M 13105; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 6328 

Tenement symphony. © Oct. 12, 1942; M 13052; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 6329 



Termite's love song. © Nov. 
Soundies distributing corp. 
Chicago. 



16, 1942; M 13106; 

of America, inc., 

6330 



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no. 12, 1942 



CLASSES LAND M 



6355 



Texas strip. © Nov. 16, 1942; M 13107; Soundies 
distributing corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 

6331 

That night in Manhattan. © Nov. 9, 1942; M 13103; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 6332 

There'll always be an Ireland and the Blarney stone. 
© Nov, 30, 1942; M 13122; Soundies distributing 
Corp. of America, inc., Chicago. 6333 

This above all. © July 24, 1942; L 11718; Twentieth 
century-Fox film corp.. New York. 6334 

Three-in-one revue. © Nov. 2, 1942; M 13097; 
Soundies distributing corp. of America, inc., 
Chicago. 6335 

Underground agent. © Dec. 3, 1942; L 11712; 
Columbia pictures corp. Hollywood, Calif. 6336 

Unexpected riches. © Dec. 8, 1942; L 11730; Loew's, 
inc., New York. 6337 

Universal newsreel; v. 15, nos. 125-134. © Oct. 6, 
8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 27, 29, Nov. 3, 5, 1942; M 
13056-13061, 13139-13142; Universal pictures 
CO., inc., New York. 6338-6347 



Unusual occupations; L 2-2. © Dec. 4, 1942; M 
13130; Paramount pictures, inc.. New York. 

6348 

Valley of Hunted Men; based on an original idea by 
Charles Tedford, & characters created by Wil- 
liam Colt MacDonald. © Nov. 13, 1942; L 11733; 
Republic pictures corp., New York. 6349 

When Johnny comes marching home. © Nov. 24, 
1942; L 11696; Universal pictures co., inc., New 
York. 6350 

Where the mountains meet the sky. © Dec. 7, 1942; 
M 13126; Soundies distributing corp. of America, 
inc., Chicago. 6351 



Who done It? © Oct. 26, 1942; L 11741; 
pictures co., inc., New York. 



Universal 
6352 



Wild honey. © Nov. 12, 1942; L 11700; Loew's,inc., 
New York. 6353 

Woodman spare that tree. © July 2, 1942; L 11706; 
Screen gems, inc., Los Angeles-. 6354 

X marks the spot; based on a story by Mauri Grashin 
& Robert T. Shannon. © Nov. 4, 1942; L 11732; 
Republic pictures corp.. New York. 6355 



Number of entries in classes L and M included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1942: 

Motion picture photoplays 838 

Motion pictures other than photoplays 1218 

Total - 2056 



195 



TITLES OF MOTION PICTURES OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[6355 



Paramount travel pictures. South American series 
nos. 9, 10. © Paramount pictures, inc., New 
York. R 112961, 112962, Nov. 24, 1942. 1, 2 



Truckee, Calif., stages the first sweep stake dog 
race outside of Alaska. © Paramount pictures, 
inc.. New York. R 112963. Nov. 24. 1942. 3 



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COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

of 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

Published by Authorily of the Acts 
of Congress of March 3, 1891, 
of June 30, 1906, and of 
March 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 3 

DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION PICTURES 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 15 

VOLUME INDEX 

FOR THE YEAR 1942 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 1, Group 3, issued monthly, contains 
titles of Dramatic compositions and Motion pictures. Group 3 contains, in two separate alphabets, the titles 
of the entries made in Class "D," Dramatic compositions and Dramatico-musical compositions, arranged 
alphabetically by title; Class "h," Motion-picture photoplays, and Class ''M," Motion pictures other than 
photoplays, arranged alphabetically by title. 

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations used 
in this part are as follows: "D, Class D, Dramatic compositions; "l," Class L, Motion-picture photoplays; 
and "M," Class M, Motion pictures other than photoplays. "©" implies copyright registration of a pub- 
lished work followed by date of publication; ''© 1 c." stands for copyright of an unpublished work, followed 
by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy. 

A list of dramatic compositions of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed under section 23 of 
the act of March 4, 1909, will be found at the end of each monthly issue immediately following the drama 
list, and a list of motion pictures of which the subsisting copyright has been renewed, will be foimd immedi- 
ately following the motion picture list. 

The annual index contains the titles of dramatic compositions, and the titles of all motion pictures. 
The act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
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The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received only for the calendar year) 
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of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
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The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
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This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
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INDEX TO PART 1, GROUP 3, DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS AND MOTION PICTURES 

Volume 15, nos. 1-12, 1942 

This index contains in one alphabet the titles of all dramas and motion pictures. 

The letters (D.) and (M. P.) in parentheses, following the titles, stand for Drama and Motion Picture. 

The figures refer to the citation numbers following the title in the CATALOG. 



A. Grouch incorporated. (D.) 4941, 

Abacadabra. (D.) 2174. 

At>duction from the seraglio (Belmont and Con- 
stanza). (D.) 618. 

About face. (M, P.) 2528. 

Above the storm. (D.) 2736, 

Abraham & salvation, (D.) 2737. 

Absent minded professor, (D.) 1672, 

Accident means murder, (D.) 5058, 

Account closed, (D,) 98, 

Ace in the hole, (M, P.) 3472. 

Ace of crooks, (D.) 4741. 

Ache in every stake. (M. P.) 2021. 

Acro-batty. (M. P.) 2529. 

Across the border, (D,J 4009 (1), 4850 (1) 

Across the Pacific. (M. P.) 4851. 

Adam Bede. (D.) 1107, 

Adamant Eve, (D.) 2738, 

Adelina Patti, (D.) 1108, 

Adios Americano, (M. P.) 4852. 

Adios senor, (M. P,) 4010, 

Adolescence, (D.) 3654, 

Adolph & Mrs. Runyon, (D.) 1109, 

Adventure on the Yellow Dog. (D.) 171. 

Adventures of Blinky, the star -dust boy. (D.) 1. 

Adventures of Martin Eden. (M. P.) 921. 

Adventures of Professor Cosmo Jones, (D.) 2739, 

Adventures of Smilin' Jack. (M. P.) 4464-4466, 4853- 
4862. 

Advertisement, (D,) 4850 (2) 

Advice to the lovelorn, (D,) 4942. 

Affairs of Martha, (M. P.) 4467. 

Affairs of Tom, Dick &, Harry. (D.) 1673. 

Affected young ladies. (D.) 6210 (1) 

Afire afloat, (M. P.) 981, 

After fish party, (D.) 2320, 

After the honeymoon. {D.) 6210 (2) 

After this war is over, (D.) 2740. 

Aftermath. (D.) 5570. 

Afterward, the tide, (D.) 619. 

Again & again. (D.) 4183. 

Against the storm, (D,) 2,620, 1110,1674,2175, 
2741, 3655, 4184, 4943, 4944, 5571, 5962, 

Agreement for alimony, (D.) 1675, 

Agrippinal. (D.) 1676. 

Ah, that spring. (D.) 5963. 

A-hunting we will go. (D,) 5015, 

Ain't misbehavin', (M. P,) 366, 

Air base. (D.) 4630, 

Air cargo, (D,) 5239, 5240. 

Air power, (D.) 4388, 

Air raid, (D,) 621. 

Air raid warden. (D.) 2176, 

Air stewardess, (D.) 622. 

Aircraft welding, (M. P,) 922. 

Airplane inverted, (D.) 2240. 

Alabamy bound. (M. P.) 367. 

Alaska tour. (M, P.) 1486. 

Aldrich family. (D.) 4631. 

AlexShenko. (D.) 1111. 



Ali Baba & the forty thieves, (D,) 5572, 

Alias Boston Blackies, (M. P,) 1487, 

Alias the Axis, (D,) 3308, 

Alibi, (D.) 4985, 5982, 

Alibi house, (D.) 1677. 

Alibis. (D.) 3376. 

Alice in Monsterland, (D,) 623, 

Aliens, (D.) 1913, 

Aliens on the move, (D.) 1882. 

All about dogs. (M. P.) 3473, 

All-American. (D.) 3. 

All -American ape. (D.) 4185. 

All-American boy. (D.) 3656. 

All American quiz show. (D.) 4945, 

All American wolf, (D,) 2264. 

All clear. (D,) 1678, 

All God's chillun' got shoes. (D.) 3706. 

All his geese are swans. (D.) 4, 

All I need is you, (M, P.) 5350, 

All of us are phoney, (D.) 2177, 

All on a summer's day, (D.) 5. 

All out for Uncle Sam, (D.) 1112. 

All out for V, (M. P.) 4468, 

All over town, (D,) 3471 (1) 

All the comforts of home. (D.) 2178. 

All the swans. (D.) 624. 

All this & heaven too. (D.) 3846, 

All through the night. (M. P.) 368, 

All together. (D,) 3657. 

All work & no pay, (M. P.) 4863. 

Allardice case, (D.) 5652, 

Allen, incorporated. (D.) 1679, 

Alleyn's a la carte drama Mortgage money. (D.) 

4946. 
Allied offensive, (D.) 5242, 5783. 
Allied outposts. (D.) 5573. 
All's fair in war, (D.) 1782, 
Almost a confession. (M. P.) 567, 
Almost married, (M. P.) 1488, 
Aloha hooey. (M. P,) 1489, 
Aloma of the South Seas, (M, P.) 369, 
Alona on the Sarong Seas. (M. P.) 4864. 
Along came Ruth, (D,) 1485 (1) 
Along the Oregon Trail. (D.) 1845. 
Alphabet song. (M. P.) 6211. 
Altar of death. (D.) 1401, 
Alternating current flat & horizontal positions, 

(M. P,) 5394. 
Aluminum, (M, P.) 370, 
Always a song. (D.) 3658. 
Always in my heart, (M, P.) 1490. 
Always on the bench, (M. P.) 371, 
Amanda, (D,) 1113, 4947, 
Amant de Madame Vidal. (D.) 4291, 
Ambitious recruit, (D,) 6, 
Ambush at Bright Rainbow. (D,) 3337. 
Ambush on the desert, (D,) 162, 
Ambushed ambulance. (M. P.) 4482, 
Amendment of neutrality law. (D.) 249. 
America chose him. (D.) 2742, 



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pt. 1," n. s., V. 15 


America, I love you. (M. P.) 2022. 


Appalachian Trail. (D.) 3216. 


America in action. (D.) 625. 


Appointment for love. (D.) 3855. 


America is Americans. (D.) 626, 5333. 


Appointment with disaster. (D.) 3309. 


America leads the way, (D.) 1114. 


April fool. (D.) 1743, 


America preferred. (D.) 1115. 


Aqua antics. (M. P.) 2531. 


America the beautiful. (D.) 1680. 


Aqua waltz. (M, P.) 5352, 


America, the country that faith built. (D.) 1116. 


Arabian nights, (D.) 5572. 


America, to you. (D.) 2179. 


Are husbands necessary, (M. P.) 4469. 


Amer. cavalcade. (D.) 2180. 


Are you a missing heir. (D.) 4187. 


Amer. devil dogs. (D.) 4948. 


Are you a sport. (D.) 4952. 


Amer. eagle. ^.) 1117. 


Are you happy, amen. (M. P.) 5353. 


Amer. foundation. (D.) 1118. 


Are you havin' any fun. (M. P.) 6212. 


Amer. incident. (D.) 1681. 


Are you helpii^ to lose the war. (D,) 4188. 


Amer. is born. (D.) 627. 


Are you kiddin'. (D.) 4189. 


Amer. passport. (D.) 1682. 


Are you listening, Adolf, (D.) 5965. 


Amer. plan. (D.) 628, 5574. 


Are you psychic. (D.) 1124. 


Amer. saint of democracy. (D.) 5575. 


Are you ready for an air raid. (D.) 3217. 


Amer. schl. of the air. (D.) 7-10. 


Aren't we devils. (D.) 3660. 


Amer. star. (D.) 1119. 


Argonauts. (D.) 1237. 


Amer. story. (D.) 1683. 


Arise my love. (D.) 3870. 


Americana. (D.) 2181. 


Arizona roundup. (M. P.) 2532, 


Among ourselves. (D.) 2743. 


Arizona terrors. (M. P.) 1493. 


Among the living. (M. P.; 372. 


Armageddon. (D.) 3218. 


Among the poor. (D.) 4850 (3) 


Arms & the girl. (D.) 56. 


Amore (L') dei tre re. (D.) 365 (1) 


Army mascot. (M. P.) 2533. 


Amos & Andy. (D.) 2744-3211,3659. 


Army - navy game. (D,)2185. 


And baby makes two. (D.) 4632. 


Army red. (D.) 1685. 


And came the spring. (D.) 5576. 


Army surgeon. (M. P.) 5867. 


And so they were married. (D.) 5349 (1) 


Army that doesn't wear a uniform. (D.) 3219. 


And the angels sing. (D.) 4949. 


Around again, Willie, (D.) 1125. 


And the dragon fought. (D.) 11. 


Around & around she goes. (M. P.) 5868. 


And then. (D.) 4633. 


Around the dawn. (D.) 5966. 


And they lived happily, ever. (D.) 1120. 


Around the world with Amer. promonade [?] (D.) 


And this be our motto. (D.) 1744. 


4953. 


And this is my daughter, ifi.) 4634. 


Arrival of Kitty. (D.) 1485 (2) 


Andrew Prescott. (D.) 3212. 


Arsenal of might. (M. P.) 5869. 


Andy Panda's victory garden. (M. P.) 5351. 


Arsenic & old lace. (D.) 4954. 


Angel in the house. (D.) 4850 (4) 


Art of being bored. (D.) 365(2) 


Angel of mercy. (D.) 4188. 


Arthur Murray tai^ht me dancing. (D.) 1686. 


Angel street. (D.) 4950. 


Arthur Murray taught me dancing in a hurry. (M.l 


Angelica. (D.) 88, 3213. 


4012. 


Angeline. (M. P.) 2530.. 


Artist comes to town. (D.) 5027. 


Angels in Hades. (D.) 3214. 


Artist model. (M. P.) 6213. 


Angels in the making. (D.) 4635. 


As I remember. (D.) 4190. 


Angels in the sky. (D.) 1121. 


As Mabel goes so go^s the navy. (M. P.) 2024. 


Angels of mercy. (D.) 3215. 


As the curtain falls. (D.) 920 (1) 


Angels of mercy. (M. P.) 1491. 


As you like it. (D.) 1324, 2187. 


Ankles aweigh. (D.) 4951. 


Ascend as the sun. (D.) 2186. 


Ann Barbinel's-lucky penny club. (D.) 12, 13. 


Ask for the moon. (D.) 4636. 


Anna Karenina. (M. P.) 2735(1) 


Ask Julia. (D.) 4191. 


Anna Mouron. (D.) 664. 


Ask my friend Randy, (D,) 4637. 


Annabel takes a tour. (D,) 14. 


Assembly plays for special days, (p.) 630. 


Anniversary waltz. (M. P.) 1492. 


Asset to music. (D.) 17. 


Announcing Antonia. (D.) 629. 


Aster calamity. (D.) 4955. 


Another perfect crime. (D.) 2182. 


At a little country tavern, (M. P,) 374. 


Another to conquer. (M. P.) 373. 


At a little hot dog stand. (M. P.) 375. 


Answer me Honor Bright. (D.) 2183. 


At ease. (D.) 4192. 


Ant & the grasshopper. (D.) 15. 


At home with Shorty. (D.) 1126. 


Antarctic outpost. (M. P.) 3474. 


At the club Savoy. (M. P.) 4470. 


Anti-flak attack. (M. P.) 3475. 


At the Mermaid tavern. (D.) 2187. 


AnUcs of Ann 0.) 1122. 


At the Villa Marguerite. (D.) 3220. 


Antidote for poison. (D.) 710. 


At this.time of night, (D.) 5967. 


Antiques. (D.) 6018. 


Atabalipa. (D.) 2188, 3661. 


Antiquing on the sly. (D.) 1684. 


Atahualpa. (D.) 2188, 3661. 


Antisphene. (D.> 16. 


Athaliah, (D,) 1127. 


Anton Antonovich. (D.) 5577, 


Atlantic convoy. (M. P.) 3476. 


Any bonds today. (M. P.) 923, 2023. 


Attack, (D.) 4956, 4957, 


Any day now. CD.) 5964. 


Attacked by bombers, (M. P.) 4466, 


Anything can happen, (D,) 1123, 2184. 


Auctioneer. (D.) 1485 (3), 3471 (2, 3) 


Apache Trail. (M. P.) 4011. 


Audrey Hyslop wrote these. (D.) 4193. 


Apache trap. (D.) 5165. 


Aunt Betsy on the radio, (D.) 4638. 


Apartment 2400. (D.) 5578. 


Aunt Celie. (D.) 920 (2) 


Apology. (D.) 5579, 


Aunt Emily's miracle, (D.) 4194, 



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nos. 1-12, 1942 



Aunt Emma paints the town, (M. P.) 2697. 


Battle song. (D.) 5969. 


Aunt Jenny's real life stories. (D.) 3662-3666. 


Battleship Bismarck. (D.) 2193. 


Aunt Lulu from Honolulu. (D.) 4958. 


Bayou legend. (D.) 23. 


Aunt Tillie goes to sea. (D.) 631. 


Bayou moon. (D.) 4199. 


Aurora borealis. (D.) 178. 


Be happy. (D.) 4644. 


Autobiography of a tract. (M. P.) 4013. 


Beach party. (D.) 5970. 


Automobile. (M. P.) 4471. 


Bear & the beavers. (M. P.) 2537. 


Automobile show 1942. (D.) 1914. 


Bearcat Mountain gal. (M. P.) 1494. 


Autumn furlough. (D.) 5968. 


Beat the rackets. (D.) 3669. 


Avenger. (D.) 6091. 


Beau of Bath. (D.) 5866(1) 


Awake with me. (D.) 4195. 


Beautiful hums. (D.) 24. 


Az ro^vete nase lipa. (D.) 18. 


Beautiful lieutenant. (D.) 635. 


Babalu. (M. P.) 4472. 


Beautiful Ohio in its making. (M. P.) 3477. 


Babes in the wood. (D.) 365 (3) 


Beautiful Ontario. (M. P.) 926. 


Babes on Broadway. (M. P.) 2534. 


Beautiful people. (D.) 2194. 


Baby. (D.) 5296. 


Beauty at the door. (D.) 791. 


Baby Face Morgan. (M. P.) 4865, 5870. 


Beauty for keeps. (D.) 3223. 


Baby gets a new pair of shoes. (D.) 3667. 


Beauty for rent. (D.) 636. 


Baby wants a botUeship. (M. P.) 4014. 


Bed named Murphy. (D.) 4200. 


Babylone. (D.) 1485 (4) 


Bed scene is out. (D.) 3670. 


Bachelor born. (D.) 632. 


Bedtime romp. (D.) 5586. 


Bachelor playwright. (D.) 1128. 


BedUme story. (D.) 3872. 


Bacio di una morta. (D.) 4232. 


Bedtime story. (M. P.) 376. 


Back cover. (D.) 4196. 


Before excellence. (D.) 4201. 


Back in the saddle again. (M. P.) 5354. 


Before the dr. comes. (M. P.) 927. 


Back of the ballot. (D.) 4850(5) 


Before the ten commandments. (D.) 637. 


Back of the neck, (p.) 4197. 


Behind the eight ball. (D.) 2195,4821. 


Back of the yards. (D.) 920 (3) 


Behind the eight ball. (M. P.) 5357. 


Back the boys up. (D.) 4639. 


Behind the painting. (D.) 5587. 


Back to Broadway. (D.) 633. 


Believe it or not. (D.) 25, 638-640, 1133. 


Back to God. (D.) 1129. 


Bell maker of Nola. (D.) 1134. 


Backyard explorations. (M. P.) 4473. 


Bells of Capistranow (M. P.) 5358. 


Bad men. (D.) 4640. 


Bells of San Raquel. (M. P.) 1495. 


Badge of courage. (D.) 6099. 


Bells toll death. (D.) 6164. 


Badlands for badmen. (D.) 3339. 


Bellum Punicum secundum. (M. P.) 928. 


Baggy bloomers. (D.) 19. 


Beloved bachelor. (D.) 2196. 


Bahama passage. (M. P.) 924. 


Beloved groom. (D.) 4645. 


Balete grew in Bataan. 0.) 2189. 


Beloved Son. (D.) 1135, 1688, 1689. 


Balinesia. (M. P.) 5355. 


Below the Border. (M. P.) 2025. 


Ball of fire. (D.) 3869. 


Benedict Arnold. (D.) 2197. 


Ball of fire. (M. P.) 925. 


Beneficent bear. (D.) 6210 (3) 


Ballerina. (D.) 4198. 


Benjamin Blake. (M. P.) 3606. 


Ballerina. (M. P.) 482. 


Bergen - Jeanette MacDonald. (D.) 1690. 


Bamboo blonde. (D.) 1130. 


Berlin correspondent. (M. P.) 5871. 


Band played on. (M. P.) 3618. 


Bertie Flumkin wins the war. (D.) 3224. 


Bandit ranger. (M. P.) 6214. 


Best defense. (M. P.) 929. 


Bandits for breakfast. (D.) 5580. 


Best, inc. (D.) 1136. 


Bang I got one. (D.) 4641. 


Best one-act plays of 1941. (D.) 1137. 


Banjo mania. (M. P.) 6215. 


Best plays of 1941-42. (D.) 5588. 


Barbara Allen. (D.J 3221. 


Best things in life are free. (M. P.) 1496. 


Barbee-cues. (M. P.) 4015. 


Betrayal. (D.) 2198, 2199. 


Barber of Seville. (D.) 3668. 


Betrayed by law. (M. P.) 4572. 


Barber of Seville in American. (D.) 4959. 


Better bowling. (M. P.) 930. 


Barclay brothers downfall. (D.) 3836. 


Better — longer. (M. P.) 3478. 


Bareteria.(D.) 4960. 


Better not roll those eyes. (M. P.) 6216. 


Bargain with Cisco Kid. (D.) 5581. 


Better soldier. (D.) 1691. 


Barnabetta. (D.) 4009 (2) 


Better than ever, ifi.) 1692. 


Barney Google & Snuffy Smith. (M. P.) 4916. 


Better to have loved. (D.) 26. 


Barnum. (D.) 1131. 


Better yet Christmas book. (D.) 4964. 


Baron. (D.) 4961, 4962, 5582-5585. 


Betty. (D.) 2527(1) 


Barry, Michelle, & Karen, p.) 4642. 


Between sunset & dawn. (D.) 365 (4) 


Bartons. (D.) 20, 634, 1132, 1687, 2190, 3222. 


Between us girls. (M. P.) 4866. 


Bashful bachelor. (M. P.) 2535. 


Betwixt life & death. (D.) 3671. 


Basin street boogie. (M. P.) 2536. 


Beverly's balance. (D.) 5349 (2) 


Basket meeting. (D.) 3263. 


Beware, the vigilantes. (M. P.) 4125. 


Bastien & Bastienna. (D.) 21. 


Beyond the blue horizon. (M. P.) 4475. 


Bat. (D.) 22, 2191, 2192, 4643. 


Beyond the darkness. (D.) 3672. 


Bats in the belfry. (M. P.) 4474. 


Beyond the line. (D.) 641. 


Battle against inflation. (D.) 4390. 


Beyond the line of duty. (M. P.) 5872. 


Battle for a bottle. (M. P.) 5356. 


Beyond the Rockies. (D.) 2200. 


Battle in evening dress. (D.) 4963. 


B'fiel. (D.) 5589. 


BatUe of the Pacific, Fletcher Pratt ii Albert War- 


Big bad wool: (D.) 1138. 


ner. (D.) 4386. 


Big drum. (D.) 5349(3) 



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Big help. (D.) 1693. 

Big ones are biting. (D.) 5971. 

Big or Uttle girl. (D.) 5590. 

Big Rock Candy Mountains. (M. P.) 4016. 

Big shot. (M. P.) 3479. 

Big street. (M. P.) 4476. 

Bigfoot. (D.) 2234. 

Biggest aspidastra in the world. (M. P.) 4477. 

Bill grows up. (D.) 6055. 

Bill of goods. (D.) 1139. 

BillRyerson. (D.) 1140. 

Billings & the bird. (D.) 3225. 

Bills for victory. (D.) 4275. 

Billy the Kid trapped. (M. P.) 93 lo 

Billy the Kid's smoking guns. (M» P.) 3480. 

Bily jsme a bubem. (D.) 642. 

Bird came C. O. D. (M. P.) 377. 

Birds' Christmas carol. (D.) 5349 (4) 

Birds of a feather, (D.) 5724. 

Birds without wings. (D.) 4965, 

Birth of a nation. (M. P.) 4182 (1) 

BirUi of the blues. (M. P.) 378. 

Birth of the song, Silent night. (D.) 6591. 

Birthday cake. (D.) 5972. 

Birthday greetings, (D,) 1141. 

Birthday of the infanta. (D.) 5866 (4) 

Birthday party. (D.) 4214. 

Bishop's fantasia. (D.) 4202. 

Bit of 'arping. (D.) 643. 

Bitter satire called life. (D.) 1142. 

Bitteres brot. (D.) 1143. 

Black Beauty. (D.) 4966. 

Black Dragon strikes. (M. P.) 3532. 

Black dragons. (M. P.) 3481, 

Black hawk. (D,) 2201, 

Black madonna. (D.) 4967. 

Black magic, (D.) 5030. 

Black narcissus. (D.) 4646. 

Black on a blonde. (D.) 27. 

Black out. (D.) 1694. 

Black pearl. (D.) 5349 (5) 

Black=throated green warbler, magnolia warbler, 

the redstart & the yellow warbler. (M. P.) 932, 
Black tie. (D.) 2527 (2), 5349 (21) 
Blackbird fantasy. (M. P.) 5359, 
Blackmail. (D.) 2527 (3) 
Blackmail spins the prop, (D,) 5099. 
Blackout in the Islands. (M. P.) 4859. 
Blackout mystery. (D.) 4968. 
Blackout party, (D,) 3673, 
Blackouts of 1942, (D.) 4203. 
Blacksmith song. (M. P.) 5360. 
Blast & double blast. (D.) 1303. 
Blaue kassette. (D.) 1144. 
Blazing beacons. (M. P.) 4573. 
Blazing wagons. (M. P.) 4563. 
Bleeding heart. (D.) 5592. 
Bless 'em all, (M. P,) 4017. 
Bli-blip, (M. P.) 379. 
Blind bombardment, (M. P.) 5939, 
Blind date in a black-out, (D,) 3226. 
Blind-date party. (D.) 5973. 
Blind light. (D.) 1695. 
Blind man's bluff. (D.) 297. 
Blithe spirit. (D.) 28. 
Blitz wolf. (M. P.) 5361. 
Blonde blitz. (D.) 5974. 
Blonde from Singapore. (M. P.) 380. 
Blondie for victory, (M. P.) 4478. 
Blondie goes to college. (M. P.) 381. 
Blondie's blessed event, (M. P.) 2026. 
Blossoming of Mary Anne. (D.) 6210 (4) 
Blossoms in the dust. (D.) 3854. 



Blow all ballast, (D,) 3227. 

Blow, Gabriel blow, (M, Po) 4018, 

Blue chips, (D.) 644. 

Blue orchids. (D.) 645, 

Blue pebbles. (D,) 5168. 

Blue River. (D.) 1712. 

Blue rose, (D.) 4463 (1) 

Blue, white & perfect. (M, P.) 382. 

Blues in the night. (M. P.) 933. 

Blunder below. (M. P.) 1497. 

Blushing bride. (M. P.) 6217. 

Board of economic warfare. (D,) 1915. 

Boarding house. (D.) 2202, 

Bob-o-link. (M. P.) 4019, 

Bombs over Burma. (M. P.) 3482. 

Boogie woogie Sioux. (M. P.) 6218. 

Boomerai^. (D.) 3777, 4009 (3) 

Boomtown on the Potomac. (D.) 834. 

Booster boys. (D.) 4204. 

Boot Hill bandits. (M. P.) 5362. 

Boots & saddles. (D.) 2527 (5) 

Border smugglers. (D.) 4753. 

Border to border. (D.) 3374. 

Born in exile. (D.) 1145, 

Born that way. (D.) 2203. 

Born to sing. (M. P.) 3483. 

Borrowed hero. (M. P.) 2027. 

Boss of Big Town, (M. P.) 5873. 

Boss of Hangtown Mesa. (M. P.) 4020, 

Boss of the TarantuUas, (D.) 5153. 

Boss's wife. (D.^ 4647. 

Boston Blackie goes Hollywood. (M. P.) 5874. 

Bottled up. (D.) 5634. 

Bouquet of Crystabelle. (D.) 3674. 

Bowery (M. P.) 5363. 

Bowery at midnight. (M. P.) 5364. 

Bowling alley-cat. (M. P.) 4479. 

Boxcar rhapsody. (M. P.) 4021. 

Boy & his gang. (D.) 5593. 

Boy friend. (D.) 4969. 

Boy from Argentine, (D,) 4970, 

Boy, the girl & the dog. (M, P.) 1567. 

Boy who wanted to write. (D.) 1745. 

Boy with a drum. (D.) 1785. 

Boys come marching home. (D.) 3228. 

Brass button. (D.) 5983. 

Brass rii^. (D.) 3229. 

Brat. (D.) 5866 (2) 

Brave at heart. (D.) 6171. 

Brave new world. (D.) 4971. 

Brazil. (D.) 5243, 

Bread alone. (D.) 646. 

Bread 'n butter. (D.) 1146. 

Bread .upon the waters. (D.) 3838. 

Break my heart. (D.) 1696. 

Breath of life. (D.) 647. 

Breath on the sail. (D.) 1697. 

Breathless. (M. P.) 4480. 

Breed of Moloch. (D.) 4205. 

Brewster's millions. (D.) 920 (4) 

Bride of the bell. (D.) 1147. 

Bridge blackouts. (D.) 4972. 

Brieve of disaster. (M. P.,) 3588. 

Bridge of peril. (M. P.) 4858. 

Bridge-passage. (D.) 1698. 

Bridge to the sky. (M. P.) 4128. 

Brief synopsis. (D.) 3675. 

Bright & Early in rankest of thd'rank. (D.) 4648. 

Bright idea club program. (D.) 3676, 

Bright penny. (D.) 4206. 

Bright stars, soft guitars & you. (M. P.) 4022. 

Brignol & his daughter. (D.) 5349 (6) 

Brita. (D.) 1699. 



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British decision to occupy Madagascar. (D.) 5245. 

Broadway. (M. P.) 2538. 

Broadway big shot. (M. P.J 934. 

Broken butterfly. (D.) 365 (5J 

Broken journey. (D.) 1148. 

Broken spur. if>.) 1846. 

Bronx rebailion. (D.) 2204. 

Brooklyn Orchid. (M. P.) 2028. 

Brooklyn serenade. (D.) 1700. 

Brother Goose. (D.) 4973. 

Brothers. (D.) 3677. 

Brothers of the West. (D.) 1300. 

Brown eyes are blue, p.) 5594. 

Bubble dance. (M. y.) 5365. 

Bublichki. (M. P.) 6219. 

Bubusch. p.) 3678. 

Buckeye trail. (D.) 4207. 

Buddy's exciting night. (D.) 29. 

Buckeye traU. (D.) 4207. 

Buenos Aires today. (M. V.) 935. 

Buffalo gals. (M. P.) 4867. 

Bugle call rag. (M. P.) 936. 

Bugle sounds. (M. P.) 937. 

Bugs Bunny gets the boid. (M. P.) 4023. 

Build ye His temples, p.) 1149. 

Bulkeley peerage, p.) 4009 (4) 

Bulkhead. Laying off and fitting a centerline stif- 

fener. (lA. y.) 2134. 
Bulkhead. Laying off the boundary, stiff eners, water 

lines, and buttock lines. (M. P.) 2133. 
Bulldog & the baby. (M. P.) 6220. 
Bull Dog Annie, p.) 4974. 
Bullet scars. (M. jk*.) 1498. 
Bullet that left no mark, p.) 3708. 
Bullets for bandits. (M. P.) 2539. 
Burned at the stake. (M. P.) 4913. 
Burning bomber. (M. P.) 2546. 
Burning daylight, p.) 920 (5) 
Bury the Axis! p.) 2205. 
Bus ride, p.) 3714. 
Busibess connections, p.) 3230. 
Business man. p.) 5595. 
Busses roar. (M. P.) 4868. 
Bustles to jitterbugs, p.) 4208. 
Butch minds the baby. (M. P.) 1499. 
Buttered side up. p.) 1701. 
Butterfly that stamped, p.) 1411. 
Buy bonds & stamps today, p.) 3679. 
Buying a dog. (M. P.) 383. 
By an old southern river. (M. P.) 2029. 
By appointment only, p.) 5975. 
By prophets foretold, p.) 4649. 
By the light of the silvery moon. (M. P.) 5875. 
By the skin of the teeth, p.) 5018. 
Cabbages & careers, p.) 5976. 
Cabrerita. p.) 5596. 
Cactus capers. (M. P.) 2030. 
Cactus makes perfect. (M. P.) 938. 
Cadet from Mount Olympus, p.) 4650. 
Cadets on parade. (M. P.) 384. 
Casar. p.) 3680. 
Cagey canary. (M. P.) 2031. 
Cairo. (M. P.) 4481. 
Caissons go rolling along, p.) 648. 
Caissons go rolling along. (jMo P.) 2540. 
Cakes are better than bullets, p.) 4209. 
Calamity kids, p.) 4210. 
California junior symphony. (M. P.) 2032. 
California or bust. (M. P.) 385. 
California's first ice man. p.) 5629. 
California's Paul Revere, p.) 1182. 
Call for Yankee Doodle, p.) 1150. 
Call me a taxi, p.) 1702. 



Call me Benny, p.) 4651. 

Call me Frank, p.) 4975. 

Call of Canada. (M. P.) 1500. 

Call of duty, p.) 1853. 

Call of the canyon. (M. P.) 4869. 

Call of the sea. (M. P.) 2541. 

Call out the marines. (M. P.) 386. 

Called, p.) 3681. 

Calling aU girls. (M. P.) 2033. 

Calling all pa's. (M. P.) 5876. 

Calling Dr. GiUespie. (M. P.) 4024. 

Camel radio revels of 1942. p.) 4652. 

Camera angles, p.) 1151. 

Camille. p.) 1152. 

Campana serenade, p.) 5597, 5598. 

Canadian patrol. (M. P.) 5366. 

Canal zone. (M. P.) 1501. 

Cancan (Offenbach in Paris.) p.) 4976. 

Cannons on wings. (M. P.) 4025. 

Cape Cod Anne, p.) 4211. 

Captain Caviar, p.) 649. 

Captain Jeffords & Chief Cochise, p.) 4241. 

Captain Midnight. (M. P.) 939, 940, 1502, 1503, 

2542-2549, 4482, 4483, 4870. 
Captains of the clouds. (M. P.) 1504. 
Capitalist, p.) 5977, 
Capture of Fort Duquesne. p.) 2248. 
Captured plane. (M. P.) 1502. 
Caravan, (M. P.) 6221. 
Carbon copy, p.) 3231. 
Career, p.) 4977. 
Carefree, p.) 1703. 
Caribbean legend, p.) 1153. 
Caribbean station, p.) 4978. 
Carl Hoff & his orchestra. (M. P.) 2550. 
Carmen, p.) 1704. 
Carmen Jones, p.) 4212. 
Carnival in Brazil. (M. P.) 1505. 
Carnival in heaven, p.) 1705. 
Carson's express, p.) 4983. 
Carthage must be destroyed, p.) 2206. 
CasaDelRitz. p.) 3232. 
Case o' the blues. (M. P.) 2551. 
Case of Al Brengard. p.) 4261. 
Case of Brazil Banghart. p.) 5077. 
Case of Becky, p.) 1485 (5), 4009 (5, 6) 
Case of Bill Perkins, p.) 4702. 
Case of Bobby Horn, p.) 4265. 
Case of Booth-Montgomery gang, p.) 5075. 
Case of Buck Wallace, p.) 3296. 
Case of Carl Campbell, p.) 3295. 
Case of champagne, p.) 63. 
Case of charting freighters, p.) 3251. 
Case of Clyde Buchanan, p.) 5078. 
Case of Dawson-Garner. p.) 5666. 
Case of disguised destroyer, p.) 2217. 
Case of Dr. Moritz. Letters to soldiers, p.) 4999. 
Case of Earl Loveday. p.) 3740. 
Case of Eddie Adams, p.) 3294. 
Case of George Slade. p.) 3297. 
Case of Glenn Roy Wright, p.) 2277. 
Case of Harry Wells, p.) 3738. 
Case of Japanese spies, p.) 3690. 
Case of Jesse Wendell, p.) 2275. 
Case of Jimmy O'Connor, p.) 2276. 
Case of Joe Vigoroux. p.) 3739. 
Case of John Paul Chase, p.) 5076. 
Case of Joseph Parent, p.) 5665. 
Case of Meridieth-Cough. ' p.) 5667. 
Case of Miller-Grinko case, p.) 5074. 
Case of Nick the Arsenal, p.) 5668. 
Case of Pacific Islands, p.) 4660. 
Case of Peter Pianezzi. p.) 4703. 



514045 O - 43 - 2 



201 



INDEX 



pt. 1, n- s., V. 15 



Case of Peters - Hayes - Jackson, (p.) 2278. 

Case of poison gas. (D.) 4998. 

Case of Ratliff-Helms. (D.) 6042. 

Case of ReiUy-Watson. (D.) 4704. 

Case of Riordan-Waters. (D.) 3737. 

Case of speeded-up record. (D.) 2216. 

Case of Tanko-HaU, pt. 1. (D.) 6040. 

Case of Tanko-Hall, pt. 2. (D.) 6041. 

Case of the elevator shoes. (D.) 5631. 

Case of the fishermen of Cranberry Point. (D.) 

4662. 
Case of the German party. (D.) 5002. 
Case of the knife boat, p.) 5001. 
Case of the old actress, p.) 5000. 
Case of the priceless pompano. (D.) 276. 
Case of the Tommy Martin gang. (D.) 4262. 
Case of the train murder. (D.) 3692. 
Case of Tom Slaughter. (D.) 4263,4264. 
Case of Tommy Holmes, (p.) 5029. 
Case of VirgU Harris. (D.) 4705. ■ 
Cash & Carrie. (D.) 2207. 
Castle in the desert. (M. P.) 2552. 
Castle on the moon. (D.) 1706. 
Cat & the cherub. (D.j 1485 (15) 
Cat meets mouse. (M. P.) 2034. 
Cat screams, if).) 1707. 
Catholic schl. plays. (D.) 30. 
Cattleman cash. (D.) 4313. 
Caught in the caverns. (M. P.) 398. 
Caught in the draft. (M. P.) 941. 
Cavalcade of America. (D.) 3233. 
Cavalcade of aviation. (M. P.) 387. 
Cedar waxwing. (M. P.) 942. 
Celling unlimited. (D.) 5599, 5978-5981. 
Centering small stock. (M. P.) 6222. 
Century players. (D.) 1154. 
Certain young miss. (D.) 1155. 
Chains for victory. (D.) 5600. 
Challenge of the Yukon. (D.) 31-35, 650-653, 1156- 

1158, 1708-1715, 2208, 3234-3240, 3682, 3683, 

4213-4216, 4979-4987, 5982-5989. 
Champ. (D.) 3873. 
Chaotic creek. (M. P.) 436. 
Charity takes it on the chin. (D.) 1235. 
Charming Leandre. (D.) 5349 (7) 
Chase & Sanborn program. (D.) 4988-4991, 5601- 

5606, 5990-5993. 
Chasln' the blues. (M. P.) 6223. 
Check & double check. (D.) 6029. 
Cheechako. (D.) 3240. 
Chemical engineers. (D!) 264. 
Chest of gold. (D.) 4850 (6) 
Cheyenne roundup. (M. P.) 5367. 
Chicago. (M. P.) 1609. 
Chicago, Germany. (D.) 3241. 
Child Divine. (D.) 4992. 
ChUdlsborn. (D.) 5994. 
ChUd Is the future. (D.) 6020. 
Child, of Peace. (D.) 4993. 
Children of Butfercup Commons. (D.) 1159. 
Children of the Ghetto. (M. P.) 2173 (1) 
ChUdren's beggar. (D.) 3684. 
Children's defense crusade. (D.) 1716, 1717. 
Children's jubilee. (D.) 654. 
ChUd's prayer. (D.) 5607. 
Chimes of the Kremlin. (D.) 3242. 
China emergency. (D.) 655. 
Chin-chin. (D.) 4850 (7) 
Chinese episode. <D.) 1160. 
Chinese never forget. (D.) 3261. 
Chinook gold. (D.) 5986. 
Chips off the old block. (Ml P.) 5368. 



Chltra. (D.) 365 (6) 

Chool song. (M. P.) 2035. 

Choosing a career. (D.) 5349 (8) 

Christmas blackout In Ht^an's alley. (D.) 4653. 

Christmas carol. (D.) 36, 3243. 

Christmas eve. (D.) 34. 

Christmas eve In Coyote Canyon. (D.) 57. 

Christmas fantasy. (D.) 5608. 

Christmas fire. (D.) 4994. 

Christmas In the long ago. (D.) 4654. 

Christmas spirits, 1941. (D.) 110. 

Christmas story. (D.) 4217. 

Christmas tale. (D.) 6210 (5) 

Chrlstmaslng of Jasper. (D.) 1161. 

Christopher Steele. (D.) 1718. 

Churchill's Island. (M. P.) 4484. 

Cinderella. (D.) 3327. 

Cinderella goes to a party. (M. P.) 6224. 

Cinderella goes to town. (D.) 3244. 

Cinderella-man. (D.) 4850 (8) 

Cinderella of the sage range. (D.) 38. 

Circles. (D.) 2527 (7), 5349 (21) 

Circus. (D.) 3685. 

Circus man. (M. P.) 4182 (2) 

Cisco Kid. (D.) 5609-5611. 

Cisco Kid decides to run. (D.) 5612. 

Cisco Kid draws a blank, p.) 5995. 

Cisco Kid finds a way. (D.) 5996. 

Cisco Kid sees a ghost. (D.) 5613. 

Cisco Kid talks turkey, p.) 5997. 

Cisco Kid's lucky star. (D.) 5611. 

Citizen Franklin of Philadelphia. (D.) 4218. 

City. (D.) 5866 (3) 

City called heaven. (D.) 204. 

City for conquest. (D.) 3853. 

City of destiny. (D.) 1719. 

City of shadows. (D.) 39. 

City of silent men. (M. P.) 5877. 

City streets. (M. P.) 4026. 

City within a city. (M. P.) 943. 

Civilian courage conquers. (M. P.) 4056. 

Civilian defense week. (D.) 250. 

Clan of Adam. (D.) 5998. 

Clansman. (M. P.) 4182 (1) 

Clap, clap for rhythm. (M. P.) 4485. 

Clarabelle & Jasper. (D.) 3686. 

ClarabeUe defends America. (D.) 3687. 

Clash by night. (D.) 1162. 

Class in flrst-ald & blood-letting. (D.) 3688. 

Claudia. (D.) 2209. " 

Claw's collapse. (M. P.) 3527. 

Clemenceau case. (M. P.) 4182 (3) 

Cllffslde. (D.) 4655. 

Clinic. (D.) 5614. 

Clink I Clink! Another drink. (M. P.) 2036. 

Clock shop. (D.) 4850 (9) 

Clod. (D.) 920(6) 

Close call for EUery Queen. (M. P.) 1506. 

Close shave. (M. P.) 6225. 

Clouds across the moon. (D.) 3340. 

Cloudy waters. (D.) 1833. 

Cluett is here. (D.) 40. 

Coastguards. (D.) 4398. 

Cocktails for two. (M. P.) 944. 

Code of the outlaw. (M. P.) 1507. 

Code of the plains. (D.) 1720. 

Coffin plates. (D.) 365 (7) 

Cohen 'phoning to the Board of health. (D.) 6210 (6) 

Cold blood. (D.) 2210. 

Cold bug. (D.) 4219. 

Collect on delivery. (D.) 3245. 

Colleen. (D.) 4656. 

CoUege champions. (M. P.) 1508. 



202 



INDEX 



nos. 1-12, 1942 



Colonel Corn. (M. P.) 6226. 


Corporal Lonelyhearts. (D.) 2242. 


Colonel Evan S. Carlson from Honolulu. (D.) 


Corporal Standish. (D.) 5988. 


5244. 


Corpse vanishes. (M. P.) 2555. 


Color schemers. (D.) 1721. 


Corrective exercise no. 1 for constipation. (M. P.) 


Colorful North Carolina. (M. P.) 3484. 


2556. 


Column five, p.) 3246. 


Corrective exercise no. 2 for constipation. (M. P.) 


Combined production & resources board of the 


2557. 


United States & Great Britain. (D.) 4385. 


Cottage to let. (D.) 1164. 


CombustSo cyclone. (M. P.) 945. 


Could be. (D.) 1727. 


Combustion cyclone. Spanish version. CM. P.) 


Count me in. (D.) 3250. 


946. 


Count me in. (M. t.) 1509. 


Come hell or high water. (D.) 4678. 


Counter clockwise. (D.) 1165. 


Come into my parlor. (D.) 5999. 


Counter-espionage. (M. P.J 5370. 


Come into my parlour. (D.) 3247. 


Counterattack, p. J 4659. 


Come on America 1 Let's go! Everybody. (D.) 


Counterfeit. (D.) 4222. 


1722. 


Countersinking, counterboring and spot facing. 


Come on danger. (M. ^.) 947. 


(M. P.J 5420. 


Come to the bank. (D.) 5615. 


Counterspy. (D.J 2216, 2217, 3251-3254, 3690- 


Comedy of terrors. (D.) 4995. 


3692, 4660-4662, 4998-5002. 


Comes the revelation. (D.) 2211. 


Countess of Aurenae. (D.J 1728. 


Comin' thru the Rye. (M. y.) 948. 


Country mouse. (M.JP.J 2735 (2J 


Coming of the King. (D.) 6000. . 


Courage. (D.J 1729, 4223. 


Commandos. <D.) 3689, 4996. 


Courage of NeUie Summers. (D.J 2218. 


Common defense. (D.) 1723. 


Court favour. (D.J 5866 (4) 


Coznmimity clinics, better hospitalization and out- 


Courtship of Andy Hardy. (M. P.J 4028. 


side patient care tlirough the amazing economi- 


Courtship on the hoof. (D.J 5021. 


cal discoveries of an old country doctor. (D.) 


CoveraUs. (D.J 1166. 


4220. 


Cowboy in the sky. (D.J 6002. 


Community sing. (M. P.) 388-390,949-951,3485, 


Cowboy serenade. (M. P.J 1510. 


6227. 


Cow-cow boogie. (M. P.J 6228. 


Companion to a lady, (p.) 41. 


Crabtree. (D.J 2219. 


Compassionate leave. (D.) 6001. 


Cradle song. (D.J 2527 (8J 


Compleat angler. (D.J 6210 (7) 


Crainquebille. (D.J 6210 (8J 


Complete plays & poems of William Shakespeare. 


Crater City. (M. P.J 4029. 


(D.) 3248. 


Crazy cruise. (M. P.J 2039. 


Complete Roman drama. (D.) 4657. 


Crazy quizz. (M. P.) 1511. 


Comrade biology. (D.) 1724. 


Creation. (D.J 3255. 


Con estas armas. (M. P.) 952. 


Credit unions - peoples' banks. (D.J 4224. 


Concert, (p.) 2212. 


Crescendo. (D.J 5617. 


Concerto. (D.) 1163. 


Crimedr.(D.) 43-48, 657-660, 1167-1171, 1730-1732 


Concerto in B flat minor. (M. P.) 2037. 


2220-2224, 3256-3259, 3693-3697, 4225-4228, 


Conchita Peplta. (M. P.) 5369. 


4663-4667, 5003-5007, 5618-5620, 6003-6006. 


Confessions of Boston Blackie. (M. P.) 391. 


Crime plays. (D.J 4229. 


Confidence man. (D.) 4249. 


Criminal Investigator, (M. P.J 5371. 


Confirm or deny. (M. P.) 2554. 


Criminals. (D.J 2527 (9J 


Congo clambake. (M. P.) 4871. 


Crinoline girl. (D.J 920 (7J 


Congress debating tax bill. (D.) 5246. 


Crispin, rival of his master. (D.J 6210 (9J 


Congressman Tolan-from Washington. (D.) 5241. 


CrocodUe cure. (D.J 661. 


Connecticut answers 1 Connecticut fights. (M. P.) 


Cross-country. p.J 2225. 


5878. 


Cross-roads. (D.J 1172. 


Connecticut spring. (D.) 2213. 


Cross section. (D.J 2226. 


Connecticut week-end. (D.) 656. 


Crossroads. (M. P.) 4030. 


Connie's castle. (D.) 296. 


Cry without tears, (p.) 1733. 


Conquerors of the clouds. (D.) 1725, 1726. 


Crystal canyon. (D.J 756. 


Conquest of fate. (D.) 4997. 


Cuban episode. (M. P.J 4872. 


Conquest of Madagascar. (D.) 5246. 


Cuban Pete. (M. P.J 953. 


Conrad the saUor. (M. P.) 2038. 


Cuckoo. (D.J 3260. 


Conservation of rubber. ^.) 5245. 


Cuckoo I. Q. (M- P.J 392. 


Constant guard, p.) 4658. 


Cuckoos on the hearth. (D.J 2227. 


Construction gang. (D.) 4979. 


Cul-de-sac. (M. P.J 454. 


Contemporary French theater. (D.) 42. 


Cup cakes. (D.J 1173. 


Contest. (D.) 4221. 


Cup of doom. (M. P.J 563. 


ContinentaL (M. P.) 4486. 


Cup of sugar. (D^J 3698. 


Contract for a kiUer. (D.) 1781. 


Cupid & Mr. Jordan, (D.J 4850 (lOJ 


Convention of v^etables. (D.) 3249. 


Cure is yet to come. (D.J 5621. 


Conversion of government. (D.) 4376. 


Curse of Cairo. (D.J 4230. 


Convulsiones. (D.) 5616. 


Curse of Sycorax, (D.J 4668. 


Cooke & crooks. (M. P.) 4027. 


Curse of the cave. (M. P.J 987. 


Coolhaven. (D.) 2214. 


Curse of the coffin-nails. (D.J 5008. 


Coolidge quartet (M. P.) 2553. 


Custer's last stand. (D.J 5009. 


Coontown divor^ons. (D.) 1485 (6) 


Cute recruit. (M. P.J 2558. 


Com is yellow. (D.) 2215. 


Cutting an external acme thread. (M. P.) 5417. 


Cornish miners' Christmas carols. (D.) 55. 


Cutting threads with taps & dies. (M. P. 5411. 



203 



INDEX 



pt. 1, n. s., v. 15 



Cyclone combustion. (M. P.) 954. 

Cyclone Kid. (M. P.) 4487. 

Cyrano de Bergerac. (D.) 662. 

Daify auctioneer & his crazy auction. (D.) 3261. 

Daffy's southern exposure. (Mo P.) 2559. 

Daisies on the car tracks. (D.) 5622. 

Dakota days. (D.) 4231. 

Dalton daughters. (D.) 6007-6009. 

Dama Nera. (D.) 4232. 

Damask cheek. (D.) 2228. 

Dancin' down a rainbow. (D.) 1174. 

Dancing fool, (p.) 4233. 

Dancing in a harem. (M. P.) 393. 

Dancing men. (M. P.) 4924. 

Dandy Dick. (D.) 2229. 

Danger in the Pacific. (M. P.) 4031. 

Danger signal girls. (D.) 4669. 

Dangerous ladies. (D.) 4234. 

Dangerous Nan McGrew. (M. P.) 6229. 

Dangerous shadow. (D.) 49. 

Dangerously they live. (M. P.) 1512. 

D'Arcy of the guards. (D.) 1485 (7) 

Daring Donovans, p.) 295. 

Daring young man. (M. P.) 5372. 

Dark altars. (D.) 3699. 

Dark legend. (D.) 2470. 

Dark river. (D.) 5010. 

Darkness deepens. (D.) 1734. 

Darling of the gods. (D.) 5349 (9) 

Date at the liby. (D.) 2230, 2231, 3262-3264. 

Date book, (p.) 4404. 

Daughter & sweetheart. (D.) 5623. 

Daughter of Babylon. (D.) 4235. 

Dawn, p.) 920 (8), 4850 (11) 

Dawn ends the night. (D.) 5624. 

Dawn express. (M. P.) 1513. 

Dawn is breaking, p.) 2232. 

Dawn of a new spirit. (D.) 4236. 

Dawn over ZwoUe. (D.) 3700. 

Dawson fire. (D.) 1711. 

Day before yesterday. (D.) 50. 

Day is not yet over. (D.) 5011. 

Day will come, (p.) 5625. 

Days beyond recall. (D.) 1173. 

Dead dog. (D.) 2208. 

Dead end. (D.) 5725. 

Dead hand. (D.) 920 (9) 

Dead man walks. (D.) 3289. 

Dead man's revenge. (D.) 848. 

Dead man's shoes. (D.) 5067. 

Dead men of the deep. (M. P.) 6316. 

Dead men tell. (D.) 1399. 

Deadfall brings trouble. (D.) 173. 

Deadly doom. (M. P.) 3517. 

Dear Adolf. (D.) 3701-3704, 4237, 4238. 

Dear Arabella. (M. P.) 394. 

Dear boss. (D.) 2452. 

Dearl Deer. (M. P.) 6230. 

Dear KendaU. (D.) 3705. 

Dear Lucy. (D.) 51. 

Dear relatives. (D.) 5012. 

Dear sir. (D.) 5626. 

Dear teacher. (D.) 5013. 

Death angel. (D.) 1187. 

Death at the stake. (M. P.) 3590. 

Death by the clock. (D.) 4341. 

Death comes to a magician. (D.) 5269. 

Death for a messenger. (D.) 1400. 

Death from a snake. (D.J 1879. 

Death from the sky. p.) 6162. 

Death gives an encore. (D.) 1398. 

Death imported. (D.) 275. 

Death in the camera. (D.) 1765. 



Death in the cockpit. (M. P.) 2547. 

Death in the night. (D.) 5096. 

Death in the spotlight. (D.) 6010. 

Death is our companion. (D.) 2233. 

Death keeps a deadline. (D.) 5798. 

Death mist. (M. P.) 3534. 

Death plunge. (M. P.) 1526. 

Death pulls the strings. (D.) 277. 

Death shoots an arrow. (D.) 6163. 

Death speaks twice. (D.) 851. 

Death Valley days. (D.) 52-55, 663-666, 1176-1182, 

1735-1739, 2234-2238, 3265-3267, 3706-3710, 

4239-4241, 4670-4672, 5014-5021, 5627-5629, 

6011-6013. 
Deathbed promise. (D.) 650. 
Debutante. (D.) 365 (8) 
Deceivers. (D.) 2527 (10) 
December seventh. (D.) 56. 
December twenty-fourth. (D.) 5630. 
Deck. Setting a web frame and a transverse beam. 

(M. P.) .2132. 
Deck girders: Sub-assembly. (M. P.) 1616. 
Deck plates: Regulating & setting. (M. P.) 1617. 
Deep in the heart of Texas. (M. P.) 2040, 4488. 
Delayed conviction. (D.) 1158. 
Delicate age. p.) 3711. 
Delicate story. (D.) 57. 
Delilah. (M. P.) 395. 
Deliver the goods, p.) 1740. 
Deluge, p.) 3268. 
Democracy mourns, p.) 2239. 
Demoiselle de magasin. (D.) 1485 (1) 
Denunciation, p.) 1741. 

Deportation of Jewish people in France, p.) 5246. 
Deputy for Tumbleweed. p.) 1850. 
Derelicts, p.) 6014. 
Desert ghosts. (M. P.) 1514. 
Desert lighthouse, p.) 52. 
Desert wonderland. (M. P.) 4489. 
Des^n for death, p.) 850. 
Design for destruction, p.) 6046. 
Design for dreams, p.) 3269. 
Desperate chance for EUery Queen. (M. P.) 2560. 
Desperate journey. (M. P.) 5373. 
Destination unknown. (M. P.) 4032. 
Destiny of my people, p.) 5022. 
Destroyers. (D.) 1742. 
Detour, p.) 4242. 
Detour from beyond, p.) 6015. 
Deutsche Bartholomaeusnacht. (D.) 3270. 
Devereux. (D.) 2488. 
Devil & Miss Jones. (D.) 3850. 
Devil & Tom Walker, p.) 1183. 
Devil eats sauerkraut. (D.) 4673. 
Devil in the parlor, p.) 4243. 
Devil preferred, p.) 667. 
Devil sat down & cried. (M. P.) 2561. 
Devil with Hitler. (M. P.) 4490. 
Devil you say. p.) 6016. 
DevU's daughter, p.) 5349 (10) 
Devil's daughter. (M. P.) 4182 (4) 
Devil's own. p.) 1485. 
Devil's sink, p.) 5730, 6089. 
Devil's trail. (M. P.) 2041. 
Devils wear velvet, p.) 4244. 
Diamond Bill, p.) 1736. 
Diamond solitaire, p.) 3960. 
Diamond to sit on. (D.) 3712. 
Diamond trail, p.) 1829. 
Diamonds, p.) 33. 
Dii aionds for Hitler, p.) 1184. 
Dick Tracy vs. Crime, inc. (M. P.) 396, 1515, 2042. 
Dicky-bird, p.) 2020 (1) 



204 



INDEX 



nos. 1-12, 1942 



Dime & dance. (D.) 4661. 


Double deal. (D.) 1708. 


Dinky Dinkerton. (D.J 5631. 


Double exposure. (D.) 758, 3277, 5036, 5169. 


Dinner for two. (D.) 3428. 


Double for an outlaw, p.) 5155. 


Diphtheria. (D.) 3237. 


Double in murder. (D.) 4312. 


Dirty work at the crossroads. (D.) 5023. 


Double ring ceremony, p.) 294. 


Disappointed life. (D.) 4245. 


Double Ulk girl. (M. P.) 5374. 


Discovery of Omega. (D.) 3326. 


Double trouble, p.) 1828, 5037. 


Disordered spring. (D.) 4246. 


Double trouble. (M. P.) 402. 


Disprezzo e vendetta. (D.) 4247. 


Double trouble for the Cisco Kid. p.) 6022. 


Distant point. (D.) 668. 


Double wears a mask, p.) 6051. 


Diversions. (D.) 5024. 


Doubling for Ann. p.) 5635. 


Divide & conquer. (D.) 4752. 


Doughboy sweetheart, p.) 1196. 


Divine tragedy. (D.) 4674. 


Down come the stars. (D.) 1197. 


Divine tragedy of the Christ (D.J 4674. 


Down in the heart of Texas, p.) 4254. 


Divining rod, (D.) 1847. 


Down Rio Grande way. (M. P.) 1516. 


Divorcons. (D.) 2738. 


Down Texas way. (M. P.)- 3487. 


Dixie speciaL (D.) 1185. 


Down to the stars, p.) 5636. 


Dnieperstroy. (D.) 58. 


Downy woodpecker & the northern flicker. (M. P.) 


Do it now. (D.) 5025. 


957. 


Do me a favor. (D.) 1186. 


Draft, p.) 5243. 


Do you get it. (D.) 6017. 


Draft horse. (M. P.) 2567. 


Dr. Broadway. (M. P.) 4491. 


Draftsman. (M. P.) 4494. 


Dr. Christian. (D.) 59-63, 669-672, 1187-1194, 


Dramatic skits, p.) 6023. 


1743-1746, 2240-2244, 3271-3274, 3713-3716, 


Dramatizations to demonstrate office psychology. 


4248-4250, 4675-4678, 5026-5032, 5632-5634, 


p.) 3278. 


6018-6020. 


Dream bed. p.) 5038. 


Dr. Christian award. (D.) 3273. 


Dream echo, p.) 2246. 


Dr. Christian has a nightmare. (D.) 3716. 


Dream it up. p.) 5637. 


Doctor David. (D.) 5033. 


Dreamsville, O. (M. P.) 2568. 


Dr. Gillespie's new assistant. (M. P.) 6231. 


Dress circle, p.) 1748. 


Dr. I. Q. (D.) 1747. 


Dressing time at. p.) 64. 


Doctor in spite of himself. (D.) 5349 (11) 


Drexel's end. p.) 1831. 


Doctor Love. (D.) 6210 (10) 


Driftwood, p.) 5866 (5) 


Dr. McGregor takes a look. (D.) 4251. 


DriUing a hole in a pin. (M. P.) 5418. 


Dr. Montezuma. (D.) 1739. 


DriUing in metal —wood —plastics. (M. P.) 3488. 


Dr. Rameau. (M. P.) 5961 (1) 


Drink for drink, p.) 2247. 


Doctor takes a wife. (D.) 3845. 


Drink to me with only thine eyes. (M. P.) 2045. 


Dr. Thome's lost mine. (D.) 3262. 


Driven, p.) 365 (9) 


Doctor will see you now. (D.) 4252. 


Drop to destiny. (M. P.) 448. 


Doctors. (D.) 1931. 


Drop to doom. (M. P.) 2544. 


Doctor's bargain. (M. P,) 455. 


Drumbeats of Amer. hist, p.) 2248. 


Dog days. (D.) 6210 (11) 


Drums at dusk, p.) 167. 


Dog meets dog. (M. P.) 2562. 


Drums of doom, p.) 278. 


Dog tired. (M. k'.) 2563. 


Drums of the Congo. (M. P.) 1517. 


Dog trouble. (M. P.) 4873. 


Drunkard, p.) 2249. 


Doin' the hot foot. (M. P.) 4492. 


Dude cowboy. (M. P.) 403. 


Doin' the ratamacue. (M. P.) 955. 


Dudes are pretty people. (M. P.) 2569. 


Doin' their bit. (M. P.) 4493. 


Duffy's tavern, p.) 1749-1751. 


Dollar bill. (D.) 2245. 


. Duke of the navy. (M. P.) 1518. 


Dollar princesses. (D.) 5034. 


Dukkehjem. p.) 4255. 


Dollars & sense. (D.) 3275. 


Dumbo. (M. P.) 1519. 


Dolores of Mexico. (D.) 5035. 


Dust machine, p.) 5638. 


Dom Pedro. (D.) 6021. 


Dust on my heart, p.) 3279. 


Don Cossack chorus. (M. P.) 2564. 


Dutch detective, p.) 1485 (8) 


Don Quixote & Sancho. (D.) 4253. 


Dutch Guiana. (M. P.) 1520. 


Don Winslow of the navy. (M. P.) 397-399. 


Dynamic art. (D.) 4256. 


Donald gets drafted. (M. P.) 2043. 


Dynamite Dan. p.) 4679. 


Donald's garden. (M, y.) 2565. 


Dynasty of terror, p.) 6097. 


Donald's gold mine. (M. P.) 4033. 


E pluribus unum, p.) 2250. 


Donald's snow fight. (M. P.) 2044. 


Eagle mine, p.) 3682. 


Don't be bashful. (D.) 673. 


Eagle squadron. (M. P.) 4035. 


Don't get personal. ^. P.) 400. 


Earl of Pawtucket. p.) 2527(6) 


Don't let Julia fool ya. (M. P.) 956. 


Early bird dood it. (M. P.) 5375, 


Don't lie. <M. P.) 2566. 


Early start p.) 792. 


Don't miss the boat, p.) 1880. 


Ears of the enemy. (M. P.) 6313. 


Don't sit under the apple tree. (M- P.) 4034. 


East is my home, p.) 2251. 


Don't talk. (M. P.) 3486. 


Easter morning. (D.) 3280. 


Doodie comes home. (D.) 6170. 


Eastern chipping sparrow, & the Eastern goldfinch. 


Doodle Dandy of the U. S. A. (D.) 3276. 


(M. P.) 958. 


Doodlebug. (D.) 1195. 


Eastern cowbird, & Baltimore oriole. (M. P.) 959. 


Doping technique. (M. P.) 401. 


Eastern field sparrow, white -throated sjJarrow & 


Double alibL (D.) 4984. 


the rose-breasted grosbeak. (M. P.) 960. 


Double counterfeit. (D.) 5160. 


Eastern house wren, catbird & the brown thrasher. 



(M. P.) 961. 



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pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 



Easter's festival. (D.) 1752. 

Easy aces. (D.) 6024. 

Easy does it. (D.) 3717. 

Easy money. (D.) 1198. 

Easy street. (M. P.) 404. 

Easy to love. (D.) 4417. 

Easy way. (D.) 4680. 

Eat me Kitty eight to the bar. (M. P.) 3489. 

Eatin' on the cuff. (M. P.) 4874. 

Ecuador case. (D.) 3691. 

Edgar Bergen - Charlie McCarthy. (D.) 65-71, 

674-678, 1199, 1200, 1753-1756, 2252-2255, 

3281-3284, 3718-3721. 
Education in hate. (D.) 3285. 
Education, inc., human engineers. (D.) 72. 
Education of free men in Amer. democracy. (D.) 

2274. 
Edward Livingston Trudeau. (D.) 4997. 
Efil. (D.) 1757. 
Egga dagga phft. (M. P.) 2570. 
Egira's quest, (D.) 73. 
Egoist. (D.) 5039. 
Egotist. (D.) 4681. 
Ein tog leben. (D.) 6025. 
Electric man. (D.) 4009 (7) 
Electrician. (M. P.) 4495. 
Elegant cow. (D.) 679. 
Elementary operations on the engine lathe. (M. P.) 

405. 
Elisabeth. (D.) 3286. 
Ella. (M. P.) 2571. 

EUery Queen & the murder ring. (M. P.) 2572. 
EUery Queen, master detective. (M. P.) 406, 
Elmer. (D.) 680. 
Elmer & the lovebug. (D.) 74. 
Emanuel Feuermann. (M. P.) 2573. 
Embraceable you. (M. P.) 3490. 
Eminently Victorian. (D.) 5040. 
Emperor of the lost continent. (D.) 6026. 
Emperor's new clothes, (D.) 75, 6027. 
Empress Josephine, if).) 5041. 
Empty pocket books. (D.) 5639. 
Ems. (D.) 681. 
En scene. (D.) 3287. 
Enchanted children. (D,) 2256. 
End of page, (D.) 1848. 
End of the Iron spur. (D.) 3834. 
Endless caravan, (D,) 5640. 
Enemy ^ents meet EUery Queen. (M. P.) 4496. 
Enemy escort. 4257. 
Enemy is listenii^, Gweny. (D.) 2257, 
Enemy landing. (D.) 5042. 
Enemy passport. (M. P.) 5514. 
Engineering. (M. P.) 4497. 
English sparrow, song sparrow & the cardinal. (M. 

P.) 962. 
Enigma. (D,) 1758. 

Ephraim & the winged bear. (D.) 365 (10) 
Epitaph for Ezra. (D.) 2243. 
Erminie. (D.) 4682. 
Errant angel. (D.) 3722. 
Escape by clipper. (M. P.) 4855. 
Escape from crime. (M. P.) 4036. 
Escape from dreaming. (D.) 5641. , 
Escape from Hongking. (M. P.) 2574. 
Escape of the Cisco Kid. (D.) 5609. 
Escape time. (D.) 5642. 
Escape to peril, (M, P,) 3519, 
Escape to tomorrow. (D.) 4683, 
Escort girl. (M. P.) 407. 
Eskimo Land. (D.) 4684. 
Especially for you. (D.) 1201. 
Estate of the late Judith Cardinal, widow. (D.) 5643. 



Eternal serenade, (p.) 2258. 
Etiquette blues. (M. P.) 6232. 
Eva &■ her apple. (D.) 5043. 
Eve at midnight. (D.) 2259. 
Eve of St. Agnes, (p.) 1202. 
Eve of St. Mark. (D.) 3723, 5044. 
Eve steps out. (D.) 1203. 
Even in back streets. (O.) 5644. 
Every American's duty. (D.) 4685. 
Every day Sunday. (D.) 5045. 
Every family has one. (D.) 4258, 5046. 
Evil eye, (M, P.) 3526. 
Ewige gesetz. (D.) 4686, 
Exactly like you. (M. P.) 408. 
Exceeding great joy. (D.) 4687. 
Execution. (D.) 2260. 
Exit laughii^. (D.) 3265. 
Exits to terror. (M. P.) 1553. 
Exodus XX: 12. (D.) 6210 (12) 
Exotic Mexico. (M. P.) 4037. 
Experience. (D.) 365 (11, 12) 
Exploits of Vitaman. (D.) 682. 
E3q)loring space. (M. P.) 409. 
Extortion gang. (D.) 4748. 
Eye pay - you take it. (M. P,) 1521. 
Eyes in the night. (M, P.) 4875. 
Eyes of March, (D.) 1204, 
Eyes of the underworld. (M. P.) 2575. 
Eyes of the world are upon us. (D.) 5645, 
Face the music. (D.) 76. 

Facing, tujrning, boring, grooving & chamfering on a 
vertical turret lathe using two heads. (M. P.) 410. 
Failure. (D.) 3724. 
Fair & warmer. (D.) 4850 (12) 
Fair at Richmond. (D.) 3879. 
Fair of Sorotchintz. (D.) 5047. 
Fairy. (D.) 6210 (13) 
Faith, (D.) 1459. 

Faith in a righteous God. (D.) 1759. 
Falcon takes over. (M. P.) 3491. 
Fall of a nation. (D.) 1205, 
Fallen saved. (D.) 2249. 
Falling stars. (D.) 5048. 
False colours. (M. P.) 2735 (3) 
Fame is the spur. (D.) 2230. 
Family. (D.) 6028. 
Family co-operative. (D.) 3725. 
Family reunion. (D.) 5049. 
Famous boners. (M. P.) 5879. 
Fan dance. (M. P.) 4876, 
Fanny Crosby. (D.) 4688. 
Fanny Tilton. (D.) 77. 
Fantasy in sweet minus. (D.) 5646. 
Far off light. (D.) 683. 
Fare- thee-well. (D.) 5050. 
Farewell blues. (M. P.) 2046. 
Farmer in the ring. (D.) 5289. 
Farmer in the spring of '42. (D.) 4377. 
Farmers. (D.) 1932. 
Farmer's daughter. (D.) 3726, 5051. 
Farmer's daughter. (M. P.) 3492, 
Fary knight. (D.) 2261. 
Fascist. (D.) 1760. 
Fascist's holiday. (D.) 1761, 4259. 
Fat of the land, {fi.) 2262. 
Fatal fuse. (M. P.) 449. 
Fatal hour. (M. P.) 2549. 
Fatal time -bomb. (M. P.) 556. 
Fate. (D.) 2527 (11) 
Father Time goes swing. (D.) 4208. 
Fatima was a lady. (D:) 82, 
Faust. (D.) 1206. 



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nos. 1-12, 1942 




Favorite son, (D.) 1762. 


Flashing light signals. (M. P.) 4499. 


Feast of Rayml. (D.) 5052. 


Flat position. (M. P.) 5392. 


Feature story. (D. ) 3662-3666. 


Flatbush fever. (D.) 1214. 


Federal ace. (D.) 2389, 5053-5063, 5647, 5648, 


Fledermaus. (D.) 2191,3292,4643. 


6029-6032. 


Fleet's in. (M. P.) 2047. 


Fedora. (M. P.) 4182 (7) 


Fleets of stren'th. (M. P.) 2048. 


Feivish takes a wife. (D.) 3727. 


Fleming fixes it. (D.) 3431. 


Ferris wheel. (M. P.) 4038. 


Flight into Egypt, p.) 1769. 


Field Marshal Kutuzov. (p.) 3288. 


Flight lieutenant. (M. P.) 4040. 


Field mouse. (M. P.) 3493. 


Flight to nowhere. (D.) 3747. 


Fields of corn. (D.j 5633. 


Floogle street, (p.) 3293. 


Fiery fall. (M. P.) 450. 


Florence Nightingale, the woman. (D.) 5656. 


Fiesta. (M, P.) 963. 


Flowers of virtue, p.) 85. 


Fiesta en Santa Fe. (D.) 3728. 


Flowing tide, p.) 2270. 


Fifi & Rachel. (D.) 3729. 


Fly-by-night. (M. P.) 2577. 


Fifteen fathoms below. (M. P.) 4856. 


Flyer for two. (D.) 3429. 


Fifth ave. fantasy. (D.) 1763. 


Flying bear. (M. P.) 2578. 


Fifth condemned man. (D.) 1294. 


Flying blind. (M. P.) 414. 


Fifth dimension. (D.) 5064. 


Flying fever. (M. P.) 3496. 


50,000 baU. (D.) 5053. 


Flying tigers. (M. P.) 5376. 


Fifty thousand head. (D.) 1834. 


Flying with music. (M- P.) 4500. 


Fight in the dark, (D.) 1179. 


Folktale. (D.) 1215. 


Fight that fire. (M. P.) 4498. 


Font of liberty. (D.) 86. 


Fight to the finish. (D.) 78. 


Food for democracy. (D.) 269. 


Fighting fathoms deep. (M. P.) 397. 


Food keeps you fit. (D.) 4691. 


Fighting frontier. (M. P.) 6233. 


Food scientists. (D.) 265. 


Fighting hope. (D.) 5349 (12, 13) 


Food - weapon of conquest. (M. P.) 4041. 


Fighting minister. (D.J 5065. 


Fool there was. (M. P.) 2173 (2) 


Fighting sixty-ninth. (D.) 3861. 


Foolishness of God. (D.) 687. 


Fighting spirit. (M. P.) 5880. 


Fool's gold. (D.) 920 (22), 2358. 


Fighting the fire bomb. (M. P.) 411. 


Football thrills of 1941. (M. P.) 5377. 


Figlia dell' appicato. (D.) 4420. 


Footprints north & south. (D.) 688. 


FUing. (M. P.) 1522. 


For a better world. (D.) 1770. 


Fine feathered friend. (M. P.) 5881. 


For a dog to tear. (D.) 3715. 


Fine feathers. (D.) 2020 (2) 


For America we save. (M. P.) 3497. 


Finger in the dike. (D.) 4689. 


For God & country. (D.) 6036. 


Fingerprint. (D.) 2263. 


For his son's sake. (D.) 1852. 


Fingers at the window. (M. P.) 2576. 


For me & my gal. (M. P.) 4877. 


Finn&Haddie. (D.) 1764. 


For men only. (D.) 1771. 


Fire in the forests. (D.) 6048. 


For none but the brave. (D.) 5657. 


Fire shall forgive. (D.) 4690. 


For sale. (M. P.) 6235. 


Firehouse skit. (D.) 1207. 


For the common defense. (M. P.) 4042. 


First aid for Abner. (D.) 5649. 


For the love of Allah- (D.) 4692. 


First caU. (D.) 793. 


For the sake of living. (D.) 1216. 


First front. (D.) 5066. 


For the time is nigh. (D.) 5658. 


First nighter. (D.) 79-84, 684-686, 1208-1213, 1765- 


For those who faU. (D.) 160. 


1767, 2264-2268, 3289, 3290, 5067-5069, 5650- 


For times like these. (M. P.) 3498. 


5653, 6033-6035. 


Forbidden trails. (M. P.) 1524. 


First of the five. (D.) 1297. 


Forced sale. (D.) 1835. 


First performance. (M. P.) 2123. 


Foreign agent. (M. P.) 4878. 


First person, feminine. (D.) 1768. 


Forest fire I Forest fire. (D.) 2271. 


First pink lady. (D.) 3730. 


Forest fire prevention campaign. (D.) 5238. 


First prize for two. (D.) 5654. 


Forest rangers. (M. P.) 5883. 


First stop, Covington- (D.) 3291. 


Forests of the night. (D.) 4693, 6037. 


First swaUow. (M. P.) 4039, 


Forever & ever. (D.) 6038. 


Fish party. (D.) 2321. 


Forever yours. (D.) 5659. 


Fishers of men. (M. P.) 5882. 


Forgotten factor. (D.) 4694. 


Fishing fever. (M. P.) 412. 


Forked lightning. (D.) 365 (14) 


Fit as a fiddle. (D.) 2269. 


Formula for murder. (D.) 5101. 


Fit for victory. (D.) 5070. 


Formula for pancakes. (D.) 689. 


Fit to be tied. (D.) 3731. 


Fortunes from words. (D.) 3733. 


Fit to fight. (M. P.) 3494. 


Forty love. (D.) 4695. 


Fitting & scraping small bearings. (M. P.) 5413. 


Foul is fair. (D.) 690. 


Five foot two. (M. P.) 6234. 


Found wanting. (l-L P.) 2579. 


Five minutes after I die. (D.) 3732. 


Fountain of youth- (D.) 3761. 


Five plays. (D.) 365 (13) 


Fountains of the great deep. (D.) 4696. 


Fixing sister. (D.) 3471 (4) 


Four blocks east. (D.) 3734. 


Flag of mercy. (M. P.) 3495. 


Four Christmas comedies for adults. (D.) 1217. 


Flaming havoc. (M. P.) 3533, 3586. 


Four days. (D.) 2272. 


Flaming oU. (M. P.) 5519. 


Four flights up. (D.) 4697,4698. 


Flamingo. (M. P.) 413. 


Four-flushers. (D.) 920 (10) 


Flare path. (D.) 5655. 


Four freedoms spell victory. (D.) 1218. 


Flashing blades. (M. P.) 1523. 


Four is too many. (D.) 691. 



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pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 



Four Jacks & a Jill. (Mo P.) 415. 

Four plays. (D.) 1219. 

Four plays of the free theatre. (D.) 365 (15) 

Fourth brother. (D.) 1220. 

Fox & the grapes. (M. P.) 416. 

Fox gloves, p.) 27. 

Foxtrot. (M. P.) 964. 

'Fraid cat. (D.) 4850 (13) 

'Fraidy cat. (M. P.) 417, 3499. 

Frameup's kickback. (D.) 4744. 

Framing father. (M. P.) 4879. 

Fran, ifi,) 2527 (12) 

Francesca da Rimini. (D.) 920 (11) 

Francis & Theodosia. (D.) 2273. 

Frank Murray's Mad Mikado. (D.) 5071. 

Frankie & Johnny. (M. P.) 2049. 

Frankincense & Myrtle, (p.) 692. 

Franklin St. (D.) 5660. 

Fraternity. (M. P.) 1598. 

Frau im Spiegel. (D.) 3735. 

Freckles comes home. (M. P.) 2580. 

Fred outwits the enemy. (D.) 4699. 

Free & the brave. (D.) 5661. 

Free men. (D.) 2274. 

Free men are f^hting. (D.) 5072. 

Free men fight. (D.) 5072. 

Free press for Fremont. (D.) 1767. 

Freedom. (D.) 87, 88, 3272. 

Freedom hall. (D.) 5662. 

Freedoms for which we fight, p.) 3736. 

French without a master. (D.) 5349 (14) 

Frenzied mob. (M. P.) 4566. 

Freshman Bill. (D.) 1221. 

Friday, the 13th. (D.) 4700. 

Fridolin. (D.) 5663. 

Frieda Drake, proprietor. (D.) 693. 

Friend in need makes trouble. (D.) 1784. 

Friend o' Abe's. (D.) 804. 

Friend of the family. (D.) 694. 

Friendly enemies. <M. Je.) 3500. 

Friends of the Christ Child. (D.) 1222. 

Frisco Lil. (M. P.) 418. 

From cocktail hour to precipice. (D.) 1223. 

From nuts to soup. (M. P.) 965. 

From ragtime to boogie woogie. (D.) 6173. 

From slavery to service. (D.) 89. 

From the Indies to the Andes, in his undies. (M, P.) 

6236. 
From the Valley of the Missing. (M. P.) 2735 (4) 

From us to^vou. (D.) 62. 
Front-line sweethearts. (D«) 6039. 

Front page family. (D.) 80. 

Frozen. (D.) 695, 

Frozen North. (M. P.) 3501. 

Fruit stall. (D.) 5073. 

Fruits betray. (D.) 1224. 

Frustration in a bus station. (D.) 5664. 

Fuehrer bows to Christ. (D.) 1225. 

Fuehrer's face. (M. P.) 6237. 

Full house. (D.) 1772. 

Fun with folk tales, p.) 4260, 

Fundamentals. (M, P.) 5891. 

Fundamentals of end cutting tools. (M. P.) 6238. 

Fundamentals of filing. (M. P.) 6239. 

Fundamentals of side cutting tools. (M. P.) 6240. 

Fundamentals of tennis. (M. P.) 419. 

Funny bunny business. (M, P.) 6241. 

Furs trap a badman. (D.) 1840. 

Further prophecies of Nostradamus. (M. P.) 2581. 

Gabriel's horn, p.) 4701. 

Gallant lady. (M. P.) 3502. 

Gallup poll. (M. P.) 966. 

Gamblers' end. p.) 1849. 



Game, p.) 6210 (14) 

Gandy Goose in Lights out. (M. P.) 2582. 

Gandy Goose in Tricky business. (M. P.) 3503. 

Gang bait. (M. P.) 1533. 

Gang busters. (M. P.) 1525-1537, 2275-2278,3294- 

3297, 3737=3740, 4261-4265, 4702 4705, 5074- 

5078, 5665=5668, 6040-6042. 
Gangbusters ten cents apiece, p.) 6056. 
Garden of illusions, p.) 6210 (15) 
Garden of paradise, p.) 365 (16) 
Garden of praise, p.) 2279. 
Garden of weeds, p.) 2280. 
Gargoyle's trail. (M. P.) 559. 
Gas & oil shortage, p.) 5240. 
Gate of dreams. (D.) 365 (17) 
Gates of youth, p.) 4706. 
Gateway to Asia. (M. P.) 2583. 
Gavel & gabble. (D.) 696. 
Gay corsair, p.) 90. 
Gay goose. (D.) 5079. 
Gay knighties. (M. P.) 420. 
Gay little world, p.) 5669. 
Gay nineties. (M. P.) 967. 
Gay Parisian. (M. P.) 2050. 
Gay ranchero, (M. P.) 421. 
Gay sisters. (M. P.) 4501. 
Gefaehrliche schatten. (D.) 91. 
General Fishel - David. (D.) 4266. 
General merchandise. (D.) 2281. 
General nuisance. (M. P.) 968. 
Generations in conflict, p.) 5670. 
Gentle ogre, p.) 4707. 
Gentle rain, (p.) 92. 
Gentle youth, p.) 697. 
Gentleman after dark. (M. P.) 2051. 
Gentleman at heart. (M. P.) 2584. 
Gentleman doesn't apologize. (D.) 2282, 
Gentleman Jim. (M. P.) 5884. 
Gentleman of the road. (D.) 698. 
Gentlemen of Gotham. (D.) 1226. 
Gentlemen's agreement. (D.) 4267. 
George town, pride of Penang. (M. P.) 422. 
George Washington fourth. (D.) 374L 
German justice. (D.) 5671. 
Gerrymander. (D.) 4268. 
Gertie's uncle p.) 1773. 
Get going, p.) 4189. 
Get hep to love. (M. P.) 4502. 
Get rid of Hitler. (D.) 4708. 
Getting pinned. (D.) 2283. 
Ghost breaker. (M. P.) 2735 (5) 
Ghost canyon, p.) 172. 
Ghost goes east, p.) 5672. 
Ghost of Frankenstein. (M. P.) 1538. 
Ghost story, p.) 1227. 
Ghost town. (D.) 2351. 
Ghost town law. (M. P.) 2585. 
Ghost wanted. (D.) 4709. 
Ghostly garrison, p.) 5080. 
Ghosts or men. p.) 699. 
Gift in secret, p.) 5081. 
Gift of words, (p.) 5082. 
Gilded cafe. (D.) 5673. 
Gilded fool. (M. P.) 2173 (3) 
Ginger's in town, p.) 1228. 
Ginsburg is on the air. p.) 3298. 
Gioconda. (D.) 5349 (10) 
Gioconda. (M. P.) 4182 (4) 
Girl after my heart. (M. P.) 4043. 
Girl & her shadow, p.) 700. 
Girl at the helm, p.) 3299. 
Girl from Alaska. (M. P.) 2586. 
Girl from Brazil, p.) 5083. 



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DOS. 1-12, 1942 



Girl from Childs. (D.) 920 (12) 

Girl I left behind me. (M. P.) 2173 (4) 

Girl in every port. (D.) 5084. 

Girl of the golden West. (D.) 920 (13J 

Girl to order. (D.) 365 (18) 

Girls back home. (D.) 2241. 

Girl's best friend. (D.) 298, 4269. 

Girl's bonfire, (D.) 1842. 

Girls from Birmingham. (D.) 701. 

Girls, inc. (D.) 3742. 

Girls of the U. S. A, (D.) 1774. 

Girls' town. (M, P.) 1539. 

Git along Uttle pony. (M- P.) 423. 

Give me an audience, (D.) 1775. 

Give me the sun. (D.) 4270. 

Give out, sisters. (M. P.) 4503. 

Give place. (D.) 5085. 

Give this Uttie girl a great big hand. (M. P.) 4880. 

Giving a shop demonstration. (M. P.) 424. 

Glacier Park & Waterton Lakes. (M. >-.) 2587. 

Glamour girl. (D.) 4710. 

Glasblaser, (D.) 702. 

Glass key. (M. P.) 5378. 

Glass workers. (D.) 1933. 

Glen Gray & his Casa Loma orchestra, (M. P.) 

5885. 
Glimpses of Ontario. (M, P.) 6242, 
Glory of Clementina. (D.) 6210 (16) 
Glory of love. (M. P.) 425. 
Gloucester harbor. (D.) 703, 
Glove birds. (M. P.) 969, 
Glow-worms. (D.) 1229. 
Go to blazes, p.) 4271, 
Go West, young lady. (M. P.) 426. 
Gobs of love. (M. P.) 6243. 
God & the KUckitats. (D.) 53. 
God & the sparrow. (D.) 5086, 
God never disappoints me, (D.) 5674. 
God wot. (D.) 6043. 
Goddess left a glove. (D,) 5820. 
Godey's ladies. (D.) 4711. 
Gogl-mogL (D.) 93. 
Going Americana. (D.) 2284, , 

Going to press, (M, P.) 2588, 
Going too far. (D.) 704. 
Gold & Chimney Range, (D.) 4747. 
Gold at Larue Dog Creek. (D.) 4982. 
Gold brickers of 1941. (D.) 705. 
Gold rush. (M. P.) 2589. 
Gold rush that failed. (D.) 2355. 
Gold that grows on trees. (D.) 3707. 
Golden apple. (D.) 3743. 
Golden income tax. (D.) 4712, 
Golden light. (D.) 1230, 4713. 
Golden rind. (D.) 94. 
Golden talisman. (D.) 2285. 
Golfer's lament. (M. P.) 427. 
Golondrina. (D.) 4087. 
Gone with the girls. (D.) 4714. 
Good-bye Mr, Moth, (M. P.) 1540. 
Good bye sweetheart. (D.) 1306, 
Good evening. (D.) 794. 
Good girl. (D.) 95. 
Good job. (M. P.) 5379. 
Good man is hard to find. (M. P.) 4504. 
Good morning, Judge. (D.) 61. 
Good morning, Mr. zip, zip. Zip. (M. P.) 2052. 
Good neighbours. (D.) 5088. 
Good night nurse. (D.) 4850 (14) 
Good tidings of great joy. (D.) 4089. 
Good woman. (D.) 2527 (13), 5349 (21) 
Goodby now. (D.) 5675, 
Goodbye litUe dolly. (D.) 3300. 



Goodbye mama, I'm off to Yokohama, (M. P,) 3504. 

Goofy newsreel. (M, P.) 6244. 

Goose & the golden legs. (D.) 1231. 

Goose Creek killer, p.) 4745. 

GoosegirL p.) 5676, 

Goosestep. p.) 3301. 

Government girL p.) 4272. 

Gown for the bride, (D,) 5090, 

Gracious majesty, p.) 2286, 

Graft below the surface, p.) 99. 

Grand army man, p,) 2020 (3) 

Grand Central murder. (M. P.) 2590. 

Grand old girL p.) 5091. 

Grandma gets her man. p.) 5677, 

Grandma shakes the family tree, p.) 96, 

Grandma steps out p.) 5092, 

Grammar, p,) 6210 (17) 

Grass roots, p.) 706. 

Gratitude, p.) 651. 

Gray overcoat, p.) 4850 (15) 

Great Amer. divide, (M. P.) 1541. 

Great Anthony, p.) 5093. 

Great big doorstep, p.) 2287. 

Great composers, p.) 5094. 

Great demand, p.) 3744, 

Great diamond hoax, p.) 54. 

Great Doctor Dilly. p.) 1776. 

Great Gildersleeve. p.) 1232, 2288, 3745, 6044. 

Great impersonation. (M. P.) 4505. 

Great lie. p.) 3856. 

Great man's lady. (M.P.) 3505. 

Great railroad at work. (M. P.) 4044. 

Great show, ain't it. p.) 3746. 

Greater evU. p.) 4009 (8) 

Greed drowns a town, p.) 4746. 

Green & red. p.) 2289. 

Green apples, p.) 6045. 

Green circle, p.) 4273. 

Green coat p.) 290 (14) 

Green grass, dry grass, p.) 4274. 

Green Hornet p.) 97-100, 707-712, 1233-1235, 

1777-1784, 3302-3309, 3747, 3748, 4275-4277, 

6046-6052, 
Green stockings, p.) 4009 (9) 
Green VaUey, U. S. A- p.) 3749, 5678. 
Greenie. (M. P.) 3506. 
Greetings from the president p.) 4715. 
Gregory saga, p.) 2290. 
Grey cats, p.) 6210 (18) 
Griggsby Junction, p.) 6053. 
Grin Si bear it p.) 713. 
Gringa. p.) 5679. 
Gripful of trouble, p.) 2527 (14) 
Groom & bored. (M, P,) 2053. 
Groom's bouquet p.) 714. 
Groove, p.) 2527 (15), 5349 (21) 
Gross receipts, p.) 3220. 
Grosse und die kleine liebe, p,) 1236. 
Growing up emotionally, p.) 5680. 
Grumpy, p.) 365 (19) 
Guardians of the sea. (M. P.) 4506. 
Guardians of the wilds. (M. P.) 428. 
Guest-friend, p.) 1237. 
Guests for dinner, p.) 4697. 
Guiding light p.) 101. 
Guinea pigs, p.) 3310. 
Gum makes it stick, p.) 5100. 
Gunman from Bodie. (M. P.) 429, 
Gunner Creek cow thieves, p.) 2342. 
Gunplay, p.) 5681. 
Guns across the border, p.) 5157, 
Guns against the snow, p.) 715. 
Guns for Galapogas, p.) 6031. 



514045 O - 43 - 3 



209 



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pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 



Guns without bullets. (D.) 1238. 


He plays gin rummy. (M. P.) 972. 


Gunsmith of San Bello. (D.) 5723. 


He signed his name. (D.) 4283. 


Gusher, so lived an oil town. (D.) 4278. 


He was a hero. (D.) 3752. 


Guy from the gods. (D.) 2291. 


He wears a pair of silver wings. (D.) 3314. 


Guy with wings. (D.) 4716. 


He won't stay in bed. (D.) 5685. 


Gypsies. (D.) 102. 


Head of the house. (D.) 4718. 


Gypsy's daughter. (D.) 5105. 


Head over heart. (D.) 3315. 


H. M. Pulham, esq. (M. P.) 2591. 


Heads up. (M. P.) 1544. 


HaU Jim. (D.) 4279, 5682. 


Health. (D.) 270. 


Half a loaf. (D.) 6096. 


Health for defense. (M. P.) 5380. 


Half shot at sunrise. (M. ^.) 970. 


Health is a victory. (M. P.) 1545. 


Half way to Shanghai. (M. A-.) 2592. 


Health wealth & romance. (D.) 719. 


Hallowe'en day. (D.) 2292. 


Health*s a-poppin. (D.) 6059. 


Hamlet. (D.) 5775. 


Heartbeats. (D.j 5111. 


Hams that couldn't be cured. (M. P.) 1542. 


Heart burn. (M. P.) 3510. 


Hand on my shoulder. (D.) 3962. 


Heart of a city. (D.) 4719. 


Handing it back. (M. P.) 4045. 


Heart of a thief. (D.) 3471 (5) 


Handle with care. (D,) 716. 


Heart of gold. (D.) 5686. 


Handle with care. (Mc P.) 5886. 


Heart of Mexico. (M. P.) 3511. 


Hands across the plains. (D.) 2350. 


Heart of the Golden West. (M. P.) 6246. 


Hands of victory. (D.) 1239. 


Heart of the Rio Grande. (M. P.) 1546. 


Hands of victory. (M, P.) 3507. 


Heart trouble. (D.) 858. 


Hands of women. ^. P.) 6245. 


Hearts a'glow. p.) 920 (15) 


Hangin' round the fountain. (M. P.) 4046. 


Heaven can wait, p.) 4284. 


Hanging judge. (D.) 5683. 


Heaven can wait. (M. P.) 432. 


Hangman's noose. (D.) 1779. 


Heaven come Wednesday. (D.) 1787. 


Hangman's noose. (M. P.) 1528. 


Heaven is a circus. (D.) 1247. 


Hank's magic bottle. (D.) 1240. 


Heavenly daze. (D.) 3753. 


Hans Brinker. (D.) 103. 


Heberton house. (D.) 3754. 


Hapless heister. (D.) 717. 


Hebrews XI:11. (D.) 5112. 


Happily ever after. (D.) 2293. 


Hedda Hopper's Hollywood. (M. P.) 1547, 4048, 


Happy circus days, (M. P.) 3508. 
Happy days. (D.) 1241. 


4507, 5381. 
Held for treason. (M. P.) 4860. 
Helium shipment. (D.) 3895. 


Happy haven. (D.) 2454. 


Hell-n-back. (D.) 106. 


Happy hunting. (D.) 1242. 


Hello Annapolis. (M. P.) 2054. 


Happy is the bride. (D.) 1243, 5106. 


Hello, son. (D.) 1463. 


Happy landmark. (D.) 4280. 


Hell's playground. (M. P.) 5958. 


Happy medium. (D.) 3311. 


Hellzapoppin'. (M. P.) 431. 


Happy New Year. (D,) 5107. 


Heloise & Abelard. (D.) 4285. 


Happy pair, p.) 5040. 


Help make America strong. (D.) 1788. 


Happy Thanksgiving. (D.) 104. 


Helpmate. (D.) 107-109. 


Hara-kiri over the Pacific. (D.) 5108. 


Henrietta Abbott, spinster. (D.) 1248. 


Hard woman. (D.) 3750. 


Henry Aldrich, editor. (M. P.) 6247. 


Hare brained hypnotist. (M. P.) 5887. 


Henry & Dizzy. (M. P.) 3512. 


Harem scarem. (D.) 4281, 4282, 5109. 


Henry & Oscar. (D.) 2300. 


Harmony. (D.) 5684. 


Hep cat. (M. P.) 5382. 


Harmony hour, (D.) 1244. 


Her cardboard lover. (M. P.) 4049. 


Harper house. (D.) 1245. 


Her day in court. (D.) 110. 


Harriet. (D.) 2294,3751. 


Her first flame. (D.) 3755. 


Harvard, here I come. (M. P.) 430. 


Her husbands wife. (D.) 920 (16) 


Harvard vs. Yale. (D.) 3312. 


Her leading man. (D.) 6060. 


Harvest at Fort Rock. (D.) 6011. 


Her sable coat. (D.) 720. 


Hash in July. (D.) 2295. 


Here comes Mr. Jordan. (D.) 3851. 


Hate. (D.) 2296. 


Here comes Mr. Jordan. (M. P.) 432. 


Hats off. (D.) 6054. 


Here comes the bride. (D.) 3356, 


Hatteras honkers. (M. P.) 3509. 


Here comes the navy. (D.) 4720. 


Hattie Beecher, (D.) 3313. 


Here is Grant. (D.) 111. 


Haughty princess. (D.) 718. 


Here we go again. (D.) 112, 2301, 6248. 


Haunted rock. (D.) 4315. 


Heritage. (D.) 4286. 


Have a smock. (D.) 105. 


Hero is born. (D.) 5113. 


Have you got it. (D.) 5110. 


Hero of the night. (D.) 3756. 


Have you seen him. (D.) 2297. 


Hero worship. (M. P.) 2593. 


Haven't we met before. (D.) 2298. 


Heroes are made. (D.) 3757. 


Havin' a time in Havana. (M. P.) 4047. 


Heroes limited. (D.) 1789. 


Hawaiian war chant. (M. P.) 971. 


Heroes of America. (D.) 1790. 


Hay foot. (M. P.) 1543. 


Heroes of freedom live again, p.) 336. 


Hay foot, straw foot. (D.) 1246, 1785. 


Hero's award, if).) 113. 


He done her wrong. (D.) 1786. 


Herr Schicklegruber. [?] (D.) 1249. 


He fell in love with his wife. (D.) 4009 (10) 


Herring head. (D.) 1250: 


He grew to grow. (D.) 4717. 


He's 1-A in the army & he's A-1 in my heart. (M. 


He may be President, (p.) 6055-6058. 


P.) 973. 


He must be a voodoo man. (D.) 2299. 


Hey, dad. (D.) 114, 115. 



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DOS. 1-12, 1942 



Hil Neighbor. (M. P.) 433,974,4508. 


Home on the kitchen range. (M. P.) 4050. 


Hi-Y &. handsome. (D.) 5687. 


Home on your dial. (D.) 119. 


Hickery stick, if).) 721. 


Home to mother, p.) 5691. 


Hidden bomb. (M. P.) 4870. 


Home with father, p.) 5115. 


Hidden danger. (M. P.) 2614, 4098. 


Home work. (M. P.) 983. 


Hidden hand. (M. P.) 5888. 


Homer's home run. p.) 1254. 


Hidden house, (p.) 3758. 


Homestead proved up. p.) 4314. 


Hidden hunger. (M. P.) 2055, 4509. 


Homesteads of hate. (M. P.) 997. 


High & dry. (D.) 5688. 


Hometown, p.) 120. 


High command. (D.) 722. 


Honest man. p.) 1795. 


High-graders. (D.) 3837. 


Honeymoon alone, p.) 2306. 


Highroad. (D.) 116. 


Honeymoon in Miami, p.) 121. 


High road to doom. (M. P.) 4464. 


Hong Kong blues. (M. P.) 437, 1552. 


High wind in Jamaica. CD.) 1791. 


Honolulu Lu. (M. P.) 438. 


Highland caU. (D.) 117. 


Honor roU. p.) 1796. 


.^.ighlowbrow &■ other sketches. (D.) 1251. 


Hoofbeats to Arizona, p.) 5163. 


Highway, p.) 3759. 


Hook, line & sinker, p.) 3763, 


Highway of life. (D.) 365 (20) 


Hooray America, p.) 122. 


Highway sabotage. (M. P.) 3513. 


Hooray for Mrs. Umpleby, p.) 4722. 


Highways by night. (M. P.) 6249. 


Hooray for the champs, p.) 4952. 


Hi -ho Havana. (D.) 3316. 


Hop, skip & a chump, (M. P,) 439. 


FBwa [HUda] (D.) 5689. 


Hop, skip & jump. (M, P.) 984. 


HUlbilly blitzkrieg. (M. P.) 4510. 


Hope for a harvest, p.) 5692. 


Hillbilly holiday. (M. P.) 6250. 


Hope for his heritage, p.) 123. 


HUlbilly hoosegow. (M. P.) 6251. 


Horizontal position. (M. P,) 5393. 


Hillcrest house. (D.) 3760. 


Hornet baits the trap. p.J 1233. 


Hills of Bataan, p.) 4287. 


Hornet finds the fence, p.) 708. 


HUo Hattie. (M. P.) 434. 


Horse hairs. (M. P.) 6254. 


Hippo- submarine. (D.) 2302. 


Horse on us. p.) 686. 


His daUy shot, p.) 3761, 


Horse shoe nail, p.) 3271. 


His decisive choice. (D.) 723. 


Horse that hated horns, p.) 124. 


His honor wouldn't like it. (D.) 724, 1252. 


Horsehair bridle, p.) 6094, 


His last bow. (M. P.) 4590. 


Horse's master, p.) 5162. 


His name was Aunt NeUie. (D.) 1253. 


Hosea. p.) ^764. 


His own medicine. (D.) 3713. 


Hosenknopfaffare. p.) 3765. 


His rightful heritage. (D.) 3963. 


Host with a horn, p.) 6065, 


Historic Maryland. (M. P.) 975. 


Hot chocolate, (M. P,) 440, 


History fulfilling prophecy. (M. P.) 976. 


Hot dogs & lemonade, p.) 3317. 


History in the making. (M. P.) 977. 


Hot ice. p.) 1797, 


History of Mr. PoUy. (D.) 2231. 


Hot water hero, p.) 1255. 


Hit tune jamboree. (M. P.) 6252. 


Hotel for sale, p.) 5693. 


Hitch your wagon to a store, if).) 4721. 


Hotel Travers. p.) 1798. 


Hitler over Broadway. (D.J 2303. 


Hour of life, p.) 5694, 


Hitler sends a medal. (D.) 1792. 


House in Paris, p.) 4683, 


HiUer's plan. (M. P.) 5889. 


House of a thousand mirrors, p.) 5291. 


Hiya, Bud. if).) 2304. 


House of errors, (M. P.) 2060, 


Ho hum. (M. P.) 6253. 


House of Fourchambault. p.) 5349 (15). 


Hobby horse-laffs. (M. P.) 3514. 


House of gentle folks, p.) 5210. 


Hoiriger schoUische. (M. P.) 435. 


House of madness, p.) 125. 


Hold back the dawn, p.) 3841. 


House of mystery. (M. P.) 441. 


Hold'emjaU. (M. P.) 5383. 


HnuRP of Reynolds, p.) 3318. 


Hold that kiss. (D.) 1793,1794. 


House of stone, p.) 170. 


Hold the lion, please. (M. P.) 3515. 


House of Suzanne, p.) 1256. 


Holiday inn. (M. P.) 5384. 


House of whispers, p.) 2307. 


Hollow man's roost, if).) 6061. 


House that Charlie buUt. p.) 126. 


Hollywood detour. (M. P.) 978. 


House that Jack buUt. p.) 1116. 


Hollywood hush hush. (D.) 2305. 


House that Wack built, p.) 5116, 


HoUywood knights. (M. P.) 2056. 


House without a key, p,) 5117, 


Hollywood matador. (M. P.) 979. 


How does your garden grow, p,) 127, 


Holt of the secret service. (M. P.) 436, 980-982, 


How green was my valley. (M. P.) 2595. 


1548-1550, 2057-2059, 3516-3520. 


How high is up. (D,) 4723. 


Holy night. (D.) 5690. 


How Ignatius got pneumonia, p.) 6210 (20) 


Holy sacrifice of the mass. (M. P.) 4511. 


How spry I am. (M, P.) 2596. 


Home. (D.) 905. 


How the ear functions. (M. P.) 6255. 


Home came Hattie. if).) 4288. 


How the eye functions. (M. P.) 6256. 


Home for the aged. (D.) 3965. 


How to fish. (M. P.) 6257. 


Home from coUege. (D.) 6210 (19) 


How to hold your husband - back, (M, P,) 3521. 


Home from home, if).) 118. 


How to play baseball, (M. P.) 4512, 


Home front, if).) 3762, 5114, 6062, 6063. 


How to swim, (M, P,) 5385, 


Home front offensive. (M. P.) 1551. 


How to weld aluminum, (M, P,) 4513. 


Home in Wyomin'. (M. P.) 2594. 


How's your Spanish, (D,) 5118, 


Home is the son. (D.) 3274. 


Hub of the world. (M. P.) 2061. 


Home made courage. (D.) 6064. 


Huckleberry Finn, p.) 5119. 



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pt. 1, n. s., v. 15 



i 



HuU of a mess. (M. P.) 5386. 

Hullabaloo. (D.) 128. 

Human ballet, opera and circus. (D.) 2415. 

Human sailboat. (M. P.) 5387. 

Human slump. (D.) 3319. 

Humanity against Adolf Hitler. (D.) 1257, 1258. 

Hunchback. (D.) 725. 

Hungry wolf. (M. P.) 3522. 

Huns in Paris. (D.) 129. 

Hunter's paradise. (M. P.) 4514. 

Hunting dc^s at work. (M. P.) 2597. 

Hunting party, (p.) 1259. 

Hurdy gurdy man. (D.) 670. 

Hurled to the depths. (M. P.) 3589. 

Hurrah for the supermen. (D.) 3766. 

Hush-money. (D.) 2020 (4) 

Hymn dramatizations. (D.) 5695. 

Hyorky. (D.) 1799. 

Hypnotism: fact or fable, ip.) 1260. 

Hypocrites. (M. P.) 2735 (6) 

I ain't got nobody, (M. P.) 4881. 

I ain't talkin', (D.) 3767. 

I can't believe you. (D.) 2266. 

I don't trust the men. (M. P.) 2598. 

I don't want a doll. (D.) 726. 

I don't want to walk without you. (M. P.) 2599. 

I dood it. (M. P.) 5388. 

I got a little list. (M. P.) 5890. 

I got her in the maU. (M. P.) 1553. 

I got it bad Si that ain't good. (M. y.) 985. 

I have a relation, if).) 727. 

I hear you knockin'. (M. P.) 4882. 

I killed that man. (M. P.) 442. 

I live on danger. (M. P.) 5389. 

I love a mystery. (D.) 130. 

I love a parade. (M. P.) 4883. 

I love radio commercials. (M. P.) 6258. 

I married an angel. (M. P.) 2600. 

I met my Waterloo. (M. P.) 5891. 

I must be cruel. (D.) 3768. 

I ought to dance. (M. P.) 6259. 

I play Hamlet. (D.) 2451. 

I pledge allegiance. (D.) 5120. 

I remember you. (M. P.) 4515. 

I said no. (M= P.) 2062. 

I shut my mouth for Uncle Sam. (M. P.) 4051. 

I swear by ApoUo. (D.) 131. 

I walk the highways. (D.) 6066. 

I wanna be loved. (M. P.) 5892. 

I wanna foof on a fife. (M. P.) 2063. 

I wanna' go back to West Virginia. (M. P.) 6260. 

I want a nurse. (D.) 5121. 

I wanted wings. (D.j 3860. 

I was framed. (M. P.) 2600. 

Icarus had wings. (D.) 1800. 

Ice capers. (M. P.) 4516. 

I'd love to know you better. (M. P.) 5893. 

Idaho. (M. P.) 5390. 

Ideal husbands, (p.) 4289. 

Idler. (M. P.) 2173 (5) 

If he can fight like he can love. (M. P.) 2602. 

If he could speak. (D.) 4724. 

IE I didn't care. (M. P.) 6261, 

If I were you. (D.) 2308. 

If men had ears. (D.) 1801. 

If my mother could see me now. (M. Pc) 443. 

If the vine flourish. (D.) 3769. 

If this be freedom. (D.) 132. 

If widows must. (D.) 5696. 

If you build a better mousetrap. (M. P.) 6262. 

If you think it's so - it's so. (D.) 2309. 

Ignorance is bliss, p.) 1261. 

Igor Gorin. (M. P.) 2603. 



I'll be glad when you're dead you rascal^ you. (M. 

P.) 4884, 
I'll be waiting. (D.) 5294. 
1*11 be waiting, soldier. (D.) 3770. 
I'll go quietly. (D.) 5122. 
I'll never heil again. (M. P.) 1554. 
I'll write right home to you. (M. P.) 6263. 
Illegal trial of Jesus. (D.) 133. 
lUicit wealth. (M. P.) 3516. 
Illinois at war. (D.) 3320, 
Use Sinclair, p.) 1802. 
I'm a fool. (D.) 5697. 
I'm an old fashioned guy. (M. P.) 4885. 
I'm coming, Virginia. (M. P.) 2604, 
I'm going. (D.) 6210(21) 
I'm just wild about Harry. (M. P.) 444. 
I'm looking for a guy. (M. P.) 2605. 
I'm the sound effects man. (M. P.) 6264. 
I'm tired of waiting for you. (M. P.) 3523. 
Imaginary rehearsal of Old Man River. (D.) 1262. 
Immediate but not temporary. (D.) 5123. 
Immerati. (D.) 728. 
Impatient patient. (M. P.) 4886. 
Importance of being earnest, (fi.) 1370. 
Impresario. (D.) 1263. 
Impressions of life. (D.) 2310. 
Imprisoned in flames. (M. P.) 4097. 
Improvisation. (D.) 729, 
In case of murder. (D.) 3771. 
In dreams only. (M, P.) 4052. 
In for a penny, (f>.) 1264, 
In gay Havana, (D,) 2311. 
In honored glory. (D.) 730. 
In old California. (M. P.) 3524. 
In Robot Land. (D.) 3772. 
In search of a parent. (D.) 5698. 
In the black out. (p.) 2312. 
In the claws of the cougar, (M, P.) 4565. 
In the green wood. (D.) 134. 
In the limelight. (D.) 4009 (11) 
In the mood, (M. P,) 4887. 
In the shadow of God. (D,) 1803, 
In the sweet pie & pie. (M. P.) 986. 
In this our life. (M. P.) 2606. 
In time Si space. (D.) 135. 
In time to come. (D.) 5124. 
Incident in Bulbc^i. (D.) 4725, 
Incident on Broadway. fiD.) 4726. 
Income tax evader, (D.) 3773. 
Income taxes. (D.) 4384, 
Incontaminato. (D.) 4727, 
Incredible stranger.. (M. P,) 4053, 
Independencia, (D,) 1804, 
India. (D.) 5241. 
India the golden. (M. P.) 4517. 
Indian guide. (D.) 4728. 
Indian sign. (D.) 1805. 
Indian temples, (M. P.) 4888. 
Indian trouble. (D.) 5167. 
Indiana hay ride. (t/L. P.) 6265, 
Industrial safety, (L.) 5239. 
Inferior decorator. (M. P.) 3525. 
Inflamation please, (D.) 1806. 
Inflation. (D.) 1916, 5244. 
Information please. (D.) 731. 
Inheritance. (D.) 4850(16) 
Inner caU. (D.) 1265. 
Innerbottom. Setting up floors and longitudinals. 

P.) 2131. 
Innerbottom sections: Sub-assembly of a closed 

floor; sub-assembly of an open floor, (M, P,) 

1614, 
Innocent, p.) 4009 (12) 



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nos. 1-12, 1942 



Inside columiL (D.) 6067. 

Inside fightlog China. (M. P.) 5894. 

Inside fighting Russia. (M. P.) 4518. 

Inside information. <f).) 6050. 

Inside of arc welding. (M. P.) 2064, 5391-5396. 

Inside the law. (M. P.) 2607. 

Inspector -generaL (D.) 3321. 

Inspiration. (D.) 6068. 

Inspirational program, (p.) 1716. 

Insurance agent, p.j 5125. 

Into the sunset (D.) 2527 (16) 

Into the trap. p^L P.) 4571. 

Introduction to comfort. (D.) 6069. 

Intruder. (D.) 4009 (13) 

Intrusion to the past. (D. j 136. 

Invaders. (M. P.) 1555. 

Invasion. (M. P.) 445. 

Invasion plans for victory, p.) 3305. 

Invention of the first cog locomotive in the world. 

(D.) 1114. 
Inventor. (D.) 5866 (6) 
Invincible Amelia. (D.) 293. 
Invisible agent. (M. P.) 4519. 
Invisible enemy. (D.) 4277. 
Invisible man. (M. P.) 4519. 
Iron box. (D.) 159. 

Iron claw. (M. P.) 446-456, 987, 1556, 3526, 3527. 
Iron man. ^.) 4290. 
Iron peacock. (D.) 1266. 
Irons In the fire, p.) 137. 
Is there a God. (D.) 4971. 
Isabelle - friend of Victoria, (p.) 2313. 
Island god. (D.) 732. 
Island in the Carribean, p.) 5054. 
Island In the Rio. p.) 2343. 
Isle of Lafferoo. p.) 1807. 
Isle of missing men. (M. P.) 4520. 
It comes up love. (M. P.) 5397. 
It couldn't happen, p.) 1211. 
It happened at Kiev, p.) 5699. 
It happened here, p.) 5700. 
It happened in Flatbush. (M. P.) 3528. 
It happens on earth, p.) 1808. 
It Isn^t the heat, p.) 138. 
It pays to advertise, p.) 5104. 
It rains in Hollywood, California, p.) 3774. 
ft shall come to pass, p.) 2314. 
It will go through, p.) 2315. 
Item - one lover, p.) 4291. 
It's a beautiful day in America, p.) 4729. 
It's a bet. p.) 3775. 
It's a date, p.) 5126. 
ft's a dog's life. (M. P.) 4521. 
It's a mess, p.) 1809. 
It's a racket, p.) 3776, 3777. 
U's a sin to teU a Ue. (M. P.) 457. 
It's all in the book, p.) 2316. 
It's aU in the mind, p.) 1267. 
It's an art p.) 2317. 
It's got to be hot p.) 4292. 
ft's in the air. p.) 4293. 
It's in the stars, p.) 1268. 
It's no laughing matter. (M. P.) 4182 (5) 
It's the simple life, p.) 5127. 
ft's the woman who pays, p.) 733. 
ft's your choice, p.) 2318. 
Ivan the Terrible, p.) 2319. 
Ivanhoe. p.) 4294. 
I've got to get hot (M. P.) 6266. 
Ja da. (II. P.) 1557. 
Jack & JUL p.) 5701. 
Jack & JUL (M. P.) 2065. 
Jack Denny & Dorchester, p.) 2320, 2321. 



Jackass malL (M. P.) 4054. 

Jail hostess. (M. P.) 5398. 

Jam session. (M. P.) 1558. 

Jam today, p.) 5128. 

Jammin' in the panoram. (M. P.) 1559. 

Jap-A-Nazis. p.) 734. 

Japanese evacuation, p.) 4384. 

Japanese sand-bag man. p.) 4295. 

Jason, p.) 139, 1810. 

Jasper & the haunted house. (M. P.) 5399. 

Jazzy Joe. (M. P.) 458. 

Jealous. (M. P.) 988. 

Jean Faircloth Macarthur. p.) 1768. 

Jean-Mario, p.) 6210 (22) 

Jean's visit to Toyland. p.) 5129. 

Jeer the villains, p.) 2322. 

Jenkinsboro sketches, p.) 5702. 

Jephthah's daughter, p.) 735. 

Jerry breaks a date, p.) 5130. 

Jersey bounce. (M. P.) 4522. 

Jesse James, jr. <M. P.) 2608. 

Jessie valve, p.) 736. 

Jesus - nicht Caesar, p.) 1811. 

Jesus, not Caesar, p.) 5131. 

Jim. (M- P.) 459. 

Jingle, jangle, jingle, (M. P.) 5400. 

Jingles & tingles by melody mites, p.)' 140. 

Jittarumba. (M. P.) 1560. 

Jive comes to the jungle. (M. P.) 6267. 

Jivin' jam session. (M. P.) 4055. 

Joan of Ozark. (M. P.) 4523. 

Joan of Paris. ^ P.) 989. 

Joe Smith, American. (M. P.) 990. 

Joey & the swaUows. (D.) 1812. 

Johanna Balk, p.) 737. 

John Alden let me speak for you agency, p.) 5703. 

John Barleycorn. (M. P.) 1106 (1) 

John Doe. p.) 4296. 

John Ermine, p.) 3471 (6) 

Johnnie Volpe. p.) 5132. 

Johnny & the giraffes, p.) 1269. 

Johnny Doodle, p.) 1270. 

Johnny Doughboy found a itose In Ireland. (M. P.) 

4524. 
Johnny Eager. (M. P.) 460, 3529. 
Johnny get your gun. p.) 4297. 
Johnny Qulnn, U. S. N. (D.) 827. 
Johnny Scat Davis & his orchestra. (M. P.) 5895. 
Johnny's wife, p.) 6172. 
Joint custody, p.) 2323. 
Joneses, p.) 141. 
Jose IturbL (M. P.) 2609, 2610. 
Journey by night p.) 5704. 
Journey for Margaret (M. P.) 5896. 
Journey in Tunisia, (M. P.) 991. 
Journey to excape. (D.) 2233. 
Journey to Manhattan, p.) 142. 
Joy & gladness bringing, p.) 5705. 
Joy for a penny, p.) 1271. 
Judgment of men. p.) 4850 (17) 
Juke box jamboree. (M. P.) 3530. 
Juke Box Jenny. (M. P.) 461. 
Juke girL (M. P.) 3531. 
Julian, p.) 3778. 
Julio & Romiet p.) 143. 
Julius Caesar, p.) 6070. 
Jump fever, (M. P.) 2611. 
Jumpers, p.) 2324. 
Jumpin' Jupiter, p.) 2325, 4730. 
Jumping Jack, p.) 2326. 
June Spencer's monologues, p.) 5133. 
Jungle fishing. (M. P.) 992. 
Jungle siren. (M. P.) 4525. 



213 



INDEX 



pt. 1, n. s., V. 15. 



Junior army. (M. P.) 6268. 

Junior flying cadets. (D.) 1272. 

Junior G-men of the air. (M. P.) 2612-2615, 3532- 

3538, 4056. 
Jr. Lt. Pavlichenko-from Washington. (D.) 

5243. 
Junior miss. (D.) 1813. 
Junior opportunity parade. (D.) 144. 
Junior rural program builder. (D.) 1273. 
Junior wins a prize. (D.) 1274. 
Just a boy. (D.) 1814. 
Just a girl that men forget. (M. P.) 5401. 
Just a nice quiet evening. (D.) 5706. 
Just another man. (D.) 3779. 
Just as tho you were here. (M. P.) 6269. 
Just before day. (D.) 5134. 
Just beyond. ^.) 5707. 
Just folks. (D.) 185. 
Just in fun. (D.j 738. 
Just like Cinderella. (D.) 5135. 
Just off Broadway. (M. P.) 5402. 
Just rags. (D.j 2527 (17) 
Just sign here. (D.) 3780. 
Just to get married. (D.) 2527 (18) 
Just underneath. (D.) 5136. 
Just we two.. (D.) 3322. 
Just yell. (D.) 5708. 
Justice for all. (D.) 145. 
Justice rides the range. (D.) 2327-2331. 
K-9. (D.) 6071. 
K. P. serenade. (M. P.) 5897. 
Kahwaygo Canyon, p.) 1299. 
Kamraty. (D.) 2332. 
Karen, p.) 669. 
Kassiani. (D.) 3781. 
Katrin. (D.) 3782. 
Keep 'em dancing. (D.) 4731. 
Keep 'em flying. (M. P.) 462. 
Keep 'em holding. (M. P.) 2066, 
Keep 'em rolling, p.) 3377. 
Keep 'em rolling to keep 'em flying. (D.) 3323. 
Keep 'em sailing. (M. P.) 6270. 
Keep it clean, (p.) 6072. 
Keep shooting. (M. P.) 2067. 
Keep sweet. (D.) 4732. 
Keep them coming in. (M. P.) 993. 
Keep up with Joneses. (D.) 739. 
Keeper of the flame. (D.) 740. 
Keeping in shape. (M. P.) 3539. 
Keeping well. (D.) 3324, 3325. 
Kept husbands. (D.) 4298. 
Kerry dance. (M. P.) 2616. 
Key to a secret code. (D.) 1337. 
Keys to happiness. (D.) 5709. 
KhyberPass. (D.i 5137. 
Kickin' the conga 'round. (M. P.) 463. 
Kid glove kiUer. (M. P.) 2617. 
Kid sister. (D.) 5138. 
Kiddie culture. (D.) 1275-1278. 
Kidnapped. (D.) 3343. 
Kindled lights. (D.) 1815. 
Kindling. (D.) 365 (21) 
King & Conga. (D.) 5139. 
King of Cocos Isle, p.) 255. 
King of 49ers. (M. P.) 5898. 
King of numbers, p.) 3783. 
King of Rapids City, p.) 3235. 
King of Sicily, p.) 1279. 
King of the dark chamber, p.) 3471 (7) 
King of the Mounties. (M. P.) 6271. 
King of the stallions. (M. P.) 4889. 
King of the Royal mounted. (M. P.) 3653, 6271. 
King of the Western riders & that bucking bronco 
bay. (D.) 6073. 



King - queen - jack, p.) 5866 (7) 

King remembers, p.) 4216. 

King salmon. (M. P.) 2068. 

Kingdom of Inasmuch, p.) 6074. 

Kingdom on earth: what really happened, p.) 3784. 

King's garden, p.) 1816. 

Kings row. (M. P.) 2069. 

Kink of the campus. (M. P.) 994. 

Kisasszony ferje. p.) 920 (17) 

Kitchen quiz. (M. P.) 464; 995, 2618. 

Kith in the elf-folk, p.) 1280. 

Kitten, p.) 2333. 

Kitty Foyle. p.) 5140. 

Kleptomaniac. (D.) 4960. 

Klondike. (M. P.) 2619. 

Klondike fury, (M. P.) 2619. 

Knave of hearts, p.) 1281. 

Knife, a fork & a spoon. (M. P.) 1561. 

Knit one, purl two. (M. P.) 2620. 

Knitting machine, p.) 1282. 

Knives of vengeance. (M. P.) 4853. 

Knock on wood, p.) 3785, 6075. 

Kopronoff medal. (D.) 6076. 

Kraft music hall, p.) 3786-3819. 

Kreutzer sonata. (M. P.) 2735 (7) 

Kukan, the battle cry of China. (M. P.) 5403. 

Labor piracy, p.) 4391. 

Labor piracy in war industry, p.) 4801. 

Lackadaisical lady. (M. P.) 465. 

Ladies discover America. (D.) 5141. 

LaDuse. p.) 1817. 

Lady & the arsenic, p.) 760. 

Lady & the jewels. (D.) 2527 (19) 

Lady at war. p.) 1818. 

Lady Audley's secret. (M. P.) 5961 (2) 

Lady Epping's lawsuit, p.) 1485 (9) 

Lady Eve. p.) 3857. 

Lady for a night. (M. P.) 1562. 

Lady from abroad. (D.) 146. 

Lady from London, p.) 4299. 

Lady goes to bed. p.) 6077. 

Lady has plans. (M. P.) 1563. 

Lady in a jam. (M. P.) 4057. 

Lady in bed, p.) 6077. 

Lady in black. (D.) 6161. 

Lady in gray. (D.) 5142. 

Lady in red. p.) 2527 (20) 

Lady in the park. (D.) 4300. 

Lady is willing. (M. P.) 996. 

Lady Isabel of East Lymie. p.) 6078. 

Lady laughs last, p.) 1417. 

Lady makes a bet. (D.) 857. 

Lady or the tiger. (M. P.) 4058. 

Lady says no. p.) 6012. 

Lake Guns of Seneca & Cayv^a & eight other plays of 

upstate New York, p.) 6079. 
Lake of fire, p.) 1819. 

Lamia, Isabella, [and] St. Agnes' eve. p.) 741. 
Lamp at midnight, p.) 3820. 
Lamp of memory. (M. P.) 2621. 
Lamplighter's serenade. (M. P.) 4526. 
Land is bright, p.) 147. 
Land of golden empires, p.) 9. 
Land of the lost, p.) 5710. 
Land of the open range. (M. P.) 997. 
Land of the quintuplets. (M. P.) 2622. 
Land office business, p.) 1715. 
Lands End. p.) 1283. 
Lands of the Spanish Main. (D.) 268. 
Larceny, inc. (M. P.) 2623. 
Lascia fare a me. p.) 1820. 
Lash of tyranny, p.) 1284. 
Last command, p.) 757. 



214 



INDEX 


nos. 1-12, 1942 




Last exit, {p.) 6080. 


Liberty triumphs, p.) 1288. 


Last full measure. (D.) 6081. 


Libussa. p.) 151. 


Last glory. (D.) 148. 


Lidice, p.) 5145. 


Last in the world. (D.) 5143. 


Lidice, farewell, p.) 4305. 


Last man out. (D.) 3821. 


Lie. p.) 365 (22). 6210 (25) 


Last night's paper. (D.) 3822. 


Lieutenant & the WAAC. p.) 5715. 


Last of Mrs. Cheyney. (D.) 3866. 


Life & death of an American, p.) 1823. 


Last words mean sabotage, (f).) 5103. 


Life - blood, p.) 4306. 


Latitude zero, (DJ 3326. 


Life can be beautiful, p.) 152, 745, 1289, 1824, 


Latso Babbitt, p.) 3823. 


2336, 3328, 3827, 4307, 5146, 5147, 5716, 6085. 


Laugh. (D.) 1821. 


Life is pretty exciting, p.) 746. 


Laugh it off. (D.) 5711. 


Life of Brenda Blair, p.) 4721. 


Laugh, laugh, laugh. (M. P.) 5405. 


Lifeline, p.) 4308. 


Laugh your blues away. (M. P.) 5899. 


Life's shop window. (M. P.) 1671 (1) 


Laughter, p.) 742. 


Lifetime guarantee, p.) 4735. 


Laura, p.) 4733. 


Light a cigarette, p.) 2337. 


Laurel crown, p.) 6082. 


Light a faUen star, p.) 5032. 


Lavendar [1] & old junk, p.) 2334. 


Light against the sky. p.) 4309. 


Law & order. (M. P.) 1537. 


Light of day. (M. P.) 3540. 


Law of the jungle. (M. P.) 4527. 


Light of liberty, p.) 3329. 


Law of the land, (D.) 2527 (21), 3471 (8) 


Light shining in darkness, p.) 1825, 


Lawless plainsmen. (M. P.) 2624. 


Light that failed, p.) 3471(9) 


Law-suit, p.) 6210 (23) 


Light times for dark times, p.) 3330. 


Layette, p.) 4301. 


Lights fantastic. (M. P.) 354L 


Laying out smaU castings. (M. P.) 6272. 


Lights up. p.) 5232. 


Lazybones. (M, P.) 466. 


Like a star in the sky. p.) 3828. 


League of murdered men. (M. P.) 1525. 


Like father - like son. p.) 1826. 


Learn to live, p.) 4302. 


Like most wives, (M. P.) 2735 (8) 


Leather workers, p.) 1934. 


Likewise, I'm sure, p.) 5148. 


Leave her to heaven, p.) 149. 


LU & Lou of Camptown. p.) 747. 


Leave it to Jonesy. p.) 4734. 


Lilac domino, p.) 365 (23), 2020 (5) 


Legacy, p.) 6210 (24) 


LUy, PO 5866 (8) 


Legacy for a ghost, p.) 5159. 


LUy & de Lawd. p,) 2338, 


Legend of the birth of the V for victory, p.) 743. 


Lincoln & Booth & the river, (D,) 748, 


Legend of the first miracle, p.) 150= 


Lincoln laughs, p.) 5717. 


Legend of the northern lights^ (D.) 2510. 


Lincoln wins a^in. p,) 804= 


Legend of Wiwaste. p.) 2510. 


Linna Nordmann, p.) 3829, 


Lennie's locket p.) 6092. 


Lips sealed by murder= (M. P.) 565, 


Leo Reisman & his orchestra. (M. P.) 2625. 


Listen, p.) 5718, 


Let 'em go alive. (M. P.) 4059. 


Listen, boys— (M, P.) 6273. 


Let 'er go, Gallagher, p.) 1822. 


Literal translation of Egmont p.) 153. 


Let freedom swing, p.) 5712. 


LitUe Alabama, p.) 2020 (6) 


Let me off uptown. (M. P.) 467. 


Little angels of mercy, p,) 5719. 


Let my people go. (D.) 3824. 


Little Annie Rooney. (M. P.) 4061. 


Let not your heart be troubled, p.) 744. 


Little Bo-Peep & Little Boy Blue, p.) 5720. 


Let the chips fall, p.) 2244. 


Little broadcast. (M. P.) 5406. 


Let them stew, p.) 6083. 


Little co-ed. (M. P.) 4062. 


Let's be ready. (M. P.) 2070. 


Little Davy Lee. p.) 154. 


Let's do it. (M. P.) 2626. 


Little Dutch rniU. (M. P.) 4063. 


Let's face it. p.) 1285. 


LitUe Eden. (D.) 4736. 


Let's get together, p.) 3825. 


LitUe foxes, p,) 2339. 


Let's get tough. (M. P.) 4060. « 


Little general, p.) 5721. 


Let's learn a litUe Spanish, pc) 4303. 


Little gold rush, p.) 749. 


Let's play stage, p.) 3327. 


Little gravel voice, (M. P.) 3542. 


Let's scuffle. (M. P.) 468, 


Little Gypsy = (M, P,) 5961 (3) 


Letter at midnight, p.) 1286. 


Little heel, p,) 6086. 


Letter from a business man. p.) 3701. 


Little Jack Horner, p.) 333L 


Letter from a farmer, p.) 3702. 


LitUe Jew you can still blow your trumpet, p.) 


Letter from a foreign bom American, p.) 4237. 


4737. 


Letter from a housewife & mother, p.) 3703. 


LitUe Joe, the wrangler, (M, P.) 4890. 


Letter from a working man. p.) 3704. 


LitUe men of the vaUey. p.) 5627. 


Letter from an American soldier, p.) 4238. 


Little Miss Whisk, p.) 750. 


Letter from Bataan. (M. P.) 5405. 


Little NeU, the vUlage belle, p.) 4738. 


Letter from BrazU, p.) 5713. 


Little Olaf. p.) 2268, 


Letter from Karen. (D.) 5144. 


Little Orpheus, p.) 6087, 


Letter to the General, p.) 1287, 


LitUe pinks, (M. P.) 4476, 


Letter to Washington, p.) 5063. 


Little precious, p.) 1290. 


Letters from iiisan. p.) 6084. 


LitUe red schoolhouse. p.) 2340. 


Letters from the Yanks, p.) 5714. 


Little shadow, p.) 751. 


Letters to Lucerne, p.) 2335, 


Little Shepherd, p.) 5149. 


Le**te abenteuer. p.) 3826. 


Little shepherdess, p,) 5349 (16) 


*Leven thirty Saturday night (M. P.) 2071. 


Little slice of the rainbow, p,) 5150. 


Liar, p.) 4304. 


LitUe snow man. (M. P.) 4064, 



215 



INDEX 



pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 



Little sunset. (M. P.) 2735 (9) 

Little theatre. (M. P.) 2627. 

Little town in the ould countrydown. (M. P.) 5407. 

Littlest disciple. (D.) 155. 

Livin', lovin', laughin*. (M. P.) 998. 

Living ghost. (M. P.) 5408. 

Living is always dangerous. (D.) 4739. 

Loan stranger. (M. P.) 5409. 

Lobby-lobby. (D.) 3830. 

Local boy maices good. (D.) 4740. 

Local transportation. (D.) 4380. 

Locating holes, drilling and tapping in cast iron. 

(M. P.) 5419. 
Lockheed audition. (D.) 3831. 
Loco boy makes good. (M. P.) 469. 
London night. (D.) 3832. 
Lone journ-jy. (D.) 156,157,752,1291,1827,2341, 

3332, 3833, 4310, 5151, 5152, 5722, 6088. 
Lone Ranger. (D.) 158-173, 753-759, 1292-1303, 

1828-1853, 2342-2358, 3333-3344, 3834-3839, 

4311-4321, 4741-4753, 5153-5171, 5723-5730, 

6089-6099. 
Lone Rider & the bandit. (NL P.) 999. 
Lone Rider in Cheyenne. (M. P.) 1564. 
Lone Rider in Texas justice. (M. P.) 3543. 
Lone Star law men. (M. P.) 1000. 
Lone Star Ranger. (M. P.) 470. 
Lone Star trail. (M. P.) 5900. 
Lone Star vigilantes. (M. P.) 471. 
Lonely is my garden. (D.) 3345. 
Lonely outpost, (D.) 6047, 
Long & short of it, (D.) 3840. 
Long chance, (M. P.) 1536. 
Long distance calling. (D.) 2359. 
Loi^ is the way. (D.) 5172. 
Long lost rummy. (D.) 1304. 
Long may our laiid be bright. (D. j 1854. 
Longhorns' backtrail. (D.) 2354. 
Look this way, please. (D.) 4322. 
Look thou character, p.) 6100. 
Look who's laughing. (M. P.) 472. 
Looking forward. (D.) 5731, 5732. 
Loon Lake, p.) 4980. 
Lord Chumley. (M. P,) 2173 (6) 
Lord is risen. (D.) 174. 
Lord's golden youth's stewards', p.) 175. 
Lorenz & Larue. (D.) 2360. 
Loretta. (D.) 176. 
Loretta. (M. P.) 3544. 
Lost & found. (D.) 707. 
Lost chord. (D.) 4323. 
Lost horizon. (D.) 5173. 
Lost in the mine. (M. P.) 4570. 
Lost page, (p.) 1305. 
Lost triangle. (D.) 4754. 
Lost word. (D.) 2361. 
Louise of Louisiana, p.) 760. 
Louisiana Lou. p.) 3471 (10) 
Louisiana purchase. (M. P.) 473. 
Love affair. (D.) 3874. 
Love & lumbago. (D.) 5174. 
Love at first sight. ^.) L306, 5733. 
Lovebirds. (D.) 5626. 
Love demure, (p.) 5734. 
Love in a mist. (D.j 4324. 
Love in gloom, (M. P.) 1001. 
Love in the draft. (D.) 1855. 
Love in the Reich. (D.) 5735. 
Love in the smalls. (D.) 3346. 
Love is a song. 0^, P.) 5901. 
Love is blonde. (D.) 4818. 
Love is deaf, (D.) 1307. 
Love is not for sale. (D.) 2414. 



Love me as I am. (M. P.) 474. 

Love never happens to me. (M. P.) 475. 

Love on a week-end, (f).) 761, 

Love on the upbeat. (D.) 2267. 

Love on wings. (D.) 1308. 

Love pays five to two. (D.) 1962. 

Love says no. (D.) 177. 

Lovely Miss Linley. (D.) 1856. 

Lovely villain. (D.) 1309. 

Lovers' lane. (D.) 5866 (9) 

Love's spangled banner, (D.) 5736. 

Lucky legs. (M, P,) 5410. 

Lucky penny, Francis Scott Key.. (D.) 13. 

Lucky penny, Jane Addams. (D.) 12, 

Lucky Sambo. (D.) 4325, 

Lucky star. (D,) 1420. 

Lucky streak, p.) 1713, 

Lucky Strike means fine tobacco. (M, P.) 3545. 

Lullaby in swing. <M. P.) 2072. 

Lumber for the railroad. (D.) 3333. 

Lunch hour follies unit. (D.) 4755. 

Lure of the Islands. (M. P.) 4528. 

Lure of the surf. (M. P.) 1565. 

Luther cuts his eye teeth. (D.) 1210. 

Lux radio theatre. (D.) 3841-3874. 

Lynch mob. (D.) 3236. 

Lysistrata, 1942. (D.) 1857, 

Lysistrata unlimited. (D.) 1310. 

Ma, he's making eyes at me. (M. P.) 2628. 

Mabel at the beauty target. (M. P.) 476. 

MacArthur is the name. (M. P.) 2629. 

Macbeth. (D.) 6101. 

McFarland twins & their orchestra. (M. P.) 4891. 

Machine shop work - bench work. (M, P.) 5411- 

5415. 
Machine shop work, operations on the lathe. (M. P.) 

5416, 5417. 
Machine shop work, operations on the sensitive drill. 

(M. P.) 5418. 
Machine shop work, operations on the vertical drill. 

(M. P.) 5419, 5420. 
Mad-hatters, p.) 5737. 
Mad Martindales. (M. P.) 3546. 
Mad Mikado, p.) 4756. 
Mad monster. (M. P.) 2630. 
Madame Babylon. (D.) 4757. 
Madame Kling's. (D.) 3347. 
Madame Spy. (M. P.) 4529. 
Madame's new husband. (D.) 5738. 
Mile. Fifi, (D.) 3729. 
Madero of Mexico. <M. P.) 6275. 
Madonna in Greew»ich. (D.) 5175. 
Madonna of the shelters. (D.) 6102. 
Marchen vom schwarzen mann. (D.) 2362. 
Maestro di musica. (D.) 1329. 
Maggie McGilligan. (D.) 4326. 
Magic alphabet. (M. P.) 5421. 
Magic belt, (D.) 5154. 
Magic carpet. (M. P.) 6276. 
Magic flute, (D,) 762. 
Magic in the air. (M. P.) 476. 
Magic lantern. (D.) 178. 
Magic of magnolias. (M. P.) 1002. 
Magic of steam. (M« P.) 5422. 
Magnet. (D,) 1858. 

Magnificent Ambersons. (M. P.) 4530. 
Magnificent dope. (M. P.) 4531. 
Magnificent motherhood (D.) 1859. 
Maid in America. (D.) 1485 (10) 
Maid of Aberdeen, (D.) 6103, 
Maid of Orleans, ip.) 6104. 
Maid's night out. (D.) 1860. 
Maids of Athens. (D.) 1485 (11) 



216 



INDEX 



nos. 1-12, 1942 



MaU goes through. (M. P.) 4568. 

MaU trouble. (M, P.) 6277. 

Mailman blues. (M. P.) 6278. 

Main st. on the march. (M. P.) 1003. 

Maisie gets her man. (M. P.) 3547. 

Maisie was a lady. (D.) 3843. 

Major & the minor. (M. P.) 5423. 

Majoring in love. (D.) 179. 

Malse it your business, (f).) 4327. 

Makers of books. (D=) 844. 

Making a clay portrait. (M. P.) 4065. 

Malachuck pass. (D.) 4213. 

Male animal. (M. P.) 2073. 

Malta. (D.) 2370. 

Mama don't aUow it. (M. i>.) 4532. 

Mama don't want no music, (M. P.) 5424. 

Mama Nature. CD.) 79. 

Mamie Borden. (D.) 1861. 

Mamie's honeymoon. (D.) 2363. 

Mamme e patria. (D.) 1894. 

Man against the sky. (D.) 1862. 

Man & wife & other plays. (D.) 2364. 

Man for Washington. (D.) 3875. 

Man from Cheyenne. (M. P.) 1566. 

Man from headquarters. (M. P.) 2631. 

Man from Minnesota. (D.) 4758. 

Man in gray. (D.) 4759. 

Man In The Moon. (D.) 6105. 

Man in the trunk. (M. P.) 5902. 

Man in twelve. (D.) 5056. 

Man in two. (D.) 6106.^ 

Man nobody knows. (D.) 6107. 

Man over backwards, p.) 3348. 

Man possessed. (D.) 763. 

Manpower. (D.) 1917. 

Man to remember. (D.) 3867. 

Man under cover, (M. P.) 1529. 

Man who came back. (D.) 2020 (7) 

Man who came to dinner. (M. P.) 1004, 

Man who ignored the war. (D.) 180. 

Man who jumped overboard, ^.) 764. 

Man who married a dumb wife. (D.) 2527 (22) 

Man who never lived. (D.) 1311, 

Man who returned to life. (M. P.) 477. 

Man who walked to his death. (D.) 5017. 

Man who wouldn't die. (M. P.) 2632. 

Man Wilson. (D.) 2365. 

Man with a lantern. (D.) 6108. 

Man with the cloakful of holes. (D.) 2008. 

Man with two lives. (M. P.) 2633. 

Maltana is another day. (D.) 1863. 

Manpower. (D.) 3858. 

Man's angle, (M. P.) 4533. 

Man's boss. (D,) 765. 

Man's castle. (D.) 3844. 

Man's world. ^. P.) 5425. 

Many moons ago. (D.) 181. 

Many tanks. (M. P.) 3548. 

Maracaibo. (D.) 81. 

Marbles mark the flame. (D.) 1883. 

March of the nations. (D.) 6109. 

March of time, (p.) 2366-2371, 3349, 3350, 3876- 

3878, 4328-4331, 4760-4763, 5176-5180, 5739- 

5742, 6110-6113. 
March of time. (M- P-) 478-480, 1005, 2074,2634, 

3549, 3550, 4066, 5426, 5427. 
March on, America. (M. P.) 4067. 
March to victory. (D.) 4389. 
Marching as two were. (D.) 4332. 
Margie. (M. P.) 5428. 
Marlanna. (D,) 2372. 
Marie Zakrzewska. (D.) 5181. 
Marion James' mistake. (D.) 3351. 



Marooned. (D.) 2020 (8) 

Marriage market. (D.) 4850 (18) 

Marriage of the lanterns, (D,) 182. 

Marriage proposal. (D.) 920 (18) 

Marriageable Todd girls. (D.) 1312. 

Marry a million, (D.) 2265, 

Marry me. (D.) 2373, 

Marry the boss's daughter. (M. P.) 1567. 

Marseillaise. (D.) 4764. 

Marshal of Mountain City. (D.) 1839. 

Martes orquideas. (M. P.) 2635. 

Martha. (D.) 3879, 

Martin Eden, (M, P.) 921, 1106 (2) 

Martins & the Coys. (M. P,) 481. 

Mary goes first. (D,) 2527 (23) 

Mary Jane's pa, (D.) 2527 (24) 

Mary, Mary, quite contrary. (D,) 3961. 

Mary Sue. (D.) 4333. 

Mary Todd. (D.) 183. 

Mary's insects. (D.) 2374. 

Maryse. (D.) 184. 

Ma's new husband. (D.) 5182. 

Mashenka. (D,) 1313. 

Mask of Nippon. (M. P.) 5903. 

Masked man & the law. (D.) 168. 

Masked man's deduction. (D.) 165. 

Masked man's dual role, p.) 1830. 

Masked man's fists. (D.) 161. 

Masked man's friend. (D.) 169. 

Masked mountie. (M. P.) 4126. 

Masquerading the raider. (D.) 5061. 

Master of Palmyra. (D.) 1864, 

Master Patelin, solicitor. (D.) 6210 (26) 

Master strikes. (D.) 5270. 

Masterpiece. (M. P,) 2584. 

Masterpieces, inc. p.) 1865. 

Mastigophorus, M. A. p.) 3880. 

Match-maker, p.) 365 (24) 

Materia medica. p.) 31. 

Matrimonial, p.) 1866. 

Matri-phony. (M. P.) 4892. 

Matter of business, p.) 2375. 

Matter of management. (M, P.) 1006. 

Matter of opinion, p.) 6114. 

Matter of principal, p.) 3881. 

Maudie is perplexed, p,) 4334, 

Maudie's diary, (D.) 766-775, 3352-3356, 4334, 

Maw Collins, p.) 185. 

Maxwell House coffee time, p.) 186-191, 776, 777, 
1314-1319, 1867-1870, 2376-2378, 3357-3360, 
4765, 5183-5187, 5743-5746, 6115-6117. 

May I have the next trance with you. (M. P.) 2636. 

Maybe Darwin was right. (M. P.) 2075. 

Maybelle - mother of invention, p.) 4335. 

Mayor Slump & Marie, p.) 3361. 

Mayor of 44th street. (M. P.) 2076. 

Me & my shadow, p.) 3362. 

Me & Shakespeare, p.) 5188. 

:;l3altime hour, p,) 5189. 

Meat Si oil shortage, p.) 5242, 5783. 

Medals in Havana, p.) 5190. 

Medical corps, p.) 1717. 

Meek can have it. p.) 4336. 

Meet Lily Malloy. p.) 5292. 

Meet on Friday, p.) 5191. 

Meet the DUlys. p.) 2453. 

Meet the girl friend. (D.) 1961. 

Meet the Stewarts. (M. P.) 3551. 

Meeting in the rain, p.) 1886. 

Meinkrampf. p.) 1320. 

Mein zihn hut fligel. p.) 5192. 

Meine frau die hofschauspielerin, p.) 3735. 

Meine nichte - deine nichte. p.) 3882. 



217 



INDEX 



pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 



Meister von Palymra. p„) 1864. 


Miracle of spring. (Do) 780. 


Melodies old & new. (M. P.) 3552. 


Miracle on G street, p.) 1872. 


Melody in Maytime. p.) 778. 


Miracle twins. (D.) 4767. 


Melody of lile. (D.) 1321. 


Mirror, mirror, (D.) 5196. 


Melting pot. (D.) 3471 (11) 


Miser. (D.) 4768. 


Melvin brothers. (D.) 4981. 


Misguided mysteries, p.) 5197. 


Memo to Berchtesgaden. (D.) 1322. 


Misleading lady, p.) 365 (26) 


Memories of Stephen Foster. (D.) 3363. 


Miss Annie Rooney. (M. P.) 3556. 


Men. (D.) 192. 


MiSRjeanie. p.) 3363. 


Men & maids. (D.) 1323. 


Miss Lizzie's burglar, p.) 5031. 


Men & women. (M. P.) 2173 (7) 


Miss Molly, p.) 365 (27) 


Men in her life. (M. P.) 482. 


Miss Pitkinson doesn't like it. p.) 197, 


Men of San Quentin. (M. Po) 2637. 


Miss Randy's boy. p.) 781. 
Miss Sally's party, p.) 2382. 


Men of Texas. (M. P.) 4068. 


Men of the mountains, p.) 3671. 


Miss V from Moscow. (M. P.) 5905. 


Men of the sky. (M. P.) 4534. 


Miss Winfield & the willows, p.) 3886. 


Men wanted. (D.) 2379. 


Miss you. (M. P.) 2640. 


Men who keep *em flying. (D.) 251. 


Missing key. (M. P.) 5521. 


Men who won't talk. (D.) 1836. 


Missionary to America, p.) 6121. 


Menace of the Rising Sun. (M. P.) 2077. 


Mississippi gambler. (M. P.) 1569. 


Menaced by fate. (M. P.) 1552. 


Mistaken for an easterner. (D.) 2347. 


Menacing fates. (M. P.) 2542. 


Mistaken identity. (M. P.) 1503. 


Menacing herd. (M. P.) 3587. 


Mr, & Mrs. America, p.) 2383, 3887. 


Mendel und Mania gehen zu ein koncert. (D.) 1871. 


Mr. & Mrs, North. (M. P.) 486. 


Merchant of Venice. (D.) 1324. 


Mr. Blabbermouth. (M. P.) 4536. 


Merchant shipping & gasoline rationing. (D.) 4383. 


Mr. Bug goes to town. (M. P.) 1570, 


Merciful dawn. (D.) 5193. 


Mr, Celebrity. (M. P.) 487, 


Merely co- incidental. (D.) 4766. 


Mr, Cook's tour, p.) 5198. 


Merry adventures of Robin Hood, (p.) 193. 


Mr, Cupid, Amer, ambassador, p,) 3365, 


Merry Christmas. (D.) 1325. 


Mr, Godiva, p.) 1176. 


Merry-go-round of inflation. (D.) 4381. 


Mr. Hazeltine— murderer, p.) 2422, 


Merry-go-roundup. (M. P.) 483. 


Mr. Kettle's political career, p.) 4239. 


Merry madcaps. (M. P.) 1568. 


Mr. Lazarus, p.) 5349 (17) 


Merry widow. (D.) 3883. 


Mr. Morris finds a job. p.) 6035. 


Merry wives of Windsor. (D„) 3364. 


Mr. Pimples' dream & poem, p.) 1873. 


Merton of the movies. (D.) 3842. 


Mr. Pinkerton of Placerville. p.) 1738. 


Message for a minefield. (D.) 5057. 


Mr. Silver, p.) 198, 


Message from Bataan. (D.) 5194. 


Mr. Smith is proud. (M. P.) 3557. 


Message from Haifa. (D.) 2380. 


Mr. Strauss takes a walk. (M. P.) 2641. 


Messenger from Wake Island, p.) 6118. 


Mr. Sycamore, p.) 4769. 


Mettez une buche. (D.) 245. 


Mr. Tidd. p.) 2229. 


Mexican jumping bean. (M. P.) 3553. 


Mister V. (M. P.) 1571. 


Mexican spitfire at sea. (M. P.) 1007. 


Mr. Wise Guy. (M. P.) 3558, 


Mexican spitfire sees a ghost. (M. P.) 3554. 


Mr, Zero, p.) 5199. 


Mexican spitfire's elephant. (M. P.) 5429. 


Mrs. Cohen wants a fur coat, p.) 5200. 


Mickey's birthday party, (M. P.) 484. 


Mrs. Doctor Starrett. p.) 3888. 


Midnight cry. (D.) 3884. 


Mistress Mary, p.) 3366. 


Midnight king. (D.) 194. 


Mistress mine, p.) 5748. 


Mighty lak a goat. (M. P.) 5904. 


Mrs. Miniver, p.) 5749. 


Mikado. (D.) 4756, 5071. 


Mrs. Miniver. (M. P.) 3559. 


Mikado desperado. (D.) 195. 


Mistress Nancy Stair: accessory, (D,) 6122, 


Mike becomes a father. (D.) 3885. 


Mrs, Uncle Sam, p.) 5750. 


Mike's bed of roses. (D.) 779. 


Mrs. Yankee Doodle. (M. P.) 488. 


Milady literal. (D.) 6119. 


Mrs. Wiggs of the cabbage patch. (M. P.) 6279. 


MUdred Dilling. (M. P.) 2638. 


Mob. p.) 2527(25) 


Miles of dough. (M. P.) 4535. 


Mob vengeance. (M. P.) 1534. 


Milky way. (M. P.) 4893. 


MobUization of American medicine, p.) 4387. 


Millionaire's lust for money. (D.) 1326. 


Modern design. (M. P.) 1010. 


Mindin' my business. (M. P.) 485. 


Modern guidance plays, p.) 2384. 


Mind's innocence. (D.) 2020 (9) 


Modern match, p.) 365 (28) 


Mine eyes have seen Him. (D.) 196. 


Modern mellers. p.) 199. 


Minister's story, (D.j 5343. 


Modern Mexico City. (M. P.) 5430. 


Minnesota, land of plenty. (M. P.) 3555. 


Moffet's move, p.) 1293. 


Minnie the mermaid. (M. PJ 1008. 


Mokey. (M. P.) 2642. 


Minnie the moocher. (M. P.) 1009. 


Molidre's Le bourgeois gentilhomme. (D.) 1874. 


Minstrel shows with music, being At ease, (D.) 


Mollusc, p.) 1485 (12) 


6120. 


Money bomb. (M. P.) 566. 


Minute men. p.) 4337. 


Monkey business. (D.) 4770. 


Mirabeau. (D.) 5747. 


Monologues & duologues. (D.) 365 (29) 


Miracle at Dublin Gulch. (D.) 5195, 


Monologues of to-day. (D.) 4850 (19) 


Miracle in 3B. (D.) 2381. 


Monsieur le directeur. p.) 5201. 


Miracle makers, (M. P.) 2639. 


Monsters of the deep. (M. P.) 2078. 


Miracle man (D.) 365 (25) 


Montana murder. (D.) 4342. 



218 



INDEX 



nos. 1-12, 1942 



Moon is down. (D.) 200, 4338. 

Moon vine. (D.) 5751. 

Moonlight becomes you. (M. P.) 6280. 

Moonlight cocktail. (M. P.) 3560, 4069. 

Moonlight for Herbert. (D.) 4771. 

Moonlight in Havana. (M. P.) 5431. 

Moonlight masquerade. (M. P.) 1011, 4537. 

Moonrise on Powder Creek. (D.) 2357. 

Moonshine brew. (D.) 3657. 

Moontide. (M. P.) 3561. 

Moppet. CD.) 3889. 

More anvils waking. (D.) 1981. 

More fools than one. (p.) 4772. 

More than meets the eye. (D.) 201. 

More the merrier. (D.) 3890. 

More to be pitied than scorned, (D.) 4359. 

Mortgages paid off. (D.) 3338. 

Most likely to succeed. (D.) 4339. 

Mother, dear mother, come home to us now. (D.) 

3997. 
Mother Goose action book. (M. P.) 4894. 
Mother Goose enlists. (D.) 1327. 
Mother Goose is queen of the May. (D.) 3367. 
Mother Goose on the loose. (M. P.) 2079. 
Mother Goose's court. (D.) 5752. 
Mother Goose's household, p.) 5753. 
Mother had a daughter. (D.) 3368. 
Mother please behave. (D.) 4773. 
Mothers are monumental. (D.) 3353. 
Mother's day. (D.) 5754. 

Mother's day (The honorable hypocrite). (D.) 3891. 
Mountain dew. (M. P.) 489. 
Mountain house mystery. (D.) 5202. 
Mountain laurel, p.) 6210 (27) 
Mountain youth. (D.) 5866 (4) 
Mountie gets his man. (M. P.) 4914. 
Mountie's last chance. (M. P.) 4574. 
Mouse family's Christmas eve. p.) 202. 
Movietone news. (M. P.) 490-496, 1012-1017, 1572- 

1584, 2080-2085, 2643-2654, 3562-3570,4070- 

4078, 4538-4548, 4895, 4896, 5432-5445, 5906- 

5911, 6281-6285. 
Moving out of Minnie, p.) 663. 
Much ado about nothing, p.) 5349 (18) 
Mug town. (M. P.) 5446. 
Mullers. p.) 203. 
Mummy's tomb. (M. P.) 4549. 
Murder at midnight, p.) 2385. 
Murder at the ministry, p.) 5755. 
Murder blockado. (M. P.) 1527. 
Murder brand, p.) 4240. 
Murder by a diplomat, p.) 3748. 
Murder by invitation. (M. P.) 497. 
Murder by night p.) 684. 
Murder by proxy. (M. P.) 1532. 
Murder by request, p.) 1328. 
Murder by the law. p.) 653. 
Murder club, p.) 3892. 
Murder deferred, p.) 1943. 
Murder for profit, p.) 6093. 
Murder in the big house. (M. P.) 2086. 
Murder in Washington, p.) 3304. 
Murder, inc. p.) 3369. 
Murder mansion, p.) 1875. 
Murder masters, p.) 5726. 
Murder of Lidice, p.) 5203. 
Murder strikes thrice, p.) 5161. 
Murder trips a rat p.) 5102. 
Murder wears skirts, p.) 755. 
Murder while it rains, p.) 782. 
Murderous mirror. (M. P.) 447. 
Music - b4lL p.) 5204. 
Music master, p.) 1329, 1485 (13), 252-7 (26, 27) 



Musical portrait, p.) 207. 

Musical tours, p.) 204-207. 

Mussolini's nightmare, p.) 1876. 

Mustang Mag returns, p.) 4742. 

Mutiny in the nursery, p.) 3370. 

My Aunt Alice, p.) 2386. 

My brother is a hero, p.) 3371. 

My brother's keeper, p.) 208. 

My country, p.) 209. 

My darling Clementine. (M. P.) 5447. 

My dream, p.) 5205. 

My favorite blonde. (M. P.) 2655. 

My favorite song. (M. P.) 2656, 

My favorite spy. (M. P.) 4079. 

My Flag. (D.) 2387. 

My gal Sal. (M. P.) 3571. 

My great, great grandfather. (M. P.) 5448. 

My heart has wings, p.) 5818. 

My heart's in Havana. (D.) 5756. 

My lady's dress, p.) 365 (30) 

My late espoused saint, p.) 4774. 

My little cousin. (M. k.) 4080. 

My little grass shack. (M. P.) 498. 

My man Godfrey, p.) 1877. 

My melancholy baby, p.) 3893. 

My old flame. (M. P.) 5449, 

My shadow & L p.) 365 (31) 

My shawl. (M, P.) 2657. 

My sister Eileen, p,) 5206. 

My sister EUeen. (M, P=) 5450. 

My soldier son, p.) 3894. 

My sweet Eloise. (M. P.) 4897. 

My true love, p.) 783. 

Mysterious message. (M. P.) 562. 

Mysterious pUot. (M. P.) 939. 

Mystery at the library, p.) 1189. 

Mystery in blue, p.) 4775. 

Mystery of Madman's deep, p.) 5797. 

Mystery of Marie Roget. (M. P.) 1585. 

Mystery of the night marauders, p.) 5158. 

Mystery of the perfect throw from left field and the 

conga dancer's aunt, p.) 4340. 
Mystic map. (M. P.) 452. 
Mystic shrine, p.) 4009 (14) 
N, K, (D.) 1330. 
Naboth s vineyard, p.) 4283. 
Nadnye. p.) 6014. 
Nadocky. (M. P.) 1018. 
Nags' heads, p.) 4776. 
Name was Smith- (M. P.) 4081. 
Named to die. (M. P.) 1554. 
Naming of Pittsburgh, p.) 2248. 
Nancy Lincoln- (a) 1729. 
Napoleon & the floods, p.) 2388. 
Narrow bed. p.) 1331. 
Nathan Hale, p.) 1790. 
Nathan the Wise, p.) 1332- 
NatL anthem, p.) 210. 
Native land. (M. P.) 1019. 
Natural law. p.) 2527 (28) 
Nature takes its course, p.) 1878. 
Navy comes through. (M. P.) 6286. 
Nazi agent. (M, P.) 3572. 
'Neath Brooklyn bridge. (M. P.) 5451. 
Necessary sex. p.) 4777. 
Neck & neck. (M. P.) 2658. 
Ned Jordan, federal ace. p.) 2389,3375-3377, 

3895, 3896, 4341, 4342. 
Ned Jordan - secret agent, p.) 211-213, 784-786, 

1333-1337, 1879-1886, 3372-3374. 
Neighborhood warriors, p.) 787. 
Neighbors by appointment, p.) 3378. 
Neither shaU they learn war anymore, p.) 214, 4778 



219 



INDEX 




pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 


Nerve gas. (M. P.) 5516. 


No peace for the wicked. (D.) 5213. 


Net result. (D.J 3897. 


No place for angels. (D.) 3900. 


Nethercote HaU. (D.) 788. 


No place like home. (D.) 1345. 


Never love an actor, p.) 2390. 


No romance in your smil. (M. P.) 1596. 


Never yell at a lady. (D.) 84. 


No sale to the Axis. (D.) 4276. 


New co-ed. (D.) 6210(28) 


No secret stair. (D.) 3382. 


New covenant. (D.) 1688. 


No time to woo. (D.) 6083. 


New curate. (D.) 5207, 5757. 


No tuxedo. (D.) 5214. 


New day breaks. (D.) 4343. 


No woman can. (D.) 3383. 


New England town meeting. (Do) 1338. 


Noble lord. (D.) 920(19) 


New era in India. (M. P.) 5452. 


Nobody's widow. (D.) 1485 (14), 5349 (19, 20) 


New kind of magic, p.) 4223. 


Noces d'argent. (D.) 5277. 


New lamps for old. (D.) 5208. 


Noel. (D.) 216. 


New light. (D.) 145. 


None but the brave. (D.) 217. 


New maid, (D.) 1887. 


None so blind. (D.) 218. 


New order. (D.) 6123. 


North Jersey women at war. (D.) 5759. 


New princess. (D.) 4344. 


North Jersey's war of production. (D.) 5760. 


New recruit. (D.) 4345. 


North light nights. (D.) 219. 


New soldiers are tough. (M. P.) 4082. 


North of the Rockies. (M. P.) 2669. 


New teacher. (D.) 1339. 


North to a star. (D.) 2395. 


New woman. (D.) 1190. 


North to the Klondike. (M. P.) 3581. 


New world. (D.) 3379. 


Northanger abbey. (D.) 1892. 


N. Y. intrigue. (D.) 1340. 


Northwest mounted police. (D.) 3862. 


New York's finest (M. t.) 1020. 


Northwest rangers. (M. P.) 5464. t 


News from Chungking. (D.) 5209. 


Norway replies. (D.) 4780. 


News of the day. (M. P.) 499-508, 1021-1028, 1586- 


Not a ladies' man. (M. P.) 2670. 


1595, 2087-2094, 2659-2666, 3573-3580, 4083- 


Not for children. (D.) 1346. 


4092, 4550-4559, 4898-4905, 5453-5462, 5912- 


Not for good. (D.) 5761. 


5920, 6287-6291. 


Not in the contract. (D.) 2396. 


Next station is Killimuck. (D.) 5866(10) 


Not less than your best. (D.) 1347. 


Next stop Moscow. (D.) 5210. 


Nothing but nerves. (M. P.) 512. 


Next thousand years. (D.) 3380. 


Nothing can touch me. (D.) 1893. 


Nice going. (D.) 1341. 


Now is the time. (M. P.) 2096. 


Nice work, p.) 6124. 


Now that AprU's there. (D.) 1348. 


Nichevo. (D.) 3898. 


Now, voyager. (M. P.) 5922. 


Nigger. (M. P.) 3653 (1) 


Number is up. (D.) 711. 


Night before Christmas. (D.) 2391. 


Nursey. (D.) 62i0 (29) 


Night before the divorce. (M. P.) 2095. 


Nursing. (M. P.) 4560. 


Nightclub. (D.) 4779. 


Nutty news. (M. P.) 3582. 


Night club debutante. (D.) 789. 


Nutty pine cabin. (M. P.) 2671. 


Night club of 1950. (D.) 2392. 


O gentle sweet Harriet. (D.) 4781. 


Night in New Orleans. (M. P.) 4903. 


O, liberty. (D.) 3901. 


Night monster. (M. P.) 5463. 


'O miracolo d' o trarimento e Pearl Harbor. (D.) 


Night - music, p.) 4346. 


1894. 


Night raiders. (M. P.) 4123. 


Oars & paddles. (M. P.) 1597. 


Night ride. (M. P.) 509. 


Obediently yours. (D.) 1895. 


Night shift. (D.) 1342. 


Oberon the second. (D.) 2261. 


Night to remember. (M. P.) 6292. 


Obituary of an irreparable loss. (D.) 2397. 


Night visitor. (D.) 2393. 


Object: Matrimony. (D.) 6210(30) 


Night we met in Honomu. (M. P.) 510. 


Oblivion. (D.) 3902. 


Night wind. (D.) 5758. 


Observant observer. (D.) 6125. 


Nightmare. (D.) 1888. 


O'Connell's rosary & emancipation. (D.) 2398. 


Nightmare. (M. P.) 5921. 


Odyssey of the North. (M. P.) 2735 (10) 


Nightmare of a goon. (M. P.) 2667. 


Of famous memory. (D.) 1349. 


Nine o'clock women. (D.) 790, 3899. 


Of greater things. (D.) 798. 


Nineteenth hole of Europe. (D.) 5211. . 


Of men & the sea. (D.) 4379. ' 


Ninety nine point four. (D.) 2394. 


O'Feared. (D.) 3384. 


Nifios de confeccion. (D.) 5212. 


Off with the motley. (D.) 220. 


Nitwit's marriage. (D.) 3381. 


Officers' ward. (D.) 5762. 


Nix on hypnotricks. (M. P.) 511. 


Offset lithography. (M. P.) 3583. 


No boots in bed. (D.) 1889. 


OhI Adolf. (D.) 3903. 


No bowl of cherries. (D.) 791-796. 


Oh gee, oh gosh, oh golly I'm in love. (M. P.) 4094. 


No boys allowed. (D.) 1890. 


Oh gentle spring. (M. P.) 4561. 


No claim for saboteurs. (D.) 1881. 


Oh, Johnny. (D.) 3904. 


No escape from murder. (D.) 1778. 


Oh, Johnny. (M. P.) 513. 


No greater love. (D.) 797, 1343. 


OhI Susanna. (M. P.) 514. 


No greater power. (M. P.) 2668. 


Ohmigodess. (D.) 4782. 


No hands on the clock. (M. P.) 1029. 


Olaf laughs last. (M. P.) 3584. 


No jade shaU burn. (D.) 1344. 


Old acquaintance. (D.) 799. 


No laughing matter. (D.) 1891. 


Old Adam. (D.) 800. 


No matter what. (D.) 215. 


Old age security. (D.) 1937. 


No more gas. (M. P.) 2716. 


Old Bill Bean. (D.) 60. 


No news for the Gestapo. (D.) 5097. 


Old Blackout Joe. (M. P.) 6293 



220 



INDEX 



DOS. 1-12, 1942 



Old Chisholm TraU. (NL P.) 6294. 

Old Hank. (M. P.) 5465. 

Old home town. (D.) 4347. 

Old homestead. (M. P.) 4906. 

Old maid and the thief. (D.) 6126. 

Old maid's honeymoon, p.) 1350. 

Old man gloom. (D.) 801. 

Old man of the rainbow. (D.) 4348. 

Old man Wiggins takes over. (D.) 802, 

Old Mother Hubbard. (D.) 5763. 

Old news, p.) 795. 

Old oaken bucket. (M. P.) 2672. 

Old old story. (D.) 5866 (11) 

Old Pop Yale. (D.) 2423. 

Old Skin Flint p.) 803. 

Old Snoopy. (D.) 1896. 

Old woman's call. (D.) 754. 

Ole' Sunny & DevU Blazes. (D.) 3385. 

Olive Oyl & water don't mix. (M. P.) 2673. 

Olympus is near us. (D.) 4783. 

Omaha trail. (M. P.) 4907. 

Ominous warnings. (M. P.) 2057. 

On borrowed time. CD.) 1351. 

On heaven's doorstep. (D.) 2399, 4349. 

On parole. (D.) 221. 

On the Arizona strip. (D.) 3710. 

On the button. (D.) 4784. 

On the level. (D.) 2400. 

On the sunny side. (M. P.) 1598. 

On to glory. (D.) 5028. 

On top of the world. (M. P.) 515. 

On trial. (D.) 4463 (2) 

Oace for the brave. (D.) 1352. 

(tece upon a honeymoon. (M. P.) 6295. 

Once upon a time. (D.) 2401, 

One afternoon. (D.) 4350. 

One & one are two. (D.) 1353. 

One Betty Godfrey. (D.) 3906. 

One dangerous night (M. P.) 6296. 

One day in Lincoln's life. (D.) 804. 

One dozen roses. (M. P.) 4562. 

One failed to return. (D.) 5215. 

One foot in heaven. (D.) 3863. 

One-handed clock. (D.) 3905. 

One if by land, (p.) 4351. 

One in a million. (D.) 2402, 6127. 

One man's Venus. (D.) 5216. 

One Miss Godfrey. (D.) 3906. 

One more chance. (D.) 222. 

One night before Christmas. (D.) 805. 

One night stand, p.) 2403. 

One of our aircraft is missing. (M. P.) 5923. 

One of these, p.) 3386. 

One of these may please, p.) 5764. 

One single house, p.) 223. 

One star to follow, p.) 4785. 

One thrilling night (M. P.) 4095. 

One traveller returned, p.) 6128. 

One who came to Gettysburg, p.) 224. 

One wide river, p.) 3839. 

O'Neills, p.) 225, 806, 1354, 1897. 

One's a crowd, p.) 2404. 

Only a farmer's daughter, p.) 4738. 

Only road, p.) 5217. 

Only son. (M. P.) 2735 (11) 

Only way out p.) 3387. 

Only yesterday. (M, P.) 516. 

Onward - for St Mary's, p.) 807. 

Open door, p.) 3388. 

C^en letter to my son, by a mottier. p.) 5218. 

Open window, p.) 808. 

C^n your eyes, p.) 1898. 

C^ra cloak, p.) 809. 



Operation & adjustment landing gear clutch stilft 

rod. (M. P.) 4908. 
Opportunist & other plays, p.) 4352. 
C^portunity knocks, p.) 226. 
Opportunity unlimited. (M. P.) 517. 
Optimist, p.) 810. 
Oracolo, (D.) 1485 (15) 
Oranges that please. (M. P.) 1599. 
Orchestra wives. (M. P.) 5466. 
Order denied, p.) 1355. 
Orders from the coroner, p.) 5765. 
Orestes & Electra theme, p.) 5248. 
Orphan Nell, p,) 811, 
Orpheus, p,) 227, 4353, 
Otechestvennaia voina, p.) 4789. 
Other women's men. p.) 1356. 
Our battle, p.) 5766. 
Our citizen army, p.) 2368. 
Our first love, p.) 5767, 
Our lady of liberty, p.) 4354. 
Our living dead, p.) 6129. 
Our secret world. (D.) 6130-6137. 
Our wife. (M. P.) 518! 
Ours is the work, p.) 1899. 
Ours to hold, p.) 6138. 
Out of my house, p.) 812. 
Out of Singapore, p.) 1357,4355. 
Out of the beautiful nineties, p.) 4356. 
Out of the darkness, p.) 2405. 
Out of the past. (M. P.) 3518. 
Out of the rain, p.) 4786. 
Out of this world- p.) 1358, 3389, 5219. 
Outlaw guard- p.) 1298. 
Outlaw Point p.) 2344. 
Outlaws in war paint, p.) 3335. 
Outline of jitterbug history. (}A. P.) 2097. 
Outpost p.) 813, 6139. 
Outskirts of the town. (M. P,) 6297. 
Over here, p.) 3907. 
Over the coffee, p.) 4357. 
Over there, p.) 1412. 
Overhead posiUon. (M. P.) 5396. 
Overland maU. (M- P.) 3585-3590, 4096-4098, 

4563-4568. 
Oxydol's own Ma Perkins, p.) 228, 814, 1359, 

1900, 2406, 3390, 3908, 4358, 5220, 5221, 5768, 

6140. 
Ozark road, p.) 5236. 
Pa & ma - the news, p.) 3909, 
Pacific blackout (M. P.) 519. 
Pacific frontier. (M. P.) 3591. 
Pacific rendezvous. (M, P.) 2674. 
Packet of letters, p.) 1901. 

Paddy Callahan has joined the army. (M. P.) 4909. 
Page from Mr, Lincoln, p,) 166, 
Page the Lord, p.) 4787. 
Pageant of hist p.) 1485 (16) 
Paid with interest p.) 815. 
Painted white man. (M. P.) 4575. 
Painters' colic, p.) 5222. 
Pair of queens, p.) 3910. 
Pair of sixes, p.) 365 (32) 
Palacio triste. p.) 4850 (20) 
Pamela. (D.) 816, 3911, 
Pan American survey, p.) 5062. 
Panama Hattie. (M. P.) 4569. 
Panther's claw. (M. P.) 2098. 
Panurge's sheep, p.) 6210 (31) 
Papa is aU. p.) 1360, 3912. 
Papa Niccolini. (M. P.) 520. 
Papa's darling, p.) 365 (33) 
Paper doU. ^ P.) 6298. 
Paper says rain, (D,) 817. 



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pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 



Parachute athletes. (M. P.) 4099. 

Parachute nurse. (M. P.) 3592. 

Paradise mad. (D.) 818. 

Parallel similarity. (D.) 5769. 

Paramount news. (M. P.) 1030-1057, 2099-2112, 

4100-4120, 5467-5501, 5924-5934. 
Paramount travel pictures. South Amer. ser. (M. 

P.) 6355 (1, 2) 
Pardon my sarong. (M. P.) 4121. 
Pardon my stripes. (M. P.) 2113. 
Parent stem, p.) 4788. 
Parson of Fairfield. (D.) 158. 
Parted on her wedding morn. (D.) 4359. 
Parted sisters. (D.) 4009 (15) 
Paso una mujer. (D.) 5223. 
Pass the biscuits Mirandy. (M. P.) 2675. 
Passerelle. (D.) 1485 (17) 
Passport to peril. (D.) 3307. 
Path of perU. (M. P.) 4096. 
Pathltique. (D.) 5224. 
Patriotic ceremony. (D.) 819. 
Patriotic plays & programs for all grades. (D.) 

4360. 
Patriotic plays for radio & assembly programs. (D.) 

4361. 
Patriotic plays for schools. (D.) 5225. 
Patriotic war. (D.) 4789. 
Patriots. (D.) 6141. 
Paul faces the tire shortage. (D.) 5226. 
Paul Reverski. (D.) 1361. 
Paulina's aunt arrives. (D.) 5227. 
Pawn. (D.) 229. 

Pawn of the spy ring, (M. P.) 6315. 
Pay day. (D.) 820. 
Pay dirt. (D.) 1362. 
Pay to learn. (M. P.) 6286. 
Payoff. (M. P,) 569. 
Peace, it s wonderful. (D.) 1902. 
Peace manoeuvres. (D.) 2527 (29) 
Peace on earth. (D.) 4790. 
Peach bloom. (D.) 365 (34) 
Peacock lady, (D.) 2527 (30) 
Peacock throne, p.) 3391. 
Pearl Harbor. (D.) 230. 

Peckin'. (M. P.) 6299. ' 

Peg Leg Pete, the pirate. (M. P.) 521. 
Penalty. (D.) 6210 (32) 
Penelope over the sun. (dI) 821. 
Pennsylvania polka. (M. P.) 4910. 
Penny arcade. (NL P.) 4911. 
Penny serenade. (D.) 3864. 
Penny's worth. (D.) 1363, 
Pepper Young's family. (D.) 5770. 
Pepsodent co. broadcast. (D.) 231-234, 822-824, 

1364-1368, 1903-1905, 2407, 2408, 3392-3394, 

3913-3916. 
Perennial beau. (D.) 5014, 
Perfect catalyst. (D.) 4248. 
Perfect life. (D.) 5771. 
Perfect snob. (M. P.) 522. 
Peru at Peace River. (D.) 3683, 
Perilous pit. (M. P.) 453. 
Perils of a puffer. ^.) 5008. 
PerUs of Nyoka, (M, P.) 4912, 5502, 5503. 
Perils of the Royal mounted, (M. P.) 4122-4128, 

4570-4575, 4913, 4914. 
Periscope. (D.) 3395. 
Personal island. (D.) 825. 
Personal shopper, (D.) 235. 
Personality & your job. (D.) 3396, 
Personality! Pius. (M, P.) 2676. 
Pete Smith's scrapbook. (M. P.) 4129, 
Peter Ibbetson. (D.) 6210 (33) 



Peter Piper. (D.) 6210(34) 

Peter's dream. (D.) 5228. 

Pete's place. (D.) 4362. 

Phantom killer. (D.) 5727. 

Phantom killer. (M. P.) 4915. 

Phantom plainsmen. (M. P.) 4576, 

Phantom rival. (D.) 365 (35, 36) 

Phantom submarine. (M. P.) 523. 

PhU the fluter's baU. (M. P.) 4577. 

Philadelphia story. (D.) 1369. 

Philippine Islands. (M, P.) 4578. 

Phillip D'Amour. (D.) 6142, 

Philosopher's stone. (D,) 3917, 3918, 

Phormio. (D.) 6210 (35) 

Physician, cure thyself. (D.) 236. 

Picture fits the frame. (D,) 1783. 

Picturesque Massachusetts. (M. P.) 5504. 

Picturesque Patzcuaro. (M. P.) 4130. 

Piece of bread. (D.) 3919. 

Pied in crime. (D.) 1906. 

Pierre of the plains. <M. P.) 4131. 

Pig of my dreams. (D.) 4363. 

Pigeon patrol. (M. P.) 4132. 

Pigeons & people, p.) 237. 

PUlars of heaven. (D.) 826. 

Pink tights. (D.) 1370. 

Pinocchio. (D.) 4791. 

Pioneers of progress. (D.) 5772. 

Pip-eye, pup-eye, poop-eye & peep-eye. (M. P.) 

2114. 
Pirate. <D.) 3397. 
Pirates of the prairie. (M. P.) 6300. 
Pittsburgh, (M. P.) 6301. 
Place in the sun. ^.) 365 <37) 
Plane crazy, (D.) 1371, 4792. 
Plane goes off the beam. (D.) 1335. 
Plans for tomorrow. (D.) 2409. 
Plantation memories. (D.) 238. 
Plaster saints, (D.) 3471 (12) 
Play a day, p,) 1372. 
Play with fire, (D,) 5229, 
Playgirls. (M, P.) 2115. 
Plays for Americans, p.) 827, 5773. 
Plays for school children, p.) 4463 (3) 
Plays of America's explorers and founders, p.) 

1373. 
Playtime in Hawaii. (M. P.) 1600. 
Pleasant journey, p.) 6210 (36) 
Plot, p.) 239. 
Plot thickens, p,) 4364, 
Plunderer. (M.P.) 4182 (6) 
Plunge of peril. pA. P,) 2613. 
Pluto at the zoo. (M. P.) 5935. 
Pluto, junior. (M. P.) 1601. 
Pobyeda. p.) 4659. 

Pocket book of modern Amer. plays, p.) 1907. 
Poet, p.) 240. 

Points on arrows. (M. P.) 524. 
Police bullets. (M. P.) 5505. 
PoUyanna. p.) 6210 (37) 
Polo champions, (M. P.) 1058. 
Polygamy, p.) 2020 (10) 
Poor Butterfly s American sailor returns with the 

U. S. fleet, the marines and the air corps, p.) 

4295. 
Poor old Jim, p,) 365 (38) 
Poor rich man. (D.) 920 (20) 
Poor Richard, p.) 365 (39) 
Poor Richard has a word to say. p.) 1374. 
Pop Buttonback's birthday, p.) 1375. 
Pop goes the weasel, p.) 3398. 
Popular science. (M. P.) 525, 2116, 3593, 4579, 

5506, 6302. 



222 



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nos. 1-12, 1942 



Pork Chops gets a wife. (D.) 5774, 

Porky 's cafe. (M. P.) 1602. 

Porky's midnight matinee. (M. P.) 1603. 

Porky*s pastry pirates. (M. P.) 1059, 2117. 

Porky's pooch. (M. P.) 526. 

Portrait of a hero. (D.) 4365, 6143. 

Portrait of a woman. (D.) 828. 

Portrait of boy with ladder. (D.) 3920. 

Possession. (D.j 365 (40), 5349 (21) 

Possibility of second front. (D.) 5240. 

Post mortem. (D.) 6144. 

Post-office. (D.) 2020(11) 

Post-scriptum. (D.) 6210 (38) 

Post toasties time. (D.) 3921-3926, 4366-4370, 

4793, 4794. 
Postman didn't ring. (M. P.) 4580. 
'Postrophe 'n' company. (D.) 241. 
Potato patch. (D.) 3399. 
Powder town. (M. P.) 3594. 
Power plus. (M. P.) 1060. 
Practically Juliet, (p.) 3354. 
Prairie Gunsmoke. (M. P.) 4133. 
Prairie horned lark, the purple martin & the barn 

swallow. (M. P.) 1061. 
Preliminary hearing. (D.) 1257. 
Prelude to dawn. (D.) 3400. 
Prelude to Pearl Harbor. (D.) 1376. 
Prelude to victory, {p.) 2410. 
Preparing & setting a keel block & bottom cradle. 

^ P.) 1613. 
Prescription for plunder. (D.) 1780. 
Present for Miss Lydia. (D.) 1194. 
President's demand for action against rising cost 

of living. (D.) 5245. 
Pressure points. (D.) 4371. 
Pretense to homicide. (D,) 5985. 
Previous engagement. (D.) 796, 3401, 4850 (21) 
Prexy & son. p.) 1377. 
Pride & prejudice. (D.) 5230. 
Pride of Norway. <D.) 3402. 
Pride of the Yankees. (M. P.) 4581. 
Prince & the mermaid, (p.) 1908. 
Prince Chap. (D.) 365 (41) 
Prince Health conquers Germland. (D.) 5231. 
Prince of Denmark. (D.) 5775. 
Princess & the White Knight. £D.) 1378. 
Princess Lie Lie & the professor. (D.) 1909. 
Princess Romanoff. (M. P.) 4182 (7) 
Priorities on parade. (M. P.) 5507. 
Priorities unemployment. (D.) 252. 
Priority blues. (M. P.) 5508. 
Priscilla. p.) 6210 (39) 
Prison of jeopardy. (M. P.) 2059. 
Prisoner of Japan. (M. P.) 4582. 
Private Buckaroo. (NL P.) 3595. 
Private DUboy. p.) 3403. 
Private doctor, p.) 6145, 
Private John Brown, p.) 4463 (4) 
Private Snuffy Smith. (M. P.) 4916. 
Prize fight that you will never see at Madison 

Square Garden, p.) 4795. 
Problem child, p.) 242. 
Problem parents, p.) 2411. 
Procrastination, p.) 906. 
Prodigy, p.) 1910. 
Prodotes. p.) 2412. 
Professional jealousy, p.) 4372. 
Professor & the bomb, p.) 243. 
Professor Broadway, p.) 829. 
Professor Havermeyer. p.) 4796. 
Professor Pepp. p.> 5866 (12) 
Professor Theodore, p.) 4797. 
Prt^ram papers for today & tomorrow, p.) 5232. 



Prom nite. p.) 2413. 

Promise to avenge, p.) 4987. 

Promise to let me down, p.) 1208. 

Promised city, p.) 1911. 

Propaganda is poison, p.) 5647. 

Proud is the heart, p.) 244. 

Proud to be black. (D.) 3927. 

Psychopathic ward, p.) 901. 

Publicity wife, p.) 5233. 

Puceron de Barbebleue. p.) 5234. 

Pudgy boy. (M. P.) 3596. 

Puppets in Hades, p.) 4373. 

Purloined letter, p.) 1379. 

Purple & fine linen, p.) 2020 (12) 

Purple cat. p.) 4798, 

Pursuit of Pamela, p.) 365 (42) 

Pursuit of the phantom. (M. P.) 2735 (12) 

Puss in boots, p.) 5776. 

Puss n' Toots. (M. P.) 4134. 

Pussy cat cafe. (M. P.) 1604. 

Put a log on the fire, p.) 245. 

Put out the light, p.) 5777. 

Put-put-put, your arms around me. (M. P.) 4917. 

Putting teeth in the law. (D.) 4672. 

Quejo, the outlaw, p.) 666. 

Queen of Spades, p.) 3928, 4799. 

Queen of the Caribbean, p.) 10. 

Queen of the south, p.) 5778. 

Queen said no. p.) 2414. 

Queen Snow-drop and Jack Frost, p.) 830. 

Quest of the Alaska sealskin. (M. P.) 2118. 

Quicksand for a gambler, p.) 3341. 

Quicksand tells a tale, p.) 5164. 

Quinneys'. p.) 6210 (40) 

Quiz kids. (M. P.) 2677, 3597, 4583. 

Quod wrangle, p.) 365 (43) 

Quote unquote, p.) 3929. 

Rabbit catch, p.) 3404. 

Rabboni. p.) 1912. 

Race to Dry Creek, p.) 3336. 

Race with disaster. (M. P.) 3585. 

Race without a country, p.) 3405. 

RacheL p.) 4800. 

Rack 'em up. (M. P.) 527, 1605. 

Racket goes thru the wringer, p.) 709. 

Racket Town, p.) 4374. 

Rackets lose their leader, p.) 100. 

Radio bomb. (M. P.) 5938. 

Radio boomerang. (M. P.) 561. 

Radio doctor's advice, p.) 831. 

Ragtime cowboy Joe. (M. P.) 3598. 

Raiders of San Joaquin. (M. P.) 4918. 

Raiders of the range. (M. P.) 1606. 

Raiders of the West. (M, P.) 1607. 

Rainbo house, p.) 5235. 

Rainbow, p.) 3406. 

Rainbow rhythms. (M. P.) 2678. 

Raising the siege, p.) 1851. 

Ramparts of revenge. (M. P.) 980. 

Rancho Grande, p.) 6146. 

RanchoGrande. (M. P.) 2679, 5936. 

Rancho Pacif ice. p.) 5779. 

Random harvest. (M. P.) 5937. 

Range rhythm. (M. P.) 4919. 

Rare stakes, p.) 61-17. 

Rat poison, p.) 5987. 

Rationing of meat, gasoline & rubber, p.) 5246. 

Rations of love, p.) 5780. 

RaveU'd sleeve of care, p.) 832. 

Raven. (M. P.) 2119. 

Ravlin's. p.) 5236. 

Ray Fabing's versatile ingenues, (M. P.) 6303. 

Razzle dazzle, p.) 2415. 



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pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 



Ready money. (M. P.) 2735 (13) 

Ready to believe anything. (D.) 2416. 

Real performance, p.) 246. 

Really, doctor. (D.) 4375. 

Reaming with straight hand reamers. (M. P.) 5414. 

Reaming with taper hand reamers. (M. P.) 5415. 

Reap the wUd wind. (M. P.) 1062. 

Reasonable men. (D.) 833. 

Rebound, p.) 6210 (41) 

Rector*s wives. (D.) 1380. 

Red buttons, (p.) 4305. 

Red-'eyed vireo, black & white warbler & the Loui- 
siana water thrush. (M. P.) 1063. 

Red flash. (D.) 5237. 

Red gold. (D.) 247. 

Red lamp. (D.) 365 (44) 

RedpavUlion. (D.) 6148. 

Red Riding Hood. (D.) 3964. 

Red Riding Hood rides again. (M. P.) 528. 

Red River Robin Hood. (M. P.) 6304. 

Red room. (D.) 5268. 

Red, White & Blue Hawaii. (M. P.) 529. 

Red, white & Washington. (D.) 5781. 

Redemption of Jeremiah Pinchpot. (D.) 5782. 

Reed rapture, (M. P.) 2120. 

Reflected love. (D.) 1381. 

Regeneration. (M. if.) 5961 (4) 

Reliese [?] from beyond. (D.) 3930. 

Reluctant warrior. (D.) 2417. 

Remarkable Andrew. (M. P.) 2680. 

Remember Bud Jones. (D.) 4442. 

Remember Pearl Harbor. (D.) 1382. 

Remember Pearl Harbor. (M. P.) 3599. 

Remember poor Jim. (D.) 3931. 

Remember the Alamo, p.) 163. 

Remember the day. (M. P.) 530. 

Remember the night. (D.) 3847. 

Remote control, p.) 248. 

Removal & installation of alighting gear struts. (M. 
P.) 4920. 

Removal & installation of main wheel spindle assem- 
bly. (M. P.) 5509. 

Renegade, p.) 6095. 

Rennie. p.) 3407. 

Rent control, p.) 4388. 

Report to the nation, p.) 249-252, 834, 835, 1913- 
1920, 4376-4391, 4801, 5238-5246, 5783. 

Report to the people. (M, P.) 531. 

Representative medieval and Tudor plays, p.) 5247. 

Reprieve for a night, p.) 1157. 

Reproduction of the birth of Jesus, p.) 6149. 

Request for love, p.) 1921. 

Requested murder. (D.) 253. 

Rescue of Ted. p.) 3709. 

Reservoir for murder, p.) 712. 

Respite from romance, p.) 3408. 

Resurrection. (M. P.) 4182 (10) 

Rest haven. (D.) 2418. 

Rest of your life, p.) 3409. 

Return engagement. (D.) 3410. 

Return of Anatole Chevanic. p.) 849. 

Return of Orestes, p.) 5248. 

Return of Peter Grimm. (D.) 920 (21) 

Return to £den. ■ p.) 3932. 

Return to happiness, p.) 1383. 

Return to Skagway. p.) 1710. 

Reunion. (D.) 32. 

Reunion. (M. P.) 6305. 

Reunion in America, p.) 836. 

Reunion in Kansas City, p.) 3933. 

Revenge. (D.) 1384. 

Revenge for a brave man. p.) 6032. 

Revenge for an outlaw, p.) 4749. 



Revizor. p.) 3321. 

Revolt of the worms, p.) 5249. 

Revolutionists, p.) 4802. 

Rhumba rhythms. (M. P.) 532. 

Rhyme without reason. (D.) 837. 

Rhythm in the ranks. (M. P.) 533. 

Rhythm parade. (M. P.) 6306. 

Rib stitching. (M. P.) 534. 

Rich get richer, p.) 1922. 

Richest girl in the world, p.) 5250. 

Riddle for Mr. Twiddle, p.) 2419. 

Riddle of the Endless Cave, p.) 5271. 

Riders of the badlands. (M. P.) 535. 

Riders of the Northland. (M. P.) 4135. 

Riders of the West. (M. P.) 4584. 

Ridin' six white horses, p.) 5650. 

Riding the sunset trail. (M. P.) 536. 

Right face, p.) 4803. 

Right kind of girl. (M. P.) 537. 

Right to happiness, p.) 254, 838, 1385, 1923, 2420, 

3411, 3934, 4392, 5251, 5252, 5784, 6150. 
Right to live. (D.) 1924. 
Right to the heart. (M. P.) 1608. 
Rime of the Ancient Mariner, p.) 2421. 
Ring & the Cisco Kid. p.) 5610. 
Ring around a rafter, p.) 4393. 
Ring around Elizabeth, p.) 3935. 
Ring finger, p.) 2422. 
Ringer, p.) 3. 

Rings on her fingers. (M. P.) 2121. 
Rinso's Big sister, p.) 3936-3940. 
Rio de Janeiro conference, p.) 1918. 
Rio Rice, p.) 255. 
Rio Rita. (M. P.) 2681. 
Riot squad. (M. P.) 538. 
Rip Van Winkle's daughter. (M. P.) 4136. 
Rising Americans, p.) 5785. 
Rising flood, p.) 1386. 
Rising Sun strikes. (M. P.) 4465. 
Rittenhouse square, p.) 2423. 
Ritual of Royal rosarians. p.) 1925. 
Rivals. (D.) 6151. 
Rive de Loire, p.) 1387. 
River, p.) 2424. 
River Seine, p.) 5253. 
Riveting. (M. P.) 2122. 
Road builders. (D.) 266. 
Road closed-detour. (D.) 3941. 
Road closed for crime, p.) 1777. 
Road from Mandalay. p.) 4804. 
Road in India. (M. P.) 539. 
Road of life, p.) 256, 839, 1388, 1926, 2425, 3412, 

3942, 4394, 5254, 5255, 5786, 6152. 
Road to Arlington, p.) 4395. 
Road to Brooklyn, p.) 257. 
Road to freedom. (D.) 258. 
Road to happiness. (M. P.) 2123. 
Road to Morocco. (M. P.) 6307. 
Road together, p.) 6210 (42) 
Roaring frontiers. (M. P.) 540. 
Robespierre, p.) 1389. 
Robin Hood. (D.) 4396. 

Robin, woodthrush & the bluebird. (M. P.) 1064. 
Robina in search of a husband, p.) 365 (45) 
Rocco's reincarnation. (D.) 4397. 
Rock River renegades. (M. P.) 2682. 
Rock slide. (D.) 3238. 
Rock-a-bye baby, p.) 259, 4805. 
Rockin' chair. (M. P.) 6308. 
Rocky, p.) 5016. 

Rocky Mountain big game. (M. P.) 4137. 
Rodeo rhythm. (M. P.) 541. 
Rogues march, p.) 5787. 



224 



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nos. 1-12, 1942 



RoU out the barrel, (fi.) 260. 

Rolling along. (D.) 840. 

Rolling down the Great Divide. (M. P.) 2683. 

Romance, (D.) 3471 (13) 

Romance in reverse, (p.) 1213. 

Romance is in the air. (D.) 685. 

Romance of the willow pattern. (D.) 1485 (18) 

Romance on the range. (M. P.) 3600. 

Romance on wheels. (D.) 1927. 

Romancers. (D.) 6210 (43) 

Romeo & Helen, p.) 6153. 

Romeo & Juliet. (D.) 1809. 

Room for laughs. (D.) 5256. 

Room for rent. (D.) 2426. 

Room 31. (D.) 3943. 

Rosalie has plans. (D.) 6154. 

Rose Ann of Charing Cross. (D.) 6155. 

Rose o'Day, (D.) 1928. 

Rose o'Day. (M. P.) 542. 

Rose of liberty. (D.) 3413. 

Rose of the rancho. (D.) 3471 (14) 

Rose of the rancho. (M. P.) 4182 (8) 

Rosey. (D.) 841. 

Rosier (Le). (D.) 261. 

Rough facing, boring & turning a shoulder on a ver- 
tical turret lathe. (M. P.) 543. 

Rough facing, turning & drilling on a vertical turret 
lathe. (M. P.) 544. 

Round trip to Michigan. (D.) 6013. 

Rounded world. (D.) 5257. 

Rout of the Sabotots. (D.) 1390. 

Rover's big chance. (M. P.) 5510. 

Row that rowboat. (M. P.) 4585. 

Royal flush. (D.) 3414. 

Royal mounted patrol. (M. P.) 545. 

Roxie Hart. (M. P.) 1609. 

Rubber racketeers. (M. P.) 4586. 

Rubber situation. (D.) 5240. 

Rubies in pawn. (D.) 262, 5804. 

Ruby gets Jack. (D.) 3415. 

Rudyard Kipling's jungle book. (M. P.) 2124. 

Rufus comes to town. (D.) 5258. 

Rumba. (M. P.) 1065. 

Rumors. (D.) 835. 

Rumple tumple time. (D.) 2427. 

Runaway temper. (D.) 842. 

Rural prc^ram builder. (D.) 1391. 

Russian people. (D.) 6156. 

Russian soul. (D.) 6157. 

Russians stand to hold Stalingrad; scenes from They 
were expendable. (D.) 5246. 

Ruza Forest. (D.) 5792. 

SOS coast guard. (M. P.) 2684. 

Sabotage squad. (M. P.) 4587. 

Sabotaging the saboteur. (D.) 5095. 

Saboteur. (M. P.) 2685. 

Sack-'em-up. (D.) 3416, 

Sacred love. (D.) 5788. 

Sadie Hawkins day. (M. P.) 5511. 

Sadie Love. (D.) 4850 (22) 

Sadie socks the saboteurs. (D.) 3417. 

Safety at play. (M. P.) 546. 

Safety is a weapon, (p.) 5789. 

Sagebrush law. (M. P.) 6309. 

SaUboat in the sky. (M. P.) 2125. 

Sailor with the navy blue eyes. (M. P.) 5512. 

Sailors. (D.) 267. 

Sailor's wife. (D.) 2428. 

Sails at dawn. (D.) 263. 

St. James infirmary. (M. P.) 3601. 

St. Louis blues. (D.) 2429. 

Salad days. (D.) 1929. 

SaUy & the villain. (D.) 5051. 



Sally decides. (D.) 5259, 

Salome. (D.) 6158. 

Saloon bar. (D.) 3418. 

Salt in the stew. (D.) 5790. 

Salute to the Flag. (D.) 1930. 

Samson. (M. P.) 2173 (8) 

SanDemetrio. p.) 5260. 

San Salvador. (M. P.) 6310. 

Sanctuary. (D.) 2430. 

Sanding. (D.) 5791. 

Santa locked out. (D.) 5261. 

Sappy birthday. (M. P.) 1610. 

Saps in chaps. (M. P.) 2686. 

Sarah Siddons. (D.) 1392. 

Sari. (D.) 2020 (13) 

Satan. (D.) 365 (46) 

Satan fires the fuse. (M= P.) 3535. 

Satanl Pull up a chair. (D.) 843. 

Satanic sabotage. (M. P.) 3536. 

Saved by a dish of cranberry sauce, p.) 104. 

Saved by the belle, p.) 5262. 

Saviours. (D.) 3944. 

Scapegoat, p.) 4737. 

Scattergood rides high. (M. P.) 3602, 

Scenes for student actors, p.) 3945. 

Scenes from Last train from Berlin, p.) 5245. 

School act. p.) 1393. 

School for ranchers, p.) 759. 

School keeps, p.) 1181. 

School of the air of the Americas. Americans at 

work. (D.) 264-267, 844, 1931-1935, 4398. 
School of the air of the Americas. New Horizons. 

(D.) 268. 
School of the air of the Americas. Tales from far 

& near. (D.; 1936. 
School of the air of the Americas. This living world, 

p.) 269-271, 845, 1937. 
School's out. p.) 1938. 
Science Hill, p.) 4806. 
Scorpion strangled. (M. P.) 399. 
Scourge of revenge. (M. P.) 2548. 
Scourge of the Orient. (M. P.) 6314. 
Scrap the Japs. (M. P.) 6311. 
Scrapes of Scrappy, p.) 3419. 
Scraping flat surfaces. (M. P.) 5412. 
Scrappy - alias Nina the dressmaker, p.) 6159. 
Screen snapshots. (M. P.) 547-550, 1066, 1067, 

2126, 3603, 5513, 6312. 
Sculptor of dreams. (D.) 1394. 
Sea spy strikes. (M. P.) 5517. 
Sealed in silence. (M. P.) 3520. 
Search, p.) 846. 
Search for sabotage. (D.) 3372. 
Seaside porch, p.) 5263. 
Season of happiness, p.) 1395. 
Seasoned timber, p.) 272. 
Second sight, p.) 1188. 
Second-story swap shop, p.) 2431. 
Second wind, p.) 3420. 
Secret A gents, p.) 1939. 
Secret agent, p.) 5264. 
Secret agent of Japan. (M. P.) 2687. 
Secret code. (M. P.) 5514-5521,5938,5939,6313- 

6317. 
Secret code smashed, (M. P.) 6317. 
Secret door. (M. P.) 1545. 
Secret enemies. (M, P.) 5940. 
Secret legion, p.) 1940, 1941. 
Secret meeting. (M. P.) 557. 
Secret of the fjord. (M. P.) 2127. 
Secret passage to death. (D.) 130. 
Secret song, p.) 1942. 
Secret understanding, p.) 4399. 



225 



INDEX 



pt. 1, n. 



V. 15 



Secret weapon. (D.) 5792. 

Secrets. (M. P.) 2128. 

Seed & the soU. (D.) 5265. 

Seeing eye sinks a sub. (D.) 1333. 

Sego lilies. (D.) 1735. 

Seinkampf. (D.) 6160. 

Self-defense. (M. P.) 4588. 

Self portrait. (D.) 5793. 

Self-reliance in dressing. (D.) 5794. 

Semaphores. (M. P.) 1611. 

Send out Thy light, (p.) 4400, 5795. 

Seflor Daring Yank. (D.) 2432-2436. 

Sentenced to a pension. (D.) 5266. 

Sentinels. (D.) 5267. 

Separate rooms, p.) 3946. 

Separation. (D.) 3947. 

Serbian blood. (D.) 4401. 

Serenade in swing. (M. P.) 4921. 

Serenade to an heiress. (D.) 1396. 

Serita. (D.) 4807. 

Servicing landing gear struts & nose wheel shimmy 

damper. (M. P.) 4922. 
Set a thief. (Di) 1844. 
Set a thief to catch a thief . (D.) 5156. 
Setting a transverse watertight bulkhead into the 

hull. (M. P.) 2129. 
Setting the pace. (M. P.) 2688. 
Service club. (D.) 4402. 
Sevastopol, if).) 4808. 
Seven at sixes. (D.) 273. 
Seven beers with the wrong woman. (M. P.) - 

551. 
Seven Christmas stockings. (D.) 4809. 
Seven day bk. (D.) 672. 
Seven days' leave. (M. P.) 6318. 
Seven is the point. (D.) 4810. 
Seven keys to Baldpate. (D.) 920 (22) 
Seven sweethearts. (M. P.) 4589. 
Seven sweets & seven sours. (D.) 274. 
Seven to one. (D.) 4403. 
Seven up. (D.) 5796. 
Seven with one blow. (D.) 3948. 
Seven years hence. (D.) 3421. 
Seventeen. (D.) 3267. 
Seventh day. (D.) 1180. 
Seventh man. (D.) 1397. 

76 Jessf ield road. (D.) 3949. 

77 Quaker st. (D.) 4404. 
Seventy times seven. (D.) 847. 
Sex hygiene. (M. P.) 1068. 

Shadow. (D.) 275-279, 848-851, 1398-1401, 1943, 

5268-5271, 5797-5800, 6161-6164. 
Shadow of the cross. (D.) 1402. 
Shadow of the swastika. (M. P.) 5515. 
Shadow on the rock. (D.) 3375. 
Shadow over dawn, p.) 852. 
Shadows. (D.) 3950. 
Shadows in the night. (D.) 1944. 
Shadows on the sage. (M. P.) 4923. 
Shady side. (D.) 5272. 
Shaft of doom. (M. P.) 446. 
Shall Troy fall. (D.j 2437. 
Sham battle shenanigans. CM. P.) 2130. 
Shanghai gesture. (M. P.) 1069. 
Shareholder Molly. (D.) 280, 
Sharing the work. (D.) 5801. 
Sharp Tooth the wolf. (D.) 3422. 
She asked for it. (D.) 5802. 
She could not tell. (D.) 5273. 
She didn't believe. (D.) 1403. 
She don't wanna. (M. P.) 1612. 
She lived ' next door to a firehouse. (M. P.) 

1070. 



She lost it on Burma road. (D.) 5803. 

She told it to the marines, p.) 4405. 

She will never die. (D.) 5804. 

Sheik. (M. P.) 5522. 

Sheilah. (D.) 6210 (44) 

Shell fire brides. (D.) 2438. 

Shells of evU. (M. P.) 2543. 

Shenandoah. (D.) 5274. 

•Shepherd of the Ozarks. (M. P.) 2689. 

Sherlock Holmes & the secret weapon. (M. P.) 4924. 

Sherlock Holmes & the Voice of terror. (M. P.) 

4590. 
Sherlock Holmes in Washington. (M. P.) 5523. 
She's a soldier's sweetheart. (D.) 5275. 
She's in the army. (M. P.) 4138. 
She's my wife, (p.) 281. 
She's oil mine. (M. P.) 3604. 
Shhh, it's a military secret. (M. P.) 4591. 
Shine. (M. P.) 4592. 
Ship ahoy. (M. P.) 2690. 
Ship 1(% talks. (M. P.) 451. 
Ship south. (D.) 853. 

Shipbuilding skills. (M. P.) 1613-1617, 2131-2134. 
Ships with wings. (M. P.) 4593. 
Shop drawings. (M. P.) 4594, 4595. 
Shop windows. (D.) 3951. 
Short divorce. (D.) 5276. 
Short of murder. (D,) 1404. 
Short plays about famous authors. (D.) 5349 (22) 
Short wave. (D.) 4811. 
Should a mother telL (M. P.) 5961 (5) 
Show dogs. (M. P.) 552. 
Show parade. (D.) 1945. 
Show shop. (D.) 4850 (23) 
Show your colors. (D.) 3423. 
Showdown at Sawtooth. (D.) 2439. 
Shreds & patches from GUbert & Sullivan. (D.) 5805. 
Shrine of St. Cecelia. (M. P.) 2135. 
Shuffle rhythm. (M. P.) 1618. 
Shunammlte. (D.) 4812. 
Shushan publicity. (D.) 282. 
Shut my big mouth. (M. P.) 1071. 
Shy Anne from old Cheyenne. (M. P.) 4139. 
Shylock's dai^hter. (D.) 283. 
Sicilian. (D.) 6210 (45) 
Sick & the well. (D.) 4319. 
Sickmakings. (D.) 284-286. 
Side frames; Sub-assembly of a web frame. (M. P.) 

1615, 
Sight unseen, p.) 5984. 
Sign of the swastika, p.) 6098. 
Sign of victory, p.) 1946. 
Signal man, p.) 2440. 
Silent house. (D,) 5069. 
Silver bullet, p.) 1405. 
Silver bullet. (M. P.) 4140. 
Silver dollar. (D.) 4750. 
Silver races steam, p.) 1296. 
Silver skates, p.) 103. 
Silver spoon. (M. P.) 6249. 
Silver summons, p.) 1292. 
Silver weddii^. p.) 5277. 
Silver wings. (M. P.) 5941. 
Silverheels, p.) 2237. 
Simpleton, p.) 5806. 
Sin, (M. P.) 5961 (6) 
Sin Town. (M, P.) 5524. 
Sincere hypocrites, p.) 287, 
Sing for your supper. (M, P.) 1072, 
Sing with WUlie Singer, p.) 4406, 
Sing your worries away, (M. P.) 1073. 
Singing cat. p.) 5807. 
Singing ghost. (D.) 4813. 



226 



INDEX 



nos. 1-12, 1942 



Singing giggUo. p.J 1947. 


Socrates. (D.) 4818. 


Single man. (D.) 1485 (19) 


Soft Satan. (D.) 1410. 


Sinking the Rising Sun. (M. P.) 4862. 


Soil under thy feet, p.) 4819. 


Sinner kissed an angel. (M. P.) 1074. 


Soldiers in white. (M. P.) 2140. 


Sinners. (D.) 920 (23) 


Soldier's sweetheart. (M. P.) 4598. 


Sins of the father, (D.) 5349 (23) 


Soliloquy with death, p.) 2443. 


Siss boom Barbara Brown. (M. P.) 6319. 


Solomon & Balkis. p.) 1411. 


Sister Maggie makes the grade. (D.) 1406. 


Solomon Islands, p.) 5241. 


Sisters under the skin. (D.) 4407. 


Some more of Samoa. (M. P.) 554. 


Six hits & a miss. (M. P.) 5942. 


Some of these days. (M. P.) 2692. 


Six plays. (D.) 4814. 


Some women were talking, p.) 4411. 


Six weeks in the month of August. (D.) 854. 


Somebody else is taking my place. (M. P.) 2693. 


Sixteen famous British plays, p.) 1948. 


Somebody nobody loves. (M. P.) 2694. 


Skeleton out of the past. (D.) 1234. 


Someone you know, p.) 5811. 


Sketchology. (D.) 5808. 


Someone's rocking my dreamboat. (M. P.) 2695. 


Skin of our teeth. (D.) 1407, 5278. 


Something in the air. p.) 5812. 


Skunk song. (M. P.) 2136. 


Something nude & something different, p.) 6166. 


Sky chief. (D.) 4815. 


Something olde, something true, p.) 2444. 


Sky pastures. (M. P.) 1619. 


Something stinks in Denmark, p.) 2303. 


Sky princess. (M. P.) 2137. 


Sometimes. (M. P.) 2696. 


Sky terror. (M. P.) 2545. 


Somewhere I'll find you. (M. P.) 4599. 


Sky trooper. (M. P.) 5525. 


Son of Don Juan, p.) 5813. 


Skylark. (D.) 1408, 3852. 


Son of fury. (M. P.) 3606. 


Skylark. (M. P.) 4141. 


Son of God. p.) 1689. 


Skylarkers. (D.) 6165. 


Song bird, p.) 2020 (14) 


Slanderous Mrs. Ames. (D.) 288. 


Song for Uncle Sam. p.) 3355. 


Sleepwalker. (Mo P.) 4142. 


Song of hate. (M. P.) 5961 (7) 


Sleeper jump. (D.) 3952. 


Song of songs, p.) 4463 (5) 


Sleeping Beauty. (D.) 1746. 


Song of the sea. p.) 1949. 


Sleepy lagoon. (M. P.) 4596. 


Song of the Islands. (M. P.) 4600. 


Sleepy Pan. (D.) 671. 


Song out of sorrow, p.) 2445. 


Sleepy time down South. (M. P.) 4143. 


Songs that helped to win our wars, p.) 1412, 


Sleepytime gal. (M. P.) 2691. 


Songs that won our wars, p.) 1412. 


Sleigh-bell serenade. (M. P.) 553. 


Sons & sabotage, p.) 856. 


Slight case of madness. (D.) 5279. 


Sons of the Chetniks. p.) 4820. 


Slight case of trouble. (D.) 5809. 


Sons of the pioneers. (M. P.) 4601. 


Slip in time. (D.) 6030. 


Sons of the sea. (M, y.) 2141. 


Slip of the lip. (D.) 3306. 


Soon tomorrow, p.) 5282. 


Slow poison. (D.) 5349. 


Sorrel-Jack outlaw horse, p.) 4311. 


Smallpox. (D.) 4215. 


So's your Aunt Emma. (M. P.) 2697. 


Smart Alec. (D.) 4816. 


Soubrette & soprano, p.) 3346. 


Smart Alecks. (M. P.) 4144. 


Sound & fury, p.) 1838. 


Smart business. (D.) 289. 


Sound trails the spy. p.) 3373. 


SmUe of the Infant Jesus. (D.) 5280. 


Soundies song parade, no. 1. (M. P.) 4925. 


Smiles. (M. P.) 2138. 


South American sports. (M. P.) 5528. 


SmUin' through. (D.) 3848. 


South of Santa Fe. (M. P.) 1621. 


Smith of Minnesota. (M. P.) 5526. 


South wind. (M. m^.) 6320. 


Smith of Stratford. (D.) 4408. 


Southern hospitality. (D.) 2450. 


Smoke dream. (M. P.) 558. 


Southern rhapsody, p.) 206. 


Smoke painter. (M. P.) 4597. 


Southern tecnique[ I] (D.) 4412. 


Smoky Mountain road. (D.) 290. 


Souvenir, p.) 1950, 5814. 


Smuggler's boss. (D.) 2345. 


Sow song. (M. P.) 6321. 


Sniffer soldiers. (M. P.) 5527. 


Spanish fiesta. (M. P.) 3607. 


Snookums. p.) 5290. 


Spare time in the army. (M. P.) 1622. 


Snow queen, if).) 2441. ^ 


Sparks, p.) 3955. 


Snow trails. (M. P.) 2139. 


Speaking of animals at the county fair. (M. P.) 1075 


Snowbite. (fi.) 2442. 


Speaking of animals at the dog show. (M. P.) 4926. 


Snowslide for sabotage. (D.) 785. 


Speaking of animals in South America. (M. P.) 5529. 


So black the sheep. (D.) 3424. 


Speaking of animals in the circus. (M. P.) 3608. 


So find we profit. (IX) 5810. 


Speaky-spak-spoke. (M. P.) 1076. 


So I aint normal. (D.) 3953. 


Spectre bridegroom, p.) 2446. 


So long Johnny. (D.) 5281. 


Speech by Oliver Lyttleton. p.) 4385. 


So many of them, p.) 1409. 


Spellbounder. p.) 2447. 


So shadow softly. (D.) 291. 


Spider Island, p.) 5283. 


So soon forgot. (D.) 855. 


Spider returns. (M. P.) 555-569. 


So you think you know music. (M. P.) 1620. 


Spies, p.) 5349 (24) 


So you want to give up smoking. (M. P.) 5943. 


Spies at a siding, p.) 213. 


Soap opera. (D.) 4409. 


Spies meet the Seeing Eye. p.) 786. 


Soapy' Jones. (D.) 3239. 


Spirit is willing, p.) 1413. 


Soaring stars. (M. P.) 3605. 


Spirit of Annapolis. (M. P.) 5944. 


Sob stuff. (D.) 3954. 


Spirit of boogie woogie. (M. P.) 5530. 


Society column. (D.) 4817. 


Spirit of democracy. (M. P.) 5531. 


Society versus the church. (D.) 4410. 


Spirit of liberty, p.) 1951. 



227 



JUDEX. 



pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 



Spirit of 158. (D.) 3423. 


Step down. Sir Devil. (D.) 5821. 




Spirit of Stanford. (M. P.) 5532. 


Stephen Foster. (D.) 1422. 




Spirit of West Point. (M. P.) 6322, 


Steven sits down. (D.) 4822. 




Spirits of Hetuck. (D.) 1414. 


Stick to your guns. (M. P.) 571. 




SpoUers. (M. P.) 2142. 


Stolen nuggets. (D.) 4986. 




Spook lady. (D.) 4850 (24) 


Stolen plans. (M. P.) 555. 




Spooks & spasms. (D.) 1952. 


Stolen range finder. (M. P.) 940. 




Spooks, inc. (D.) 5284. 


Stolen signal. (M. P.) 2058. 




Spooks run wild. (M. P.) 2698. 


Stone wall 'gator, p.) 859. 




Sport. (D.) 4413, 5285. 


Stonehenge. (D.) 1965. 




Sports a la mode. (M. P.) 6323. 


Stop, look & listen. (D.) 6210 (46) 




Sports I. Q. (M. P.) 5533. 


Storey house. (D.) 4404. 




Sports in the Rockies. (M. P.) 2143. 


Stories of Jonathan Crunch. (D.) 3965. 




Spot in the sun. (D.) 5286. 


Stork club. (D.) 2455,2456. 




Spot of tea. (D.) 4414. 


Stork pays off. (M. P.) 572. 




Spotlight Sadie. (D.) 1953. 


Stork's mistake. (M. P.) 3611. 




Spring: A love call. (D.) 1954. 


Storm. (D.) 6266, 5632. 




Spring again. (D.) 6167. 


Storm signals. (D.) 299. 




Spring fever. (D.) 2448. 


Stormy weather. <M. P.) 2144, 




Spring production. (D.) 1955. 


Story behind a request, (D,) 5822. 




Spring, 1600. (D.) 3956. 


Story of Alice Ames, a nurses' aide, (D.) 836, 




Spring song. (D.) 3425. 


Story of an isolationist, (D,) 2457, 




Springboard for champions. (M. P.) 570. 


Story of Captain De Kay, (D.) 1936, 




Spurs that jingle. (D.) 4743. 


Story of Corporal Bell, p.) 6210(47) 




Spy aims at steel. (D.) 1334. 


Story of jazz, (D,) 6173, 




Spy in the net. (D.) 212. 


Story of Judith, (D.) 3432, 




Spy me this one. (D.) 5287. 


Story of Mary Marlin, (D.) 860-862, 2458-2462, 




Spy ship. (M. P.) 4602. 


3966, 




Spy smasher. (M. P.) 2699, 3609. 


Story of the forest, (M, P.) 573, 




Spy without being. (D.) 1956. 


Story of the jungle. (M, P,) 574. 




Squaring accounts. (D.) 3957. 


Story of the Vatican with His Holiness Pius XU. 


(M. 


Stage door. (D.) 292. 


P.) 2145, 




Stage door canteen. (D.) 1957, 3958. 


Stout hearted Freddie, (D.) 4823, 




Stagecoach express. (M. P.) 1623, 


Straight place show, p.) 1423. 




Stagecoach strife. (D.) 4317. 


Strained relations. (D.) 5823. 




Stagecoach to Blue River, (D.) 4316, 


Strana vendetta di una pazza. (D,) 4420, 




Staheli's brass band. (D.) 2235. 


Strange case of Doctor Rx, (M. P.) 1624. 




Stalingrad holds. (D.) 5573. 


Strange facts, (M, P.) 1077, 




Stalinhaven. (D.) 6168. 


Strange reunion, p.) 3967, 




Stampede. (D-) 2449. 


Strange wedding ring, p,) 5298. 




Stampede in the dark. (D.) 1832. 


Stranger than fiction, (M. P.) 2700-2702. 




Stand by aU networks. (M. P.) 5945. 


Strangers from heaven, p.) 1966. 




Stand-in for a saboteur. (D.) 5055. 


Strangler. (M. P.) 1078, 




Star & strip, (D.) 1958. 


Strawberry blonde, p,) 3859, 




Star bound. (D.) 3426, 5815. 


Stream below the ice, p,) 300, 




Star in ascent. (D.) 5637. 


Streamlined donkey. (M. P.) 2703. 




Star of France. (D.) 1959. 


Streamlined youth. (D.) 5299. 




Star of the Orient. (D.) 5800. 


Streetcar in the attic, p.) 5824. 




Star Spangled Banner Si the old-timer. (D.) 3959. 


Strictly in the groove. (M. P.) 3612. 




Star witness. (D.) 5816. 


Strike up the band, p.) 1967. 




Stardust on the sage. (M. P.) 3610. 


Strikebreakers & the golden wedding, p.) 2463 




Starlight. (D.) 1960. 


String of pearls. (M. P.) 2704, 




Stars are dinning. (D.) 3427. 


Strip polka. (M. P.) 6324. 




Stars catch a spy. (D.) 6049. 


Stronghold of the buccaneers, p.) 7. 




Stars grow bright. (D.) 4415. 


Struttin' to SuttQn place. (M. P.) 1079. 




Stars of valor. (D.) 5288. 


Study in socks. (M. P.) 2705. 




Stars on your doorstep. (D.) 342. 


Sub-deb Sue. p.) 4824. 




Stars over Hollywood. (D.) 293-298, 857, 858, 1415- 


Sub rosa. p.) 5825. 




1420, 1961-1964, 2450-2454, 3428-3431, 3960- 


Sub-sea level. (D.) 3433. 




3964, 4416, 4417, 4821, 5289-5297, 5817-5820, 


Submarine raider. (M. P.) 3613. 




6169-6172. 


Submarine signal. (M. P.) 5520. 




Stars over Spangleland. (D.) 4418. 


Suffer little cMldren. p.) 5826. 




State of embarrassment." (D.) 5071. 


Sugar bowl Humpty Dumpty. (M. P.) 1625. 




Station U. S. A. (D,) 1421, 


Sugar Hill masquerade. (M. P.) 6325. 




Stay on the beam. (D,) 4419, 


Suggestions for fighter pUots. (M. P.) 3614. 




Steam turbine. (M, P.) 5422, 


Suicide squad, p.) 1433. 




Steamboat for Natchez, (D.) 1212. 


Suicide squadron. (M. P.) 3615. 




Steamboat on the river. (D.) 2353. 


SuUivan's travels. (M. P.) 1080. 




S. S. Edinbnrgh Castle. (D.) 1357. 


Sultan's charm. (M. i*.) 575. 




Steel for victory. (M. P.) 4145. 


Summary of an American. (D.) 1968. 




Steel raUs & gold. (D.) 5170. 


Summary of 26 episodes, p.) 1258. 




Steel shortage— speech by Senator Truman. <D.) 


Summary of week's news, p.) 5240 




5240. 


Summer bachelors, p.) 6174. 





228 



INDEX 



DOS. 1-12, 1942 



Summer rash, p.) 1969. 

Sun will shine again. -(D.) 6175. 

Sunday punch. (M. P.) 2706. 

Sundown Jim. (M. P.) 2707. 

Sunrise. (D.) 5300. 

Sunrise City. (D.) 3434. 

Sunset on the desert. (M. P.) 2708. 

Sunset serenade. (M. P.) 4927. 

Sunshine returned; the birds trilled; the world was 

theirs. (D.) 2464. 
Super-duper. (D.) 59. 

Superman in Billion dollar limited. (M. P.) 1081. 
Superman in Electric earthquake. (M. P.) 3616. 
Superman in Showdown. (M. P.) 5946. 
Superman in Terror on the midway. (M. P.) 4928. 
Superman in The Arctic giant. (WL. P.) 1626. 
Superman in The bulleteers. (M. P.) 2146. 
Superman in The eleventh hour. (M. P.) 6326. 
Superman in The Japoteurs. (M. P.) 5534. 
Superman in The magnetic telescope. (M. P.) 2709. 
Superman in The mechanical monsters. (M. P.) 576. 
Superman in Volcano. (M. P.) 4146. 
Supper. (D.) 1970. 
Sure cure. (D.) 4421. 
Surinam trade. (D.j 5301, 6176. 
Surprise arrival. (D.) 5827. 
Surprise at simrise. p.) 3344. 
Surprise attacks in bits & skits. (D.) 4422. 
Surprised parties. (M. P.) 3617. 
Suspense, p.) 4825. 
Suspicion, p.) 3865. 
Suspicious telegrams. (M. P.) 568. 
Suzi. p.) 1485 (20) 
Svatba V Tihi Dolini. p,) 3435. 
Swamp woman. (M. P.) 577. 
Sweater girl. (M. P.) 4147. 
Sweaters & sundaes. (M. P.) 578. 
Sweet danger, p.) 1424. 
Sweet Eloise. p.) 3436. 
Sweet Hawaiian dreams. (M. P.) 579. 
Sweet onion time. (M. P.) 6327. 
Sweet river, p.) 2465-2469. 
Sweet sixteen, p.) 3290, 4677. 
Sweet spirits ol nighter. (M. P.) 1627. 
Sweetheart of Private Brown, p.) 3352. 
Sweetheart of the army, p.) 1196. 
Sweetheart of the fleet. (M. P.) 2710. 
Sweethearts' protective Insurance, p.) 5026. 
Swift are the shadows, p.) 1205. 
Swift kick, p.) 301. 
Swine at the cliff, p.) 4423. 
Swing frolic. (M. P.) 1628. 
Swing it, Mr. Schubert. (M. P.) 6328. 
Swing-shift marriage, p.) 3437. 
Swing, shift, swing. (M. P.) 5535. 
Swingin' on nothin^. (M. P.) 5536. 
Swlngin' soldier man. (M. P.) 4148. 
Swing's the thing. (M. P.) 5537. 
SybU. p.) 6210 (48) 
Symphony for the Reich, p.) 302. 
Symphony hour. (M. P.) 1629. 
Symphony in chaos, p.) 5837. 
Symphony on the G string, p.) 3968. 
Syncopation. (M. P.) 3618. 
Syndicated, p.) 1419. 
T-bone for two. (M. P.) 4603. 
Table reserved, p.) 1425. 
Tabloid, p.) 4416. 
Taboo, p.) 2470. 
Tag no. 1,184,463. p.) 3969. 
Tails you lose, p.) 3438. 
Tailspin Toby, p.) 2471. 
Take a letter. (D.) 5302. 



Take a letter, darling. (M. P.) 4149. 

Take four eggs, p.) 1971. 

Take it or leave it. (M. P.) 1082. 

Take me. (M. P.) 5538. 

Take my best, p.) 3970. 

Taking the step out of stepfather, p.) 6057. 

Tale of the moth & the flame, p.) 811. 

Tale of the North, p.) 4826. 

Tale of two cities, p.) 3849. 

Talent in her hands. (D.) 1381. 

Talent wanted, p.) 303. 

Tales from the Manhattan woods, p.) 1426. 

Tales of today, p.) 1972. 

Talk costs lives. (D.) 5303. 

Tall, dark & hungry, p.) 304. 

Talley method, p.) 2472. 

Taming of the shrew, p.) 4827. 

Tang of autumn, p.) 5819. 

Tangerine, p.) 1973. 

Tangerine. (M. P.) 2711. 

Tangled angler. (M. P.) 1083. 

Tango. (M. P.) 1084. 

Taras Bulba. p.) 6177. 

Tarnished angel, p.) 5828. 

Tavern in the town. (M. P.) 2147. 

Tea for nine, p.) 305. 

Tea for two. (D.) 5829. 

Tea on the terrace. (M. P.) 2148. 

Teacher, p.) 2473. 

Teacher I Teacher. (M. P.) 4150. 

Teachers, p.) 1935. 

Teamwork. (M. P.) 3619. 

Tee up. (M. P.) 1085. 

Teen magic, p.) 2474. 

Telegram, p.) 4424. 

Tell her the world has changed, p.) 3971. 

Tell-tale heart. (M. P.) 580. 

Temperamental actor, p.) 5830. 

Temperamental journey. (D.) 6210 (49, 50) 

Tempest, p.) 6178. 

Tempest rages, p.) 306. 

Tempted, tried & true. (D.) 5023. 

Ten in Texas, p.) 1178. 

Ten virgins, p.) 1974. 

Tenement symphony. (M. P.) 6329. 

Tennis rhythm. (M. P.) 5539. 

Tenting tonight on the old camp ground. (M. P.) 

5540. 
Termite's love song. (M. P.) 6330. 
Terrible Puss marines Si their dogs of war. p.) 

5831. 
Terry's two darlings, p.) 863. 
Test for traitors, p.) 1714. 
Test pilot, p.) 3868. 
Texaco star theatre, p.) 307-313, 864-866, 1427- 

1431, 1975-1977, 2475-2479, 3439-3442, 3972, 

3973, 5304-5306, 5832-5835, 6179-6182. 
Texas strip. (M. P.) 6331. 
Texas to Bataan. (M. P.) 5541. 
Texas trouble shooters. (M. P.) 4151. 
Thanks for the boogie ride. (M. P.) 1086. 
That dear dear man. p.) 2480. 
That did it Marie. (M. P.) 1630. 
That lonesome horn, p.) 4425. 
That night in Manhattan. (M. P.) 6332. 
That ol' ghost train. (M. P.) 4152. 
That old devU. p.) 5307. 
That Perkins famUv. p.) 4828. 
That rootin', tootin , shootin' man from Texas. (M. 

P.) 4604. 
That sole pass, p.) 1432. 
That Sunday school spirit, p.) 3974. 
That thing called savvy, p.) 5019. 



229 



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pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 



That's for me. (M. P.) 581. 

That's Washington; (D.) 5308. 

Theatre. (D.) 2481, 4426. 

Theatre, inc. (D.) 5836. 

Theatre of ideas. (D.) 6210 (51) 

Theatre time. (D.) 6183. 

Theirs be the music. (D.) 4829. 

Then & now. (M. P.) 3620. 

There ain't no such animal. (M. P.) 2712. 

There came a stranger. (D.) 6184. 

There goes the bride. (D.) 5297. 

There I go. (M. P.) 582. 

There is no death. (D.) 4830. 

There won't be a shortage of love. (M. P.) 4605. 

There'll always be an Ireland and the Blarney stone. 

(M. P.) 6333. 
There's a cowboy ridin' thru the sky. p.) 6002. 
There's a pampas moon on the campus. (M. P.) 

4606. 
There's more than on^ way. (D.) 6185. 
There's one born every minute. (M. P.) 1631. 
These are my people. (D.) 867. 
These shall not perish. (D.) 868. 
These women tell. (D.) 5309. 
They all kissed the bride. (M. P.) 3621. 
They burned the book* (D.) 2482, 3975. 
They died with their boots on. (M. P.) 583. 
They live forever. (D.) 5310. 
They might bite, p.) 4831. 
They raid by night. (M. P.) 3622. 
They shaU be free. (D.) 5651. 
They shaU inherit, p.) 3976. 
They walk in darkness, p.) 5837. 
Thief. (M. P.) 2173 (9) 
Thieves faU out. p.) 5729. 
Thieves in the night, p.) 5728. 
Thin & interesting, p.) 4427. 
Thing in the swamp, p.) 279. 
Thinking schoolroom, p.) 5311. 
Third man. p.) 6210 (52) 
Thirst & other one act plays, p.) 4009 (16) 
Thirst is better than water, p.) 2356. 
Thirteen by Corwin. p.) 869. 
Thirteen to die. p.) 1433. 
Thirteenth candle ceremonial, p.) 314. 
ThiJfty cents a mile, p.) 2238. 
Thirty mUes to Dublin, p.) 5838. 
T&irty minutes from the Chimes of Normandy, p.) 

870. 
Thirty minutes with Carmen, p.) 871. 
Thirty minutes with lolanthe. p.) 872. 
Thirty minutes with Maritana. p.) 873. 
Thirty minutes with Martha, p.) 874. 
Thirty minutes with the Bohemian girl, p.) 875. 
Thirty minutes with the Gondoliers, p.) 876. 
This above all. (M. P.) 6334. 
This army life, p.) 1434. 
This being young, p.) 5312. 
This changing world. (M. P.) 1087. 
This freedom, p.) 1435, 5313. 
This gun for hire. (M. P.) 4153. 
This is America. (D.) 2483. 
This is blitz. (M. P.) 4607. 
This is impossible. (D.) 2484. 
This is my victory, p.) 2485. 
This is no laughing matter. (M. P.) 1632. 
This is our America, p.) 1436. 
This is our heaven, p,) 3443. 
This is paradise, p.) 315. 
This is the army, p.) 5314. 
This is the past. (D.) 2486. 
This is the year, p.) 4428. 
This is war. p.) 6186. 



This is Youngstown. p.) 6187. 

This little hand, p.) 4429. 

This love of mine. (M. P.) 1088. 

This marriage business, p.) 5315. 

This our guilt, p.) 4832. 

This precious seed, p.) 1978. 

This side of Broadway. (D.) 2487. 

This side of Hades, p.) 3233. 

This sweet memory, p.) 5839. 

This Thine house, p.) 316. 

This time for keeps. (M. P.) 3623. 

This was Paris. (M. P.) 4154. 

This way out. (D.) 4009 (17) 

Thorndyke's double deal, p.) 2349. 

Those we love. (D.) 4430-4434. 

Thought, p.) 4681. 

Thousands of summers, p.) 1979. 

Three blonde mice. (M. P.) 1089. 

Three brothers, p.) 2488. 

Three cheers for Western, p.) 877. 

Three Christmas plays for juniors, p.) 5316. 

Three dead flies, p.) 3896. 

Three dots & a dash, p.) 3977. 

Three dwarves, p.) 5653. 

Three generations, p.) 1202. 

Three girls about town. (M. P.) 584. 

Three girls from the Antipodes, p.) 1437. 

Three Goldilocks & a bear, p.) 1438. 

Three graces. (D.) 3978. 

Three in a bed. p.) 3979. 

Three-in-one revue. (M. P.) 6335. 

Three little kittens, p.) 317. 

Three little shields, p.) 3980. 

Three little sisters. (M. P.) 4155. 

Three -night stand, p.) 4435. 

Three of a kind, p.) 5060. 

Three palms, p.) 318. 

Three smart saps. (M. P.) 4929. 

Three southwest plays, p.) 1439. 

Three strangers come to Sherwood, p.) 4436. 

Three telegraphers, p.) 2236. 

Three unholy, p.) 6188. 

Three vows of Wu Sin. p.) 1440. 

Three wise hombres. p.) 164. 

Three wise men. p.) 5840. 

Thrills of the deep. (M. P.) 1633. 

Through the Alpine woods, p,) 878. 

Through the courtesy of. p.) 4250. 

Through the pall, p.) 3444. 

Thumbs up. (D.) 319. 

Thunder Morgan's fall, p.) 5166. 

Thunder River feud. (M. P.) 1634. 

Thundering hoofs, p.) 6090. 

Thundering hoofs. (M. P.) 1090. 

Thursday at eleven, p.) 1441. 

Thus play I in one person many people, p.) 2489. 

Thy joy is grief, (p,) 4833. 

Tica ti tica ta. (M. P.) 2149. 

Tick-tock man. p.) 3981. 

Tick tock story time, p.) 320. 

Tide between, p.) 879. 

Tidings of Bethlehem, p.) 4834. 

Tiger squadron, p.) 2367. 

Tigerl Tigerl p.) 5841. 

Till death do us part, p.) 3430. 

Timber. (M, P.) 4156. 

Time of your life, p.) 880, 

Time out for love. (D.) 4437. 

Time, the place & the girl, p.) 5317. 

Time to fight, p.) 6189. 

Time to reap, p.) 6190. 

Time will tell, p.) 321. 

Timely tale, p.) 5318. 



230 



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nos. 1-12. 1942 



Time's a wastin . (D.) 322. 

Times Square lady. (£>.)' 1980. 

Timid soul. (D.) 323-325,881-887,1442-1444. 

Timing is everything. (M, P.) 2150, 

Tin god. p.) 5842. 

Tin Jesus, p.) 4438. 

Tina. CD.) 5866 (13) 

Tinker's. (D.) 1193. 

Tips for teachers. (M. P.) 585. 

Tireman, spare my tires. (M. P.) 4930. 

Tires mean trouble. (D.) 5098. 

'Tis pity she's a floosie. (D.) 5843. 

Tish. (M. P.) 4931. 

Title withheld. (D.) 3982. 

TitUe-tatUe. p.) 1445. 

To be or not to be. (M. P.J 2151. 

To everyone once. (D.) 1416. 

To Hank Foster. (D.) 5020. 

To have and to hold, po) 6138. 

To heir is human. (D.) 1446. 

To help your show. (D.) 326. 

To Jenny with love. (D.) 1447. 

To make a pioneer. (D.) 1209. 

To market - to market. (M. P.) 3624. 

To the best man. (D.) 4439. 

To the President. (D.) 5319. 

To the shores of Tripoli. (M. P.) 2713. 

To the stars. (D.) 2490. 

To the young a vision. (D.) 3445, 

To Thee we pray, p.) 3983. 

To Tommy with love, p.) 888. 

Toast & honey, p.) 1766. 

Tobruk time-table, p.) 1981, 

Toby Doodle Dandy, p,) 5320. 

Today I am a doctor, p.) 4676. 

Today I hang. (M. P.) 586. 

Toll of treachery. (M. P.) 4567. 

Tombstone. (M. t.) 4608. 

Tombstone, the town too tough to die. (M. P.) 

Tommy Riggs & BeUy Lou. p.) 1982. 

Tomorrow, p.) 5844. 

Tomorrow may never come, p.) 889. 

Tomorrow we live. (M. P.) 5947. 

Tomorrow's trail. (D.) 2352. 

Tomorrow's yesterday. (D.) 4440. 

Tommy, p.) 6210 (53) 

Tonight at 8:30. (M. P.) 3641. 

Tonight in dreamtime. (M. P.) 2152. 

Tonight's the night, p.) 1485 (21) 

Tonto Basin outlaws. (M. P.) 587. 

Too good to live, p.) 1448. 

Too many mothers, p.) 4835. 

Too many women. (M. P.) 1635. 

Toot that trumpet. (M. P.) 588. 

Tooth for Paul Revere, p.) 3446. 

Top sergeant, (M. P.) 3625. 

Top sergeant Mulligan. (M. P.) 1091. 

Topographer, p.) 3460. 

Topsy. p.) 3984. 

Toreador. (M. P.) 5542. 

Torment in greasepaint, p.) 2491, 3985. 

Torn between loves, p.) 5273. 

Torpedo boat. (M. P.) 1636. 

Torpedo for a target, p.) 1336. 

Torpedo on wheels, p.) 6052. 

Torrero & Tarantula, p.) 4751. 

Torrid toreador. (M. P.) 3626. 

TortUla Flat. (M. P.) 2714. 

Tortorella smarrita. p.) 1983. 

Torture fire test. (M. P.) 4861. 

ToteUnte. p.) 3891. 

Totem talks. (M. P.) 4122. 

Tough as they come. (M. P.) 1637. 



Toughies, p.) 4675. 

Toupe or not toupe. p.) 356. 

Tourists welcome, (D.) 4441. 

Town in HeU's Backyard. (M. Jf .) 2041. 

Town meeting, p.) 4442. 

Tradition for murder, p.) 4836. 

Traditional Christmas, p.) 6191. 

Tragedies of love in marriage, p.) 1984. 

Tragedy at midnight. (M. P.) 1638. 

Tragedy of King Richard the Second, p.) 890. 

Tragedy of Pompey the Great, p.) 920 (24) 

Trail of red mud. p.) 2346. 

TraU of terror. (M. P.) 4564. 

Trail of twenty years, p.) 3234. 

TraU riders. (M. P.) 5948. 

Trailing arbutus, p.) 327. 

Trailing clouds of glory, p.) 6192. 

Trail's end, p.) 1295. 

Training, p.) 1919. 

Training for careers, p.) 3447. 

Training for jobs, p.) 271. 

Traitor, p.) 6033. 

Traitor. (M. P.) 2735(14) 

Tramp, tj-amp, tramp. (M. P.) 1639. 

Transatlantic family, p.) 6034. 

Transients, p.) 1985, 2492. 

Transport by air. p.) 4801. 

Transportation, p.) 4378. 

Trapped, p.) 3986, 

Trapped in a blazing 'chute, (M, P.) 3537. 

Trapper call, p.) 4443. 

Traviata. p.) 1152, 5845. 

Treachery at sea. (M. P.) 4857. 

Treasure Island. (D.) 5866 (14) 

Treat 'em rough. (M. P.) 589, 

Tree on the plains. (D.) 1986. 

Trees are planted, p.) 5846, 

Trees for tomorrow. (^. P.) 5543. 

Trial, p.) 2493. 

Trial by fire, p.) 3776. 

Trial of Ain't, p.) 1449. 

Tribute to mothers of men In the service^ p.) 6193. 

Trifle late spoils a date, p.) 3448. 

Trip to the moon. p„) 5321. 

Triumph, p.) 1450. 

Triumph without drums. (M, P.) 590. 

Triumphant entry, p.) 1135. 

Triumphant failure, p.) 328. 

Trois justiciers. p.) 2494. 

Tropic star, p.) 1987. 

Trouble at the beach. (M. P.) 5544. 

Trouble at the Canyon, p.) 3342. 

Trouble for troubleshooters. p.) 211. 

Trouble in Bella Vista, p.) 1988. 

Trouble solvers, p.) 891. 

Trouble spot of the East. (M. P.) 4609. 

Troupers, p.) 892. 

Truckee, Calif., stages the first sweep stake dog 
race outside of Alaska. (M. P.) 6355 (3) 

True account of a love encoimter behind the notion 
counter, p.) 329. 

True love never, p.) 3987. 

True to the army. (M. P.) 2715. 

Trumpet serenade. (M. P.) 3627. 

Truth about Ann. p.) 4444. 

Tufted titmouse, black-capped chickadee & the nut- 
hatch. (NL P,) 1092. 

Tulips shall grow. (M, P,) 4157. 

Tumbleweed trail, (M. P.) 3628. 

Tune time. (M, P.) 1640. 

Tunnel of terror. (M. P.) 2615. 

Turban fits the traitor, p.) 3303. 

Turkey in the straw. (M. P.) 5949. 



231 



INDEX 



pt. 1, n. s., V. 15 



Turn about is fair play. (D.) 4318. 

Turn to the right. (D.) 652. 

Turnabout. (D.) 35, 1843, 5171. 

Turning a taper with the tail stock set over. (M.P.) 

5416. 
Tuttles of Tahiti. (M. P.) 2716. 
Tuxedo Junction. (M. P.) 591. 
Twelfth night revels. (D.) 330. 
Twelve boys from Drenko. (D.) 3988. 
Twelve chairs. (D.) 3712. 
Twelve midnight, p.) 3989. 
Twelve soliloquize. (D.) 3449, 5847. 
12 years afterward. (D.) 3990. 
25 non-royalty one-act plays for all-girl casts. (D.) 

5322. 
Twenty -five non- royalty plays for children, p.) 

5323. 
$21.00 a day once a month. (M. P.) 1641. 
Twice born, p.) 331. 
Twilight of the mind; p.) 3991. 
Twin beds, p.) 4009 (18) 
Twin beds. (M. P.) 2153. 
Twinkletoes in hat stuff. (M. P.) 592. 
Twins, p.) 6210(54) 
Twins turnabout, p.) 4321. 
Two. p.) 332. 

Two for the money. (M. P.) 5545. 
Two-bits, p.) 665. 
Two cowards, p.) 6210 (55) 
Two-faced woman. (M. P.) 593. 
Two guitars in jive. (M. P.) 5546. 
Two gun Nan. p.) 1737. 
Two hearts they couldn't change, p.) 5628. 
Two in a cloud, p.) 3992. 
Two Latins from Manhattan. (M. P.) 1642. 
Two lives meet, p.) 1989. 
Two Mrs. Car rolls, p.) 1990. 
Two orphans. (M. P.) 5961 (8) 
Two pair of shoes. (M. P.) 2154. 
Two sides to the story, p.) 1991. 
Two sisters, p.) 1156. 
Two sons have I. p.) 5848. 
Two tickets to Niagara, p.) 1192. 
Two virtues, p.) 365 (47) 
Two yanks in Trinidad. (M. P.) 1643. 
Two's a crowd, p.) 3993. 

Tycoon in the woodpile, p.) 1191. ' 

Ucitel Zadruba. p.) 642. 
tJber alles siegt die liebe. p.) 893. 
Ugly Duckling. (D.) 333. 
Ultimate incentive, p.) 334. 
Ultimo rey. p.) 5324. 
Unborn, p.) 5349 (21), 2527 (32) 
Uncertain age. (D.) 2495. 
Uncle BiUy cools his heels, p.) 4670. 
Uncle Ezra's wiU. p.) 4445. 
Uncle Harry, p.) 6194, 
Uncle Oscar's teeth, p.) 4698. 
Uncle Sam presents his family, p.) 5325. 
Uncle Sam's Christmas, p.) 5326. 
Uncle Sam's good neighbors, p.) 3994. 
Uncle Tom's cabin, p.) 3984, 
Unconscious burglary. (D.) 365 (48) 
Unconsciously yours. (D,) 894. 
Uncrowned king, p.) 2398. 
Undeclared war. (M. P.) 3538. 
Under cover, p.) 365 (49) 
Under crumbling walls. (M. P.) 1530. 
Under dog. p.) 365 (50) 
Under fire, p.) 3471 (15) 
Under the Christmas tree, p.) 5849. 
Under the shedding chestnut tree. (M. P.) 1093. 
Under the spreading blacksmith shop. (M. P.) 594. 



Underground agent. (M. P.) 6336. 

Underground rustlers. (M- P-) 595. 

Undertow, p.) 2020 (15), 3995. 

Underwater gold. (M. P.) 4127. 

Unexpected, p.) 4009 (19) 

Unexpected Mr. X. p.) 6169. 

Unexpected riches. (M. P.) 6337. 

Uniform affair. (D.) 2496. 

Universal newsreel, (M. P.) 6338-6347. 

Uninvited jester. (D.) 5850. 

U. S. O. p.) 4382. 

United States army air force band. (M. P,) 5547, 

U, S. women at war. (D.) 2369. 

United we stand, p.) 4837. 

Universal newsreel. (M. P.) 596-603, 1094-1097, 

1644-1657, 2155-2162, 2717-2722, 3629-3638, 

4158-4169, 4610-4619, 4932-4937, 5548-5553, 

5950-5957. 
Unseen enemy. (M. P.) 1658. 
Unseen hand, p.) 3996. 
Unto the least of these, p.) 5327, 
Untrained nurse, p.) 6210 (56) 
Unusual occupations. (M. P.) 1659, 4170, 4620, 

4621, 5554, 6348. 
Unwelcome guest, p.) 4838, 6210 (57) 
Unwelcome throne. (M. P.) 617 (1) 
Up an' at 'em. p.) 1451, 2497. 
Up Lincoln's hUl. p.) 1452. 
Up to date. (D.) 2020 (16) 
Up to twenty-three, p.) 3450. 
Upside down, p.) 2498. 
Upstroke, p.) 365 (51) 
Upward h onward. (D.) 3997. 
Useful knots. (M. P.) 1098, 

V as in victory, p.) 895, 

V for Vickie, p.) 2499. 

V for victory, p.) 5>328. 
V. song, p.) 1992, 

V stands for victory, p.) 1993. 
Valentine, p.) 1994. 

Valley Forge, p.) 1154. 

Valley of Hunted Men. (M. P.) 6349. 

Valley of the Moon. (M. P.) 1106 (3) 

Valley of the Sun. (M. P.) 1099. 

Vallia. (D.) 1995. 

Vanishing private. (M. P.) 5555. 

Vanishing Virginian. (M. P.) 3639 

Van Zorn. p.) 3471 (16) 

Vapors of evU, (M. P.) 456. 

Vaqueros occidentales, (D.) 1996. 

Vegetative plant propagation. (M. P.) 604, 605. 

VeUchenredoute. p.) 896. 

Vendetta, (M, P.) 4938. 

Vermont marble. (D.) 1453. 

Vertical butt weld procedure. (M. P.) 2727. 

Vertical position. (M. P.) 5395. 

Very light brigade, p.) 897. 

Very nice dinner, p.) 3998, 

Very romantic ghost, p.) 5817. 

Via pony express, p.) 753. 

Vial endii^. (D,) 3999. 

Vic & Sade. p.) 335, 898, 1454, 1997, 2500, 3451, 

4000, 4446, 5329, 5330, 5851, 6195, 
Vicious circles, p.) 1998. 
Victors, p.) 3452. 
Victory belles. (D.) 4447. 
Victory book, p.) 1999. 
Victory for freedom, p.) 336. 
Victory for McGillicuddy. p.) 2000, 
Victory in the air, (M- P.) '2723. 
Victory is our business. (M. P.) 4171. 
Victory kiss, p.) 4448. 
Victory night club, p.) 3330. 



232 



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nos. 1-12, 1942 



Victory programme, p.) 6196. 

Victory quiz. (M. P.) 4172. 

Victory theatre. (D.) 2501, 

Victory vittles. (M. P.) 5556. 

Victory without peace. (D.) 337. 

Victory's in the bag. p.) 1455. 

Viemiese charmer. (M. P.) 415. 

Viking love. (D.) 4839. 

VUla Celestina. (D.) 3453. 

Village. (D.) 6210 (58) 

Village smithy. (M. P.) 606. 

Violins of his dream, (p.) 4449. 

Virgen roja. p.) 5852. 

Virginia, Georgia & Caroline. (M. P.) 1660. 

Virginian. (M. P.) 2735 (15) 

Vision, p.) 2502. 

Visit from Aunt Harriet, p.) 1456. 

Visitor, p.) 2503. 

Vitamin complex, p.) 5068. 

Vitamin D. (M. P.) 607. 

Vitamin Ginny. p.) 1457. 

Vitamin U for me. (M. P.) 1100. 

Viva la parrita. p.) 4001. 

Vive la France, p.) 3454. 

Viy. p.) 2001. 

Voice from the Isle of Dove, p.) 2504. 

Voice in the wUderness. p.) 899. 

Voices of victory, p.) 6197, 6198. 

Votes won & votes lost, p.) 4320. 

Voxpopuli. (D.) 1458. 

Vronsky & Babin. (M. P.) 2724, 2725. 

Vulture's nest, p.) 1301. 

Waacky. p.) 4450. 

Wabbit twouble. (M. P.) 608. 

Wacky blackout. (M. P.) 4173. 

Wacky widow, p.) 3455. 

Wacky wigwams, (M. P.) 1661. 

Wade and Alma. (D.) 6199. 

Wager, p.) 920(25) 

Wailing corpse. (D.) 5799. 

Waiting for ships. (D.) 2002, 

Wake, p.) 205. 

Wake Island. (M. P.) 5557. 

Wakefield fire, p.) 5245. 

Walk to the iron foundry, p.) 5663. 

Walking gentleman, p.) 338. 

Walls have ears. p=) 900. 

WaUs keep talking. (M. P.) 2726. 

Walls of Jericho. (M, P.) 2173(10) 

Walrus & the carpenter. (D.) 2505. 

Waltz. (M. P.) 1101. 

Wanted: Adventure for two. p.) 1964. 

Wanted: Inventions. (D.) 2506. 

Wanted: Understanding, (D.) 5853, 

Wanted at headquarters. (M. P,) 1535. 

War against Main street, p.) 2457. 

War against Mrs. Hadley. (M. P.) 4622. 

War & peace, p.) 2507, 4789. 

War bonds, p.) 4388. 

War bonds & stamps, p.) 3456, 

War catches up with the Joneses, p.) 2003, 

War clouds in the Pacific. (M, P.) 4939. 

War correspondent, p.) 2004, 3457. 

War dogs. (M. P.) 5558. 

War production, p.) 5243. 

War sweeps the range, p.) 1837. 

War-=what shaU we teU the chUdren, p.) 5854. 

Ward 13. (D,) 901, 

Warn that man, p.) 2005. 

Warning, p.) 365 (52) 

Wartime transportation, p.) 4387. 

Washington underground, p.i 3302, 

Washington women, p,) 902: 



Watch the birdie. (M. P.) 5559, 

Watch your step, p.) 365 (53) 

Watch yourself go by. p.) 903. 

Watcher, p.) 5866 (15) 

Water -bugs. (M. P.) 2531, 

Water god's revenge, (M. P.) 4124. 

Water trap. (M. P.) 1531. 

Watery grave. (M. P.) 4854. 

Wave-a-stick blues, (M. P.) 4174. 

Waxworks, p.) 339, 

Way. p.) 1459, 5855. 

Way of the cross, p.) 340. 

Way of the transgressor, p.) 3835. 

Way of thoroughbreds, p,) 5295, 

Way out west in trouble. (D.) 1418. 

Way to go home, p.) 1460. 

Waymond the wonesome winocewus. p.) 5293. 

We call it freedom, (D.) 904. 

We did it before & we'll do it again, (M. P.) 2163. 

We do it because. (M. P.) 3640. 

We have seen His star, p.) 4451. 

We hold these truths, p.) 2508, 6019. 

We live again, p.) 4452. 

We must have music. (M. P.) 609. 

We plow the sea. p.) 3458. 

We refuse to die. (M. P.) 5560. 

We that are strong. (D.) 1461, 

We to the gods, (D.) 6200. 

We were dancing. (M. P.) 3641. 

We work for victory and we plan for peace. (M. P.) 

5561. 
Weather or no. p.) 2006. 
Weatherbys, p.) 2007, 
Websters big fire, p.) 1841. 
Wedded blitz. (M, P.) 4175. 
Wedding bond, p.) 5331. 
Wedding march. (D.) 1963, 
Wedding worries, (M. P.) 3642, 
Wedding yells, (M. P.) 2164. 
Wee bit of Scotch. (M. P.) 610. 
Week-end. p.) 5332. 
Week end at Leighton Buzzard, p.) 3459. 
Week from Wednesday, p.) 341. 
Week's news by Warner. (D.) 4386, 
Weep no more my lady, p,) 1422, 
Weird waters. (M. P.) 4483. 
Welcome footsteps, (D.) 2509, 
Welcome little stranger, (M, P.) 3643. 
Welding technique series, (M, P.) 2727, 
Well all right, (M. P,) 5562. 
We'll make a go of it. p.) 342, 
We'll slap the Japs, right into the laps of the Nazis. 

(M, P.) 611. 
Wellington & the wife of Wellington, p.) 5856. 
We're all Americans, p.) 343. 
We're in it. p.) 3460. 

We're in the army minstrel first-part. (D.) 6201. 
We're the couple in the castle, (M. P.) 1102, 
Werner's gardens, p.) 3461. 
Werps. p.) 3462. 
West moves east. (D.) 4840. 
West of Dodge, p.) 2348. 
West of the law. (M. P.) 5563. 
West of Tombstone. (M. P.) 3644. 
West Point on the Hudson, (M. P.) 2728. 
Western mail, (M. P.) 2729. 
Western union, please, p.) 1462, 
Western whoopee. (M. P.) 4623. 
Westward ho. (M. P.) 3645. 
Westward wind, p.) 2008. 
Wewahste. (D.) 2510. 
Whaki khaki, p.) 2009. 
What a boy. p.) 4841. 



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What a Christmas. (D.) 3463. 

What a n^ht. (D.) 5857. 

What about daddy. (M. P.) 3646. 

What are little girls made of? - 1942. p.) 2511. 

What does the public want? (D.) 920 (26) 

What d'ya hear from your heart. (M. P.) 612. 

What every man should know. (D.) 3464. 

What every wcman wants. (D.) 365 (54) 

What is America. (D.) 5333. 

What makes Lizzy dizzy. (M. P.) 2165. 

What manner of man. p.) 1177. 

What might have been. (D.) 365 (55) 

What price celebrity. (D.) 2010. 

What the devU. (D.) 5334. 

What the Red Lilly means to you. (M. P.) 2166. 

What to do. (M. P.) 2730. 

What to do about it. * ^.) 905, 906. 

What would you, ladies. (D.) 907. 

What'U I do, mom. (D.) 5335. 

What's cookin'. (D.) 908. 

What's cookin'. (M. P.) 1662. 

What's his name. (M. P.) 4182 (9) 

What*s in a kiss, p.) 909. 

What's the matador. (M. P.) 1663. 

What's your boy doing tonight. (D.) 1463. 

What's your problem. (D.) 5336. 

Wheat situation. (D.) 4801. 

Wheels & tires. (M. P.) 4940. 

When Abe Lincoln kept store. (D.) 4842. 

When are we going to land abroad. (M. P.) 3647. 

When East meets West. (D.) 5866 (16) 

When Iri&h eyes are smilin'. (M. P.) 1664. 

When Johnny comes marching home. (M. P.) 6350. 

When left is right. (D.) 2512. 

When my sugar walks down the street. (M. P.) 3648. 

When presses roar. (D.) 344-351, 910, 1464-1472, 

2513-2519. 
When shadows falL (D.) 6210(59) 
When Shakespeare's ladies meet. (D.) 4453. 
When strangers meet. (D.) 1415. 
When summer comes. (D.) 2011. 
When the roses bloom again. (M. P.) 4176. 
When the time comes. (D.) 1473. 
When were you born. (D.) 4454. 
When you come back. (D.) 83. 
Where am I going? Why. (D.) 5858. 
Where do we go from here. (D.) 2520. 
Where East meets West. (D.) 8. 
Where has my little d(^ gone. (M. P.) 2167. 
Where lies my kingdom, (p.) 5859. 
Where the heart is. (D.) 2012. 
Where the mountains meet the sky. (M. P.) 6351. 
Where the trail divides. (M. P.) 2735 (16) 
Where there's a will. (D.) 911. 
Where there's life. (D.) 4002. 
Whereto. (D.) 912. 
Where traUs end. (M. P.) 3649. 
Whether we be young. (D.) 2013. 
Which is my bride. (D.) 4843. 
Whiff of heliotrope. (M. P.) 2051. 
While Penelope spins. (D.) 352. 
While the city sleeps. (D,) 365 (56) 
Whispering ghosts. (M. P.) 3650. 
Whispering woman. (D.) 5059. 
Whistler's mother, (p.) 353. 
Whistler's mother-in-law. (M. P.) 2168. 
Whistling in Dixie. (M. P.) 5564. 
White cargo. (M. P.) 5958. 
White cliffs of Dover, p.) 354. 
White cliffs of Dover. (M..P.) 1665. 
White House press conference. (D.) 4384. 
White lady. (M. P.) 4520. 
White side of a black subject. (D.) 1474. 



White slave, & other plays. (D.) 913. 

Whither leads the heart. (D.) 1475. 

Who cahs. (M. P.) 2169. 

Who done it. (M. P.) 6352. 

Who is Hope Schuyler. (M. P.) 2731. 

Who kiUed Aunt Caroline. (D.) 5337. 

Who knows. (Do) 2521. 

Who murdered Mother English. (D.) 355. 

Who picked Mrs. Flower. (D.) 1476. 

Who stole Homer's wig. (D.) 356. 

Who was Silvia. (D.) 4455. 

Who's a dummy. (M. P.) 613. 

Who's crazy. (D.) 4844. 

Who's who in the zoo. (M. P.) 2170. 

Who's zoo in Hollywood. (M. P.) 1103. 

Why are the bx^les blowing. (D.) 1477. 

Why kick. (M. P.) 2732. 

Why ours must be victory. (D.) 5860. 

Wicked sister. (D.) 914. 

Widow of Heardingas. (D.) 357. 

Wife takes a child. (D.) 4003. 

Wife takes a flyer. (M. P.) 2733. 

Wild & woozy west. (M. P.) 2171. 

Wild beast of Park ave. (D.) 1326. 

Wild Bill Hickok rides. (M. P.) 1666. 

Wild honey. (M. P.) 6353. 

Wildcat. (M. P.) 5959. 

Wildcat Willie buys a bond. (D.) 4456. 

Wilderness of mirrors. (D.) 2522. 

WUL (D.) 1709. 

Will of rights. (D.) 3465. 

Will the circle be unbroken. (D.) 4004. 

Will you be in business a yr. from now. p.) 915. 

Willie, the window washer. (M. P.) 4177. 

Wilson's account of fall of Hong Kong. (D.) 5243. 

Wind blown Tetter, p.) 6202. 

Wind from the east. (D.) 5861. 

Wind is rising. (D.) 6203. 

Window against the sky. (D.) 5862. 

Winds of freedom. (D.) 5338. - 

Windy Wold. (D.) 4457. 

Wing is on the bird. (D.) 3466. 

Wings aflame. (M. P.) 2612. 

Wings & the woman. (M. P.) 5565. 

Wii^s for freedom. (M. P.) 3651. 

Wings of defense. (M. P.) 2734. 

Winner. (D.) 4845. 

Winning an heiress. (D.) 6210 (60) 

Winter soldiers. (D.) . 4005. 

Wintry bov^h. (D.) 358. 

Wireless warning. (M. P.) 5518. 

Wise guys know ways. (D.) 4006. 

With children leadii^. (D.) 916. 

With faith in resurrection. (D.) 1478. 

With love, from Florence, p.) 1479. 

With love, yours truly. (D.) 4458. 

With malice toward none. (D.) 748. 

With pen & sword. (D.) 1480. v 

Witness. (M. P.) 1667. 

Wives without husbands. (D.) 4711. 

Wizard of '88. (D.) 3467. 

WolfcalL (D.) 5989. 

Wolf chases pigs. (M. Jf .) 4178. 

Wolf in sheep's clothing. (D.) 5648. 

Wolf man. (M. P.) 614. 

Wolf pack, (D.) 6058. 

Woman. (D.) 6210 (61) 

Woman in the case. (D.) 5866 (17) 

Woman in the house. (M. P.) 2735. 

Woman in white. (D.) 359, 917, 1481, 2014, 2523, 

3468, 4459, 4007, 5339, 5340. 
Woman of Capernaum. (D.) 918. 
Woman of the yr. (M. P.) 1104. 



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Woman power, (p.) 1920. 

Woman's business. (D.) 360. 

Woman's convention, Punkville, U. S. A. (D.) 

2020 (17) 
Woman's page (Uncensored) (D.j 2015. 
Woman's resurrection. (M. P.) 4182 (10) 
Woman's way, (D.) 2524. 
Woman's wit. (D.) 5349 (25) 
Women are women. (D.) 4856. 
Women at the plough. (M. P.) 4624. 
Women complicate a war. (D.) 4725. 
Women, on the march. (D.) 4847. 
Women who wait. (D.) 2016. 
Women's town. (D.) 2017. 
Women's war -conservation short. (D.) 5341. 
WomensvUle. (D.) 2017. 
Wonder brain. (D.) 2525. 
Wonderful adventure. (M. P.) 5961 (9) 
Wonderful age. (D.) 2018. 
Wonderful woman. (D.) 5342. 
Wonders of the world. (D.) 4460. 
Wooden shoes. (D.) 1885. 
Woodman spare that tree. (M. P.) 6354. 
Wookey. (D.) 3469. 
Word leads to sabotage. (D.) 784. 
Worker after the defense prc^ram. (D.) 845. 
Working wives. (D.) 2019. 
Works of J. M. Barrie. (D.) 361, 362. 
World awakens. (D.) 4848. 
World news. (D.) 5244. 
World still laughs. (D.) 5863. 
World war U. (D.) 4461. 
World's fair, p.) 3470. 
Wormwood. (M. P.) 4182 (11) 
Would'st could I but kiss thy hand, oh babe. (M. 

P.) 1105. 
Wrath of God. (D.) 3988. 
Wrestling octopus. (M. P.) 4179. 
Wrestling with the angel. (D.) 4462. 
Writer's radio theatre, 1941. (D.) 6204. 
Wrong redskin. (D.) 3334. 
Wrong side of the ledger. (D.) 97. 
Wrong woman. (D.) 4850 (25) 
X marks the spot. (M. P.) 6355. 
X-ray belt. (M. P.) 564. 
X-ray eye. (M. P.) 560. 
Ya darn tootin' Gabriel. (M. P.) 1668. 
Ya sure - ya betcha. (M. P.) 4625. 
Yank at Eton. (M. P.) 4626. 
Yank in Libya. (M. P.) 4627. 
Yank on the Burma road. (M. P.) 4180. 
Yankee Doodle minstrels, p.) 6205,6206. 
Yankee Doodle swing shift. (M. P.) 4628. 
Yankee Doodler. (M. P.) 5566. 
Yankee king. (D.) 919. 
Yankee trash. (D.) 920. 
Years of discretion. (D.) 1485 (22), 6210 (62, 63) 



Yellow orchid. (D.) 5343. 

Yellow, red or green, (D.) 2526. 

YeUow water. (D.) 6210 (64) 

Yes, yes, yes. (D.) 1482. 

Yesterday, today and tomorrow. (D.) 6207. 

Yesterday s cakes. (D.) 4008. 

Yesterday's tomorrow. (D.) 4849. 

Yiden, lozt mich ich ken beser. (D.) 6025. 

Yielded hostage. (M. P.) 982. 

Yokel boy, (M. P,) 3652. 

Yoo-hoo, General. (M. P.) 1669. 

You belong to me. (D.) 3871. 

You belong to me. (M. P.) 615. 

You can bet your boots & saddle. (M. P.) 4181. 

You can't escape forever. (M. P.) 5567. 

You can't fool Grandma. (D.) 1483. 

You can't go naked. (D.) 1484. 

You made me love you. (M. P.) 1106. 

You must help yourself. (D.) 363. 

You must say please. (D.) 4463. 

You name it. (D.) 5687. 

You touched me. (D.) 5344. 

You were never lovelier. (M. P.) 5568. 

You'll have to swing it. (M. P.) 5960. 

You'll never be the same. (D.) 2527, 5345. 

Young America. (M. P.) 1670, 

Yoimg Benjamin Franklin, p.) 6208. 

Yovmg Franklin takes over, p.) 5864. 

Young George Washington. (D.) 5346. 

Young man of Ark. p.) 2020. 

Young man's mother, p.) 6209. 

Young men in goose-step, p.) 3285. 

Youi^ patriots^ book. (D.) 3471. 

Your friend the devU. p.) 364. 

Your land & mine, p.) 4009. 

Your little mind, p.) 365. 

you're a sap, Mr. Jap. (M. P.) 4629. 

You're a shot in the arm. (M. P.) 4182. 

You're daiigerous. (M. P.i 616. 

You re in the army now. (M. P.) 617. 

You're on the air. p.) 5865. 

You're on your own. (M. P.) 5961. 

fou're telling me. (M. P.) 1671. 

yours for the asking, p.) 4850. 

youth on parade. (M. P.) 5569. 

Youth on the home front. (D.) 5347. 

Yukon patrol. (M. P.) 3653. 

Zarah Kreeshna. (D.) 1485. 

Zep-plane. p.) 5866. 

Zero hour. (D.) 1884. 

Ziegfeld follies of 1914, (D.) 920 (27) 

Zip zip hurray, p.) 6210. 

Zis boom bah. (M.P.) 2172. 

Zolataroff (Introduction) p.) 5348. 

Zolataroff stories p.) 5348, 5349. 

Zone police, p.) 2527 (33) 

Zoot zuit, (M. P.) 2173. 

Zopf und schwert. p.) 893. 



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